Come and participate to the 1st world congress on mid-rise and high rise wood buldings at the heart of sustainaible cities and the ecological transition, on September 12 -15, 2017 in Bordeaux, France
Organized by the Technological Institute FCBA, FPInnovations (Canada) and the Building Research Institute (Japan), this congress addresses all the actors of the mid-rise and high-rise building construction, who consider the wood as essential material in the development of the sustainable city.
Compound of international conferences around politics, economy, key players, the woodden way of living and realizations of today, this congress also offers you the possibility of meeting these leading players thanks to business meeting targeted and a lounge of exhibition of 3 000 m Â²!
Acoustic experts from SilentTimber Build project will present their work on specific acoustic workshops.
Registrations are opened !
The 22nd International Congress on Acoustics has been held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in September 5-9, 2016. The Congress venue will be the Catholic University of Argentina in Buenos Aires (UCA).
ICA2016 was organized by the Ibero-american Federation of Acoustics (FIA) and the Argentinian Acousticians Association (AdAA), in cooperation with the Chilean Acoustics Society (SOCHA), under the endorsement of the International Commission for Acoustics (ICA). The Congress is officially sponsored by the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), and the National Council of Acoustical Consultants (NCAC). It was also sponsored by several Universities and Professional Institutions of Latin America.
The theme of the Congress was Acoustics for the 21st Century a challenge for all engineers, technicians, scientists, politicians, and people in general.
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The seminar took place on the 28-29 April 2015.
Acoustic calculation tools for timber structures are of big importance for the timber industry in order to overcome any uncertainties regarding prediction of their performance.
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