The coordinator of the RELaTED Project will talk about district heating systems at the SMACCs Master Programme.
The University of the Basque Country invites the RELaTED Project coordinator, Roberto Garay, for the second consecutive year, to be part of a seminar organized by the Master Programme in Smart Cities and Communities SMACCs. The seminar will be held from 1st to 4th of December, both included, and it will be a great opportunity for students to learn more about sustainable buildings and solar thermal systems in district heating systems.
The programme is designed to educate the next generation of engineers and researchers in Smart Cities and Communities by learning best practice from 4 of Europe’s most prestigious universities (Heriot-Watt University, University of the Basque Country, International Hellenic University and Université de Mons) and by fostering collaboration with industry through research.
The seminar will be a great opportunity for students to learn more about sustainable buildings and solar thermal systems in district heating systems.
European municipalities (THERMI, SAN SEBASTIAN), universities , companies, research institutions and research centers (CERTH/HIT, TECNALIA, INEGI) have been involved in this programme to give the students a particular added value while creating a European Smart cities & Communities network of high standard research facilities, with teams with a long history of cooperation.
The SMACCs is aligned with the smart city concept and envisaged ecosystems by providing an international, interdisciplinary programme of study, whose graduates will have attained both core and specialized knowledge in the diverse area of smart cities and communities, allowing them to succeed in a highly demanding labour market.