14 – 27 July 2014
Location:Transilvania University of Braşov, Romania
As the focal points for future growth, demographic changes and innovation, cities play an essential part in developing our capacity and capability for sustainable energy transitions. Planning for sustainable energy systems and fostering a smart and efficient management of natural resources requires a regional/metropolitan approach to effect systemic shifts and a lasting societal change in attitude.
The ESEIA ISS 2014 programe was aimed at covering fundamental aspects and at revealing solutions in the quest for smart innovations to the energy challenge facing cities, metropolitan and regional centres, and communities. This Summer School offered participants the possibility to push their project on major topics related to zero emission cities of tomorrow. Top scientists and practitioners helped them develop well-structured projects that students could further use for building up a funding proposal.
Quick summary of the Summer School
General info: The ESEIA ISS took place from 14-27 July 2014, in the Solar House of the Campus of the Transylvania University of Braşov. Our instructors and applicants came from a diverse set of countries and fields (last years’ attendees: from Brazil, Switzerland, Indonesia, the Netherlands, etc).
Academic Recognition: 3 ECTS and an Attendance Certificate will be awarded to participants on completion of the course (a total of 75 hours, 40 course hours and 35 hours of preparation and follow-up).
Class format: Hands-on experience conferred through lectures, case studies, group work and discussions, project preparation guided by experts, professional visits. You will also take part in an exciting social and cultural programme, allowing you to meet people with similar interests and start networking effectively.