Track 3. Sustainability

Track 3. Sustainability

24th October 2019     Chaired by: Elena de la Poza Plaza (UPV)

12:00 “Monitoring and evaluation of thermal comfort in urban areas: application to Valencia city” by D. Alfonso-Solar , P. Bastida-Molina, L. Montuori and C. Vargas-Salgado, from UPV (Spain)

12:15 “Consumer habits and preferences in the renewable energy market” by P. Balogh, A. Bai, K. Pető and Z. Szakály, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)

12:30 “Circularity in existing value chains for building materials” by E-J. Velzing, J. Planko, A. van der Meijden, K. Vreeswijk and R. Vrijhoef, from HU (The Netherlands)

12:45 “Active Power Filter Shape Class Model Predictive Controller tuning by Multiobjective Optimization” by C. Cateriano Yáñez, J. Richter, G. Pangalos, G. Lichtenberg and J. Sanchís Saez, from UPV (Spain) and HAW (Germany)

13:00 “Examination of sustainable and health-conscious lifestyle among the Hungarian population along with the results of three research studies” by V. Kiss, N. Balsa-Budai, M. Soós and Z. Szakály, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)


25th October 2019    Chaired by: Elena de la Poza Plaza (UPV)

11:30 “Shaping future research agenda on Sustainability research within the CARPE network” by Erlijn Eweg and Martijn Rietbergen, from HU (The Netherlands)

11:45 “Enhancing cooperation between HEIs and Companies in South East Asia to accelerate sustainable business opportunities” by Martijn Rietbergen and Erlijn Eweg, from HU (The Netherlands)

12:00 “Supporting an European Up-scaling of Net Zero Energy House renovations” by Rogier Laterveer, from HU (The Netherlands)

12:15 “Assessing the increase of solar fields in Iberian Peninsula” by P. Bastida-Molina, D. Alfonso-Solar, C. Vargas-Salgado and Lina Montuori, from UPV (Spain)

12:30 “Life Cycle Sustainability Analysis for Circular Economy” by Vanesa G. Lo Iacono Ferreira and Juan I. Torregrosa López, from UPV (Spain)

12:45 “Currently Known Characteristics of Bat Species Represented in Hamburg in Respect of Wind Turbine ” by P. Krapivnitckaia, V. Dominik Kunz and C. Floeter, from HAW (Germany)


A challenge-based approach will bring together resources and knowledge across different fields, technologies and disciplines, including social sciences and the humanities. This will cover activities from research to market with a new focus on innovation-related activities, such as piloting, demonstration, test-beds, and support for public procurement and market uptake. It will include establishing links with the activities of the European Innovation Partnerships (EIP). Funding will focus on the following topics:

•         Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research, and the Bioeconomy.

•         Secure, clean and efficient energy.

•         Smart, green and integrated transport.

•         Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials.

•         Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective societies.

•         Circular economy.

Corresponds to the following topics from the Hamburg Conference:

•         Societal Challenge 2: Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy

•         Societal Challenge 3: Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy

•         Societal Challenge 4: Smart, Green and Integrated  Transport

•         Societal Challenge 5: Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials

Forthcoming calls from H2020:

•         Development of solutions based on renewable sources that provide flexibility to the energy system

ID: LC-SC3-RES-16-2019

•         Building blocks for resilience in evolving ICT systems

ID: SU-ICT-02-2020

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