Review: glasstec UPDATE

About the online conference glasstec UPDATE

Review: Lecture program

Image: Marcel Bilow

Image: Marcel Bilow

Chair and moderation:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack

11:00 - 11:10

Welcome

Erhard Wienkamp
Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH

Michael Wolter
Federal Guildmaster, BIV (Federal Guild Association of the Glazier Trade)

Erhard Wienkamp

Erhard Wienkamp
Image: Andreas Wiese

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Michael Wolter

11:10 - 11:15

Introduction

Prof. Dr.-Ing Ulrich Knaack
Institute for Structural Design and Engineering / TU Darmstadt
Chair Design of Construction / TU Delft

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack
Image: Marcel Bilow

11:15 - 11:35

Climate protection in industry - options for green lead markets

The direction is clear: become climate neutral. The European Commission's Green Deal initiated a path for Europe to be the first climate neutral continent in 2050; Germany wants to achieve this goal even in 2045 and enacted a Climate Protection Act.  One key to stopp the emission of green house gases is the industry and within this sector the glass producers. What is Germany's current state of play, how can support schemes help - and what is the role of green markets?

Michael Marty,
Head of Department III 2 - Sustainable Production, Resource Conservation and Material Cycles
Federal Environment Agency

Michael Marty

Michael Marty
Bild: Michael Marty

11:35 - 11:40

Discussion and Q&A

11:40 - 12:00

What will glass production look like in 2045?

  • What does climate neutrally produced glass cost?
  • What technologies will be needed?
  • Decarbonisation and the role in the glass industry
What does the conversion of glass production mean for everyone?
  • Energy reduction or new manufacturing processes?
  • CO2 roadmaps - climate paths


Dr. Johann Overath
Director General
Bundesverband Glasindustrie e.V.

Dr. Johann Overath

Dr. Johann Overath
Image: BV Glas

12:00 - 12:20

Decarbonising Glass - A Global industry in need of local solutions

Through the work being carried out by "Glass Futures" on the possible energy scenarios for decarbonisation, this talk will discuss the key factors affecting the glass industries coming 30 years of decarbonisation challenges. Taking consideration of the key factors such as policy and geography that will influence decision making, this lecture will help to ensure people are able to ask the right questions throughout the supply chain to help drive the industry towards and effective solution.

Aston Fuller
General Manager
Glass Futures Ltd.

Aston Fuller

Aston Fuller
Image: Privat

12:45 - 13:05

Discussion and Q&A

12:40 - 14:00

Lunch break

14:00 - 14:20

Glass as a resource - good, bad or dead?

Lisa Rammig
Eckersley O ?Callaghan, Los Angeles

14:20 - 14:40

Recycling of flat glass in the construction industry – Analysis of material flows for Germany

Glass is predestined for a closed-loop recycling economy. The use of waste glass saves energy and raw materials. We are all familiar with the recycling of container glass from our households. But what about flat glass in the building industry? Is that also recycled? What quantities of flat glass cullet are generated? How much of it is recycled? And into what products? A study sponsored by the Zukunft Bau research initiative and the German Flat Glass Association attempted to answer these questions for Germany.

Dr. Ansgar Rose
ift Rosenheim GmbH

14:40 - 15:00

Fa?ade construction - sustainable in aluminium

Florian Vogel
Leiter der Projektberatung
Hydro Building Systems Germany GmbH

Florian Vogel

Florian Vogel
Bild: WICONA

15:00 - 15:20

Just another Brick in the wall

Humans thrive on variety; somehow when it comes to our built environment we have forgotten this. Fear of the unpredictable has led us to increasingly separate ourselves from our social and natural environment. This is about to change, even EU politicians seem to sense this change; the New European Bauhaus!

Jaap Wiedenhoff
Quake Innovations – co-founder and business leader
ABT consulting engineers – conceptual designer complex multidisciplinary projects

Jaap Wiedenhoff

Jaap Wiedenhoff
Image: Jaap Wiedenhoff

15:20 - 15:40

Discussion and Q&A

15:40 - 16:00

Closing and summary

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack
Institute head, Institute for Structural Design and Engineering at TU Darmstadt
Chair Design of Construction at TU Delft

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack
Image: Marcel Bilow

10:00 - 10:05

Introduction

Prof. Dr.-Ing Ulrich Knaack
Institute head, Institute for Structural Design and Engineering at TU Darmstadt
Chair Design of Construction at TU Delft

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack
Image: Marcel Bilow

10:05 - 10:25

Glass – a material ready for the future

Modern buildings are usually characterized by their generous glass surfaces. The resulting open architecture allows the outside to merge with the inside, creating a healthy and livable environment for the building occupant. But what are the future requirements for the material if it is to be part of a sustainable building strategy?

Martin Stadler
Marketing Director
Saint-Gobain Glass Deutschland GmbH

Martin Stadler

Martin Stadler
Image: Saint-Gobain Glass

10:25 - 10:45

New solutions in glass - answers to changed conditions

Hermann Dehner
Product Manager
arcon Flachglas-Veredlung GmbH & Co. KG

Hermann Dehner

Hermann Dehner
Image: Privat

10:45 - 11:05

Expanded role of the building envelope - facades that produce energy

  • New design of the façade with BIPV
  • New improved functionalities
Photovoltaics is a central pillar of the energy transition. To achieve the climate targets, the installed PV capacity must be increased by a factor of 7-10. There is huge technical potential in Germany in the form of usable PV module area on the building envelope that must be tapped. The lecture will first look at the state of the art and research and then discuss the necessary next steps.


Dr. Tilmann E. Kuhn
Head of Group Solar Building Envelopes
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE

 Dr. Tilmann E. Kuhn

Dr. Tilmann E. Kuhn
Image: Privat

11:05 - 11:25

Discussion and Q&A

11:25 - 12:00

Coffee break

12:00 - 12:20

High-Tech, Low-Tech, Robust

The balance between high- and low-tech determines the discourse; however, robustness provides a better definition. It is shown that the complexity in construction and operation leads to the fact that neither energy targets nor user comfort can be achieved. Technology reduces robustness when system failure and user influence significantly impact the result. Passive, user-controlled systems potentially lead to robust buildings.

Prof. Thomas Auer
Partner at Transsolar
Prof. for building technology and climate responsive design at the Technical University of Munich

Prof. Thomas Auer

Prof. Thomas Auer
Image: Privat

12:20 - 12:40

What does a climate neutral building look like in 2045?

  • What role will glass play in the building envelope?
  • Future significance of photovoltaics for the energy efficiency of buildings.
  • DGNB certification: What new assessment criteria are coming?
  • Which certificates exist or are required?
Johannes Kreißig
Chief Executive Officer DGNB e.V. and DGNB GmbH

Johannes Krei?ig

Johannes Krei?ig
Image: Privat

12:40 - 13:00

Discussion and Q&A

13:00 - 13:20

Closing and summary

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack
Institute head, Institute for Structural Design and Engineering at TU Darmstadt
Chair Design of Construction at TU Delft

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack
Image: Marcel Bilow

Programmgremium

Hans-Joachim Arnold

Image: Michael Ruder

Image: Michael Ruder

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Kieckh?fel

Image: Bundesinnungsverband des Glaserhandwerks (BIV)

Image: Bundesinnungsverband des Glaserhandwerks (BIV)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack

Image: Marcel Bilow

Image: Marcel Bilow

Dr. Johann Overath

Image: BV Glas

Image: BV Glas

Martin Stadler

Image: Saint-Gobain Glass

Image: Saint-Gobain Glass

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