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CIC Start Online - 2010 Conference

CIC Start Online is in The Scottish Green List 2010 of the 20 top projects and initiatives for sustainable development

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There are two types of webcast produced by CIC Start Online

  • Conference Webcasts are produced by the partner institutions for our annual conferences.  You can view our 2010 conference and our 2011 conference online
  • Each of our live interactive Online Webinars are also recorded and can be viewed as on-demand webcasts.



Improving energy efficiency in traditional buildings

Dr Paul Baker, RICH Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University
Roger Curtis, Head of Technical Research, Historic Scotland
Nicholas Heath, Changeworks
Alister Cant, Lister Housing Co-op

Use of solar PV and hot water for buildings

Prof. Tariq Muneer, Edinburgh Napier University
Hazel Jane Bowmaker, Edinburgh Napier University

The Solar Refurbishment of Scotland

Prof. Susan Roaf, Heriot Watt University
Campbell McLennan and George Goudsmidt, AES Solar
Nicholas Heath, Changeworks
Alister Cant, Lister Housing Co-op

Upgrading Glasgow’s Social Housing Stock- reflections on 1990’s demonstrations and 21st Century reality

Prof Colin Porteous,Glasgow School of Art
Dr Tim Sharpe, Glasgow School of Art
Ms Rosalie Menon, Glasgow School of Art

The problem of rural SME contractors and sustainable technologies

Dr David R Moore, The Robert Gordon University

Retrofit and renewables in traditional rural buildings

John Brennan, University of Edinburgh

Simulation-based design tools: real time energy systems performance information

Professor Joe Clarke, University of Strathclyde Glasgow


 The online event featuring webcasts from the 7 partner universities is still available.  You can access the event and conference webcasts by clicking on the links above.  


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