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Group BE: Built environment

 

Built Environment group will take a new perspective on sustainable built environment and strategical approaches responding to climate change. Papers deal with the theoretical and/or practical aspects of the built environment. Two structured sessions are organised at EKC 2016. First session will deal with built environment that is integrated with diverse fields such as design, construction, and engineering. Second session is organised by the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) and recent works on sustainable urban development and eco-city design will be presented.

 

Following sessions are focused in Built Environment at EKC 2016:

1) Sustainable built environment and urban design

2) National land use plans & Eco-city

3) Poster presentation

 

 

 

Session BE 1: Sustainable built environment and urban design (Room: Estrel C5) 14:00 - 15:40, 29 July

 

Convener/Chair: Dr. Pyoung Jik Lee (University of Liverpool, UK; p.j.lee@liverpool.ac.uk)

 

Session description: Built environment has substantial impacts on our lives. It contributes to air pollution, water pollution, and energy consumption and impacts on human health and climate change. In response, there are numerous local, national, and international entities adopting green and sustainable criteria for new construction and renovations. The primary objective of this session is to introduce the research and innovations aiming at creating a sustainable built environment that reduces resources consumption and creates better environment for well-being. This session deals with sustainable approaches for built environment by considering technical, behavioural and social issues and by examining how building and urban designs affect human performance and well-being. Therefore, the session will cover the various dimensions of the sustainable built environment such as indoor environment, energy, water, materials, urban design, and management and operations. Potential speakers of the session include researchers, students, architects, urban designers, and industry professionals.

 

14:00 - 14:20 “Camps and Cities in the Eastern Provinces of Rome: A Topographic Survey of Urbanisation”, Dr. Kee-Hyun Ban (King's College London, United Kingdom)

 

14:20 - 14:40 “Beyond Border - Transition Polder as Climate Responsive Design”, Mr. Joonwoo Kim (University of Leuven, Belgium)
 

14:40 - 15:00 “New Educational Space in connection with Augmented Reailty”, Ms. Jinhee Koh (University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria)
 

15:00 - 15:20  “Impacts of acoustics on psychological well-being in built environments”, Dr. Pyoung Jik Lee (University of Liverpool)
 

15:20 - 15:40 “EU MODER: Zero energy refurbishment at district level ”, Mr. Jyri Nieminen (Sweco Finland Ltd.)
 

 

 

Session BE 2: National land use plans & Eco-city (Room: Estrel C5) 16:00 - 17:40, 29 July

 

Convener/Chair:Dr. Jung Woo Lee (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology, Korea; jungwoo33@kict.re.kr)

Co-convener: Dipl.-Ing . Kiduk Moon (Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus, Germany; m.kiduk@gmail.com)

 

 

Session description: Most countries have their own short-term and long-term national land use plans, which have specific goals such as ‘economic growth,’ ‘population control,’ ‘decentralization of industry,’ ‘secure water resources,’ and ‘responding to climate change,’ formulating and promoting to solve various problems reflecting the needs of each political era. One of the main issues and trends when developing a new city and rebuilding an old city is how the city would be safe from the climate change, and how the city would have more green spaces for better human life; a such city is called an ‘eco-city.’ Therefore, this session will cover history and projects of national land use plans, and current status of eco-city development in Korea and Europe. Experts in this group will discuss and exchange their knowledge and experiences on sustainable urban development and eco-city design.

 

 

16:00 - 16:20 "Sustainable Infrastructure in Shrinking Cities", Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Koziol (Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus–Senftenberg, Germany)_invited speaker

 

16:20 - 16:35 “Research Collaboration of KICT with European Organizations”, Dr. Hyeong-Yeol Kim (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
 

16:35 - 16:50 “River restoration and numerical model development in Korea”, Dr. Jungwoo Lee (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
 

16:50 - 17:05 “Development of Technology and Policy to Improve Resilience of Urban Space and Buildings”, Dr. Seunghyun Jung (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
 

17:05 - 17:20 “Interaction between Vegetation Patchiness and River Hydraulics: Stream-scale Experiments on Vegetated Flows”, Dr. Un Ji (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
 

17:20 - 17:35 “Strategy for green retrofit of old city based on market demands”, Dr. Keonho Lee (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
 

 

Session BE: Poster presentation (Room: Convention Hall/Foyer)  12:40 - 14:00, 28 July

Chair : Dr. Dowon Kim (TransScientia, United Kingdom)

 

BE-01 "Passengers' Perspectives on Advance Bus Systems in Sweden"
Jaesung Jung (NRF Stockholm office, Sweden)
 
BE-02 "The Development and Classification of Ho Chi Minh City’s Urban Structure Types"
Kiduk Moon (Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus, Germany)