Daylighting in buildings

Lund 2024

17-24 August

Summer school Ed 3

 

 

 

 

What is it?

A seven-day boot camp run by daylighting experts. This is an engaging way to learn, get full daylighting work experience and meet a network of industry professionals and companies.

The summer school is aimed at both Masters and PhD students but also at professionals interested in an intensive study programme.

Where and when will it be?

The summer school will be held in Sweden, organized by Lund University in collaboration with Università degli Studi della Tuscia from 17 to 24 August, 2024.

 

What does it include?

Six days of seminars and activites
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A project work developed under the supervision of experts
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One technical tour to discover the architecture of Lund
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Presentation of the works in a public event

What is the program?

The program stretches over a week with activities including a training program, a technical tour and a final event in connection with the gdynia design days.

In detail:

  • Day 1: Welcome meeting + Keynotes
  • Day 2: Daylighting Technical Safari in Lund + Keynotes
  • Day 3-6: Masterclasses and groups work
  • Day 7: Final event

Agenda

Teachers (so far)

Angel Perez Morata
Emanuele Naboni
Federica Giuliani
Giulio Antonutto
Hillevi Hemphälä
Jens Christoffersen
Johannes Linden
Juliëtte van Duijnhoven
Luca Zaniboni
Mandana S Khanie
Marie-Claude Dubois
Natalia Sokol
Niko Gentile
Paul Rogers
Pimkamol Mattsson
Ricardo Rupp
Thiago Ferreira
tiziano Rumori
Valerio RM Lo Verso
Veronica Garcia-Hansen
Virgilio

Participation

It is possible to apply for the Summer School from 3 May until 15 June 2024.

The application will be available within the NLITED platform.

24 people will be selected from among the applicants according to the selection criteria (see below). Places are available for both students and professionals.

For more information, please write to info@nlited.eu

 

Participation fee

You can participate in summer school in two ways. On-site participation with an immersive experience with other participants and teachers, or online participation, living a remote experience but receiving the same level of preparation.

A) PROFESSIONAL PARTICIPATION 

A1) FULL PARTICIPATION:  2,000 € incl. VAT

    • participation in masterclasses and keynotes
    • team work with experts supervision
    • six nights in a single room with breakfast
    • all lunches and refreshments during the school days
    • welcome and final dinner
    • one technical tour (trip, meal, and tour guide)
    PN#1: Travel costs are NOT included

A2) PARTIAL PARTICIPATION:  1,400 € incl. VAT

    • participation in masterclasses and keynotes
    • team work with experts supervision
    • six nights in a single room with breakfast
    • all lunches and refreshments during the school days
    • welcome and final dinner
    • one technical tour (trip, meal, and tour guide)
    PN#1: Travel costs are NOT included

B) STUDENT PARTICIPATION: 400 € incl. VAT

      • participation in masterclasses and keynotes
      • team work with experts supervision
      • six nights in a double room with breakfast
      • all lunches and refreshments during the school days
      • welcome and final dinner
      • one technical tour (trip, meal, and tour guide)
PN#1: Travel costs are NOT included
PN#2: Proof of enrolment at the educational institution is required.

C) ONLINE PARTICIPATION: 300 € incl. VAT

The rate includes

    • online participation in masterclasses from Saturday the 17th to Wednesday the 21st of August.
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    PN#3: Project team work and experts supervision ARE NOT INCLUDED
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Selection criteria

Participants will be selected on the basis of the following two criteria

1) Previous knowledge (see below)

2) Motivation (to be included in the application form)

 

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1) Previous knowledge

 

Selection criteria include knowledge of some of the online modules of the NLITED platform, which are considered prerequisites for participation in the summer school. 

NLITED eModules required

  • Candidates must have passed at least three (3) NLITED eModules or have equivalent preparation.
  • Certificates of attendance for the modules passed must be attached to the application form within the ePlatform.
  • The list of the modules passed must include at least two (2) of the following modules: B1.0, B4.1, and B5.1. These modules are considered a prerequisite for entry to summer school.
  • Alternatively, applicants must provide evidence of equivalent preparation for the two selected modules (e.g. certificates from external courses). Equivalent certificates (or other documents) must also be attached to the application.

Minimum number of NLITED modules to follow to apply for summer school. Compulsory modules may be replaced by certificates demonstrating equivalent training.

 

 

Certificate of Attendance

All attendees of the summer school will receive a certificate of participation. The summer school spans two full weeks of intensive study

 

FAQ

1. What level of difficulty can we expect and what programmes will we use? In terms of design, how much one could design during a university course on daylighting design. Lectures will vary on different experts in daylighting knowledge including design, simulation, biology and many other topics. There will also be a lot of focus on creating a network and group of students in the EU that can take this knowledge forward. Project work will be carried out in groups. The intensity of the work will be proportional to the fun 😉
2. Will there be a public presentation at the end of the week? As in previous editions, there will be a final public presentation of the groups’ work in Lund. More details will be given later.
3. Do I have to prove that I am a university student for the fee reduction? Yes, the fee reduction is only if you give a proof of payment of tuition fees for the current year.
4. All the meal are included in the Sumemr School fees? Not all dinners are included in the fee, only the welcome dinner and the final dinner.
5. As a student, can I request a single room? We do not recommend this, but if requested, the applicant must pay the difference in price to have a single room for all the days of the stay.