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PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME


«Sounds, noise and music for re-thinking

sustainable building, city and econeighborhood»

29 September - 3 October

Main venue : Michalis Cacoyannis Foundation

Venues for the 3rd of October:

Hellenic-American Union, French Institute of Greece


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The "EchoPolis International 2013 will focus on one of the most important senses : hearing

thus drawing attention to the sound quality of the urban environment and how, resources and tools can be used so that  sounds, noises and music become design elements and factors of enrichment of sustainability in buildings, cities and neighborhoods.

The concepts of soundscape and sound design leave the research laboratories and invade the market, the world of professionals and the discourse between designers and all those involved in the application of sound design in the city, architects, engineers, private companies of sound equipment and facilities. Soundscape research considers environmental sounds as a 'resource' rather than a 'waste'.

Experiences and projects from cities and regions all over the world : Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Athens, Berlin, Lisbon, Bucharest, Nicosia,
Thessaloniki, Volos, Konohana/Osaka, La Courrouze/Rennes, Xanthi, Haute-Provence, Ile-de-France, Grand Lyon, Alcantara, Caceres, Porto……….





Sunday 29 September

20h00-21h30 Music Performance, Greek Bouzouki, Thanassis Polykandriotis (tbc), Room : Theater (MCF)



21h30 Welcome Cocktail, Foyer 2nd Floor (MCF)


  • MCF : Michalis Cacoyannis Foundation, Pireos 206, Athens


Monday 30 September
8h00 Doors open
9h00-9h30 Welcome and Opening
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Minister of Administrative Reform

H.E Jean-Loup Kuhn-Delforge, Ambassador of France to Greece (tbc)

George Prevelakis, Ambassador of Greece to the OECD

Grigoris Tsaltas, Rector of Panteion University, ex.Minister of environment, energy and climate change

Leonidas Koskos, President of Hellenic American Union

Antonia Moropoulou, Rector of National Technical University of Athens

Maria Gravari-Barbas, EIREST, University Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne

Representative of Grand Lyon (to be precised)

Representative of Ile-de-France (to be precised)

Representative of the Region of Attica (to be precised)

Representative of the Ministry of Health (to be precised)
9h30-11h30 Plenary Session 1, Room : Theater (MCF)
Emotional architecture, emotional city : emotions, a neglected dimension

of urban sustainability ?
Chairmen : Stella Kyvelou (GR), Bruno Vincent ( FR)
Panayotis Parthenios (GR)

From atoms, to bits, to notes – an encoding-decoding mechanism for tuning our urban eco-systems
Laura Jouve-Villard, Denis Laborde and Claire Guiu (FR)

When music and city compose together
Heba Sherif Mourad (EG)

The lack of interest to enrich the hearing experience in architecture
Alexander Alexiou and Dafni Effrosyni Delfaki (GR)

Urban Space and Music. Berlin and Techno

Francesc Daumal i Domènech (ES)

Toward a sound literacy : The facilities “place-sound”
Angeliki Kotsi (GR)

From the world of sensations and sounds to the sense of space
Richard Witt (GR, UK)

An unsound proposal

11h30-11h45 Break, Networking, Visit of the ECHOPOLIS Expo, Foyers ground floor and 3rd floor (MCF)

11h45-13h15 Plenary Session 2, Room : Theater (MCF)
Sound and Noise in re-thinking sustainability in cities and eco-neighborhoods
Chairmen : Lydia Sapounaki-Dracaki (GR), Catherine Charlot-Valdieu ( FR)
Nathalie Gourlot and Thea Manola ( FR )

Senscapes of sustainable neighborhoods: “calmscapes”? Critical analysis of senscapes of 3 so called sustainable neighborhoods in Northern Europe
Michelle Duffy, Gordon Waitt, Michael Gallagher ( AU )

Making sense of climate change: sound as a methodological tool for re-thinking sustainability
Elise Geisler (FR)

The ideal neighbourhood : a quiet and lively place ?
Catherine Charlot-Valdieu and Philippe Outrequin (FR)

La Courrouze, an econeighbourhood in Rennes, France
N.Manou-Andreadis and M.Milona (GR)

An architectural approach on improving existing urban sound environment
Aggelos Tsaligopoulos, Yiannis Matsinos and Chris Economou (GR)

The road to quietness. A methodology for finding quiet areas in agglomerations
13h15 Light Buffet , Foyer 2nd Floor (MCF), networking, visit of ECHOPOLIS 2013 Expo
15.00 -16.30 Parallel Workshops, Rooms : Theater -Cinema (MCF)


Workshop Session 1

Room : Theater

Workshop Session 2

Room : Cinema

Sounds, can they be resources for sustainability in cities ?
Chair: Vassilios Tsihrintzis (GR)

Presentations :

Marzena Mięsikowska, Evert de Ruiter, Leszek Radziszewski (PL,NL)

Soundscape, in the sustainable city; privacy, communication, and orientation
Katherine A. Liapi and Stamatis Psarras (GR)

Experiencing Music through Architecture in an Urban Park in Athens, Greece:

Design methodology and digital processes
Yannis Christides (CY)

Soundscapes, Communities and Place Attachment in Urban Space: a study on the soundmarks of divided Nicosia and their effects
Luís Cláudio Ribeiro and Jorge Bruno Ventur(PT)

Lisbon Sound Map - the city and the sound territory


Sound Design

and Eco-innovation in cities
Chair: Ilias Beriatos (GR)

Presentations :

Cécile Regnault (FR)

Quand le jeu devient son : Conceptions et pratiques sonores du jeu dans les environnements habités
Grégoire CHELKOFF(FR)

Références auditives sur le web : cartophonie.fr au service du projet sonore
Margot Pellegrino, Isabelle Richard; Benoit Gauvreau; Amιlie Flamand ; Jean Pierre Levy and Sinda Haoues-Jouve (FR)

Approches croisées pour la modélisation acoustique en milieu urbain : une proposition

méthodologique
K.Chourmouziadou and K.Sakantamis (GR)

Soundscape: Investigation and application of an innovative urban design parameter




16.30 -17.00 Break, Networking, Visit of ECHOPOLIS Expo

17.00 -18.30 Parallel Workshops Rooms : Theater- Black Box -Cinema (MCF)


Workshop Session 3

Room : Theater

Workshop Session 4

Room : Cimema

Ancient and modern Acoustics-Occupational noise exposure
Chair: Nicolas Remy (GR, FR)

Presentations :

A.G. Sotiropoulou, G. Poulakos, G. Cambourakis, D. Velesiotis (GR)

Subjective evaluation of the acoustics of opera houses
Nikos C. Barkas (GR)

Contemporary Sound Environment around Ancient Greek Theaters: Current operation problems
A.G. Sotiropoulou, I.Tzouvadakis, I.Karagiannis and A. Savopoulou (GR)

Subjective acoustic evaluations in rock music halls
A.G. Sotiropoulou, G. Vlachos, A. Stamos, P. Achamnos (GR)

Subjective acoustic evaluation of byzantine live liturgy in churches of modern Greek period
Salvatore Curcuruto and Enrico Mazzocchi (IT)

Evaluation of noise exposure of workers in musical events



Sound and noise in sustainable building
Chair: Stefan Pallantzas (GR)

Presentations :

Bruno Marco, Jesús Alba, Romina del Rey, Korinna Mollá, María Blanes,Enrico Fatarella (ES) Demonstrative solutions to reduce noise pollution in industrial areas, using finishing technologies in textile materials, Noisefreetex
Stella Kyvelou and Maria Sfyraki (GR)

Sound quality in sustainable buildings
Panos Economou and Panagiotis Charalambous (CY)

How to enrich sustainable architecture by the use of acoustical simulations at an early stage of the design process.
Maro Sinou and Stella Kyvelou (GR)

How do performance assessment tools for buildings integrate sound quality and sound design ?




19h00 Closing of Scientific sessions
21h00 -22h40 “Ichneutae” by Sophocles, Directed by Dimos Avdeliodis, Room : Theater (MCF)
Tuesday 1 October
9h00-9h30, Keynote speech, Room : Theater

Nadine Schütz ( SW )
Hidden knowledge - Historical Traces of acoustic design practices in landscape architecture”

9h30-11h00, Plenary session 3, Room: Theater

Sound environment, city identity and city attractiveness

Chairmen : Alex Deffner (GR), Patrick Romieu (FR)

Kostas Paparrigopoulos (GR)

Environmental sounds, music and ecologies of sound: A multidimensional relationship.
Henry Warwick (CA)

Music of Dark Ecology


Adriana Tudor and Silviu Platon (RU )

Acoustic presentation of the Historical Center of Bucharest and noise mapping the area for public information regarding attractiveness of the city




Trever Hagen (JP)

Soundscapes, Creative Practices and Arts-based Development: a multisensory ethnography of ‘nearness’ in Konohana, Osaka”
M. Galani, E. Giannopoulou and V.M. Perra (GR)

Exploring the effect of music festivals on cities: the case of the European Music Day in Volos city
Aimilia Karapostoli, Nikolaos Tsinikas (GR)

Re-experience the city of Thessaloniki through soundscapes
Andrea Queiroz REGO (BR)

The sounds of the past of Copacabana heard through the chronicles of Rio de Janeiro’s

City (19041971).

10h30-11h15 Coffee Break, Foyer ground floor, visit of the ECHOPOLIS Expo

 

11h15-13h15, Plenary Session 4, Room : Theater
Sound environment, public spaces and sustainable tourism

Chairmen : Maria Gravari-Barbas ( FR), Sofia Avgeninou-Kolonia (GR)
Patrick Romieu (FR)

De l’anthropologie Sonore à la valorization touristique et pédagogique de sites

Acoustiques en Haute-Provence
Alex Deffner (GR)

I dreamed a dream : Can musical tourism be developed in Greek cities?
Andrea Queiroz REGO (BR)

The Rio de Janeiro beaches: a comparison between soundscape, landscape and

cultural use.
Katerina Katsanika, Georgia Ntouroupi and Nikos Barkas (GR)

Noise pollution in traditional settlements of tourist interest: the Old Town of Xanthi
Vivian Doumpa and Bryan Doucet (NL)

Music in Public Space: Changing Perception, Changing Urban Experience? The effect of a music performance on people’s perceptions on the quality of public space in Navarinou Square, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Ilias Papageorgiou ( GR)

Semi-transparent architectural elements as creators of talk-scapes

Lou Mallozzi (USA)

Sound Art in Public space: integration, opposition, but never decoration

13.15 Lunch-Light Buffet, Restaurant 3rd floor (tbc) 

15.00 -16.30, Theater- Cinema

Workshop Session 5

Room : Theater

Workshop Session 6

Room : Cinema


Urban and rural quiet areas-Sound and noise Cartography-Strategic noise plans
Chair: Sara Adhitya (FR)

Presentations :

Eleni Glynou, Katerina Antonaki (GR)

Listen to the printed image of the city
Andrea Queiroz REGO (BR)

The use of the noise cartography to evaluate

the soundscape transformation due to the implementation of the Vargens’ strategic urban plan– Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sara Adhitya (FR)

A Sonified Urban Masterplan for Paris – the use of sonification in the representation of the city and its everyday urban rhythms
Marzena Mięsikowska, Evert de Ruiter,

Leszek Radziszewski (PL,NL)

Noise control in the sustainable city by means of canyonisation
Nefta-Eleftheria Votsi, Antonios Mazaris and John Pantis (GR)

Integrated Network of Biodiversity and Acoustic Value


European Projects for improving quality of the sound environment

Chair: Maro Sinou (GR)

Presentations :

Bruno Vincent (ACOUCITE, Grand Lyon)

Presentation of the HOSANNA Project results
Fanny Mietlicki (BRUITParif, Ile-de-France)

Bruno Vincent (ACOUCITE, Grand Lyon)

Presentation of the HARMONICA Project
Other initiatives

« SONORE: Mobility and well-being » presented in the Poster Session


  • you are kindly requested to express your interest in presenting a relevant European Project, either ongoing or already finished







Workshop Session 7

Room : Black Box


Balancing energy performance, thermal insulation, acoustic comfort

and air quality in buildings
Chair: Christos Floros (GR)

Presentations :

D.K.Serghides, M.C.Katafygiotou (CY)

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Scenarios in University Buildings, in an Urban Context
Stella Kyvelou, Christos Floros (GR)

Balancing energy performance, thermal insulation, acoustic comfort

and air quality in buildings : focusing on greek regulations
Abdeen Mustafa Omer (UK)

Design and operation of low energy consumption passive human comfort solution

 

16.30-17.00 Break

 

17.00-17.30

Keynote speech, Room : Theater (MCF)
A.William Smith, University of Lethbridge, Canada
Translating Visual Imagery into Sonic Imagery for Contemporary Orchestra”
17.30-19.00 Parallel Workshop Sessions

Workshop Session 8

Room : Theater

Workshop Session 9

Room : Cinema


Sound Heritage and Soundscapes 1

Chair: Anastasia Georgaki (GR)

Presentations :

Joao Cordeiro, Adrian Santos (PT)

A Soundscape Assessment Tool Based

on a Massive Multichannel Loudspeaker

Setup
Tin Oberman.Marko Rukavina,Ana Mrđa

Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci, Mladen Obad Šćitaroci (HR)

Soundscape design for unexcavated archaeological sites : The Reconstruction of the Urban Ancient Greek Soundscape In Situ
Dafni Tragaki, Giorgos Papakonstantinou (GR)

Urban narrations as soundscape: creating alternative cartographies of the city
Borrigon Morillas (ES)

Characterization of rural soundscapes. Alcαntara, a Portugal-Extremadura border town
Ilias Papageorgiou (GR)

Bicycle Soundscapes



Sound Heritage and Soundscapes 2

Chair: Kostas Paparrigopoulos (GR)

Presentations :

Nicolas Remy (FR, GR)

European acoustic heritage under construction
Borrigon Morillas (ES)

Characterization of rural soundscapes. The case of the Gata county in Cαceres (ES)
Ari Koivumäki (FI)

How to construct Acoustic Heritage to a City?
Anastasia Georgaki (GR)

Listening to the Cicada Chorus in the Plato

Academy: soundscape research
Stavros Kalokerinos, Nasia Kalokerinou (GR,IT)

Application of smart phone technologies for mapping soundscapes in the center of Athens
Sinan Bokesoy and Anastasia Georgaki (TR,GR)

City environmental soundscapes as triggering medium for an interactive performance on the path of history: BOS-GEO-PIR




Workshop Session 10

Room : Black Box

Acoustic Ecology, soundscape design and ethics of sound

Chair: Katerina Tzedaki (GR)
Presentations :

Ioanna Etmektsoglou (GR)

Ethics versus Aesthetics: Developing criteria in youth for sound making and listening in the city.
Konstantinos Drossos and Andreas Floros (GR)

An Approach for Modeling Affective Acoustic Ecology in City Environments
Rui Pereira Jorge (PT)

Eavesdropping(should we go?): Listening approaches in acousmatic contemporary music
Anastasia Georgaki, Panagiotis Velianitis (GR)

MUSACTYS: Music Acoustic tool for understanding and creating sound ecology environments
Francesc Daumal i Domènech (ES)

Chuchoteurs dans la cité





19.00 Closing of 2nd day

21.00 -22.00, Room : Theater, Michalis Cacoyannis Foundation

Dance, acrobatics, live music

medDeT*/ “ki omos kineitai”

Wednesday 2 October
9h00-9h30, Keynote speech

Pascal VALENTIN, Chef du Mission Bruit, Ministère de l’Ecologie et du Développement Durable, FR

Title ( to be precised)
9h30-11h00 Plenary session 5, Room : Theater(MCF)

Noise and noise control in the city: processes and initiatives

Chair : Stella Kyvelou (GR)
Bruno Vincent (FR)

The ACOUCITE Observatory of Grand Lyon
Fanny Mietlicki (FR)

BRUITParif : a dynamic observatory in the Ile-de-France Region
Jane Adler (EE)

The NGO Ökokratt : focusing on environmental education
Representative of CIDB - Alice Dubonnet-Lambert (FR), to be confirmed

The Club Decibel Villes : an ambitious initiative
Eduardo Magalhães, Gustavo Costa (PT)

Porto Sonoro – Documenting and transforming the sonic background

10h30-11h15 Coffee Break, Foyer ground floor (MCF)

 

11h15-13h15, Plenary Session 6, Room : Theater(MCF)

Urban Noise-traffic noise- railing noise- aircraft noise- wind turbines noise pollutions and measures of abatement 

Chair : Marie-Paule THAVEAU (FR)
A.G. Sotiropoulou, A. Ballis, Ch.Housos, Ch.Tselios (GR)

Sound absorptive treatment along urban railways; measurement of contribution to environmental noise control
Triant Flouris, Ayse Kukuk Yilmaz and Kostantinos Kalligiannis (USA, TR, GR)

Sustainability Risk Management and Aviation Noise Abatement: The Case of Athens

International Airport
Nikitas Nikitakos and Afrokomi-Afroula Stefanakou (GR)

The impacts on Human Health of Wind Turbine Noise Emissions and the Installation Prospective of Floating Wind Parks in Remoted Areas a a Solution.
Representative of the International Airport of Athens (GR)

Noise control at the IAA
Christos Ladias, Antonia Obaidou and Eleini Papadopoulou (GR)

The problems and policies of urban noise pollutions in noise zones : the cases of Greece and Spain
13.15 Lunch-Light Buffet Break, Restaurant 3rd floor (tbc) 

15.00 -17.00, Workshop on certification of environmental quality in buildings, Room : Theater (MCF)

Workshop with representatives of LEED, HQE, DGNB, BREEAM, CASBEE, SBTool and

SDMed certification schemes.
Presentation of the Label “HQE Aménagement” by SNAL
Presentation of certified buildings. ( Detailed agenda of the workshop to be announced soon )


17h00 Closing of 3rd day
17h30-19.30 Guided Visit to the Acropolis Museum
20h30 Dinner – Acropolis Museum Restaurant (This diner is not undertaken by the Conference Organiser)




POSTER SESSION
Claire Guiu and Béatrice Chaudet (FR)

Sound, mobility and well-being in the city: Which research tools?

STUDENT SESSION
A student session is possible upon expression of interest.


Thursday 3 October
Venue 1 : Hellenic American Education Center

Massalias 22, Athens

10h00 City of Athens Music Ensembles street happening -in Massalias/ Kapllanon/ Solonos
10h30–11h30 Noise Monitoring workshop and presentation of results (from Hellenic American University’s research on Noise monitoring of the streets around HAEC (Sina /Arahovis / Asklipiou/Navarinou/Skoufa /Massalias/Kapllanon/Law School /Academy of Athens) with wireless noise monitoring systems
11h30-13h00 Psychology Department of the Hellenic American Education Center

Round Table discussions :

- Sounds and Stress

- Music and Personality characteristics
13h00-13h30 Light lunch at the Roof Top of the Hellenic American Education Center
Break
17h30-18h30 “What is Cacophony and Harmony in Urban Ghetto music?”

A view and exploration of American Rap music as a “sound” of ghetto cultures in urban spaces.

Language and Literature program in collaboration with the Music Program and the Sustainability Club of the Hellenic American Education Center
18h30- 19h30 Leontios Hatjileontiadis lecture
20h00-20h30 Concert: SOUND AND SILENCE

By and around John Cage
20h30-22h00 Concert: SOUNDSCAPES

Music written by Hellenic American Education Center’s composition majors (William Antoniou, Stathis Campylis, Konstantina Polyhronopoulou and Andreas Tselikas)
22h00 Live music party at the Roof Top of the Hellenic American Education Center

Venue 2 : French Institute of Greece

Sina 31, Athens
19h30 - 22h00 3rd French-hellenic and international meeting on sustainable development in the Mediterranean

Round Table : “Building with sounds : identity and attractiveness of sustainable city” ( see more on the content of the round Table below, in French)
Moderator : Sylvie Grutzow, Journalist

Participants : Pascal Valentin (MEDDAD, tbc), Maria Gravari-Barbas (EIREST), Isabelle Baer (SNAL), Bruno Vincent (GRAND LYON, ACOUCITE), Fanny Metliecky (BRUIT Parif ), Philippe Outrequin (FR), Nadine Schütz (ETH Zürich, SW )

21.30-22.00 Discussants : Stella Kyvelou (SDMed, Panteion University), Triant Flouris (UAU),

George Broulias (Ville d’Athènes, City of Athens)




Table Ronde

Construire avec les sons : identité et attractivité

de la ville durable ”

Lieu : Auditorium de l’Institut français de Grèce
Le caractère patrimonial et identitaire des ambiances et des paysages sonores urbains est reconnu depuis quelques années. Un exemple : l’inscription de la place Jemaa El Fna  sur la liste du patrimoine culturel immatériel de l’UNESCO a introduit  ou encouragé un nouveau registre de patrimonialisation basé sur la prise en compte des expressions orales telles qu’elles se déploient dans l’espace urbain. Plus généralement, les sons font partie des villes, de leur paysage sensoriel, de leur identité. Ils constituent un des marqueurs urbains, au même titre que le paysage visuel.  La relation entre paysage sonore, patrimoine et  attractivité a pourtant été très peu explorée.
La position des pouvoirs publics dans le domaine de l’environnement sonore a été jusqu’à présent de réduire les niveaux sonores des principales sources de bruit et de fixer des limites à ne pas dépasser dans certaines zones affectées par de fortes nuisances sonores afin de diminuer l’exposition des habitants.
Pour répondre essentiellement aux attentes des citoyens ainsi qu’aux défis territoriaux d’attractivité des villes dans cette période de crise économique et urbaine en même temps, il faut aller encore plus loin, dépasser l’aspect quantitatif du bruit, intégrer la problématique de la qualité sonore en amont de tout projet d’aménagement urbain et considérer le bruit pas comme un « déchet » mais comme une « ressource » locale.
Il s’agit dans le cadre d’une organisation de l’espace, en fonction du contexte et des contraintes, de maîtriser l’environnement sonore de façon harmonieuse, de construire avec les sons dans le respect de l’identité des lieux afin d’offrir un cadre de vie agréable et attractif, de mettre en valeur le capital culturel qui fait partie du capital territorial et des richesses locales.
L’échelle du quartier semble particulièrement pertinente pour prendre en compte ces attentes. Dans ce cadre, les éco-quartiers, dans lesquels la problématique du bien-être, de la santé et de l’attractivité est centrale, présentent une opportunité particulièrement intéressante.
L’ambition de cette table ronde est d’éclairer les différents acteurs concernés par l’aménagement urbain, voire la création d’un éco-quartier sur l’importance de la dimension sonore afin que celle-ci soit prise en compte dans leur projet d’aménagement.
La Table Ronde organisée par SDMed en collaboration avec l’EIREST dans le cadre de l’évènement international Echopolis 2013 (www.event2013.sd-med.org) vise à analyser les relations qui se tissent entre paysage sonore, identité et attractivité en ville.



«Sounds, noise and music for re-thinking

sustainable building, city and econeighborhood»

Programme at a glance !


Kind of session

Date- Conference Day

Title od session

Room

Keynote speech

Nadine Schutz (SW)

1 October

2ndday

To be confirmed

THEATER

MCF

Keynote speech

William Smith (CA)

1 October

2nd day

To be confirmed

THEATER

MCF

Keynote speech

Pascal Valentin (FR)

2 October

3rd day

To be confirmed

THEATER

MCF

Plenary Session 1

30 September

1st day

Emotional architecture, emotional city : emotions, a neglected dimension

of urban sustainability ?

THEATER

MCF

Plenary Session 2

30 September

1st day

Sound and Noise in re-thinking sustainability in cities and eco-neighborhoods

THEATER

MCF

Plenary Session 3

1 October

2ndday

Sound environment, city identity and city attractiveness

THEATER

MCF

Plenary Session 4

1 October

2ndday

Sound environment, public spaces and sustainable tourism

THEATER

MCF

Plenary Session 5

2 October

3rd day

Noise and noise control in the city: processes and initiatives

THEATER

MCF

Plenary Session 6

2 October

3rd day

Urban Noise-Traffic noise- railing noise- aircraft noise- wind turbines noise pollutions and measures of abatement 

THEATER

MCF

Workshop Session 1

30 September

1st day

Sounds, can they be resources of sustainability in cities ?

THEATER

MCF

Workshop Session 2

30 September

1st day

Sound Design

and Eco-innovation in cities

CINEMA

MCF

Workshop Session 3

30 September

1st day

Ancient and modern Acoustics-Occupational Noise exposure

THEATER

MCF

Workshop Session 4

30 September

1st day

Sound and noise in sustainable building

CINEMA

MCF

Workshop Session 5

1 October

2ndday

Urban and rural quiet areas-Sound and noise Cartography-Strategic noise plans

THEATER

MCF

Workshop Session 6

1 October

2ndday

European Projects for improving quality of the sound environment

CINEMA

MCF

Workshop Session 7

1 October

2ndday

Balancing energy performance, thermal insulation, acoustic comfort

and air quality in buildings

THEATER

MCF

Workshop Session 8

1 October

2ndday

Sound Heritage and Soundscapes 1

CINEMA

MCF

Workshop Session 9

2 October

3rd day

Sound Heritage and Soundscapes 2

THEATER

MCF

Workshop Session 10

2 October

3rd day

Acoustic Ecology, soundscape design and ethics of sound

CINEMA

MCF

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