05 December / 07 December 2015 – Cairo
Introduction: Improving Sustainability Concept in Developing Countries, organized by IEREK, is considered to be the first step in spreading science and knowledge through this organization.
The main goal of this conference is to enhance and spread the role of sustainable architecture in improving the quality of the built environment in developing countries by saving energy, using renewable energy, and using efficient sustainable building materials and other aspects that achieve the environmental efficiency.
In addition, the conference emphasizes also using energy performance simulation in the design process of sustainable architecture. Using simulation tools facilitates achieving accurate and innovative results for studying energy consumption in buildings for both new and existing buildings as well.
The target of this conference is to exchange knowledge and experience between architects, scientists, engineers, environment experts, students and stakeholders in order to evolve our built environment and also innovate new approaches that contribute in improving sustainability in developing communities.
Keynote speaker in IEREK Conference of Cairo is Director of ARES and UIA Council Member Nikos Fintikakis.
Subject of N. Fintikakis lecture is: “Climate Change and Renewable Energy Sources in ISCDC”