20 November 2014

Kestcells open day

The project KESTCELLS is organizing a coordinated Open Day that will involve six institutions of the consortium. The Open Day activities will take place in November and December 2014 and are addressed to disseminate the research done in the frame of the project KESTCELLS, to undergraduate and graduate students.


 
 
10 November 2014

IREC at the SmartCity Expo & World Congress

The Energy Economics Group, from the Research Group "Energy efficiency: systems, buildings and CommunitieS" (ECOS), will be present at Smart City Expo, the 4th International Fair in Smart Solutions taking place in Barcelona from November 18 to 20, with a booth devoted to the Green eMotion project.

 

 


 
 
05 November 2014

II Jornada sobre tecnologies d'emmagatzematge energètic

En aquesta jornada pots conèixer les pròximes tendències en emmagatzematge energètic a mans d'experts, institucions i empreses punteres del sector de la investigació, innovació, tecnologia i aplicabilitat energètica al nostre país.

El Prof. Joan Ramon Morante, cap de l'Àrea de Materials avançats per l'energia de l'IREC, farà una ponència explicant les línies més actuals de recerca en el camp de l'emmagatzematge.

La jornada es realitza a la seu de Solartys a Barcelona (Gran Vía Cortes Catalanas 774, 3ª Planta) i a Madrid per vídeo conferència el dia 5 de novembre a partir de les 9:45 h.

Web per més informació i inscripcions, aneu aquí.

 
 
04 November 2014

First release of HI-LED project newsletter

HI-LED is an international project funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union in which the Lighting Group participates as coordinator. The project focuses on the development of low-cost and low-consumption light sources based on LED technology provided with capacity for spectral reproduction. These so-called light engines feature an advanced intelligent control system that adapts the light spectrum to the specifics of each application area. To demonstrate the potential of such systems, the project covers the realization of different proofs of concept in three well-defined application areas: Health and Welfare, in which the spectral variation will be used to induce changes in mood and  perception; Art and Museums, in which the spectrum will suit every type of art-work depending on the reflectance spectrum and the possible harm that the different spectral components can induce on the art-work; and finally, Horticulture, in which the spectrum is optimized to increase not only the size of the fruit but also the quality.

For more information, please download Hi-LED newsletter September 2014.

 
 


 

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