Lithuania

Training organisation(s)

Regional Innovation Management Centre (RIMC)

Regional Innovation Management Centre (RIMC) is organization involved in innovation transfer activities, while utilizing best global practices in project management leading to transformative change in different organizations or economy sectors. It works with a number of business associations, innovation transfer centers, universities, governmental agencies and companies towards their better access to technologies and knowledge leading to their enhanced positions in different market segments or better performance of public policies. Its close relationships with a number of international and local innovation transfer organizations combined with in-house expertise allows it to enjoy a wide range of alternative options for collaborative projects leading to effective change. The organisation fosters capabilities of the companies to develop and implement innovations, accelerates commercialisation of achievements of advanced sciences, and helps to decrease the risk of innovation implementation through better access to finance. RIMC has implemented a number of cross-border innovation transfer projects in the area of cloud computing, BIM, and energy efficiency in buildings. RIMC was one of the leading partners in BUILD UP Skills Lithuania I phase project and the project leader in Build Up Skills ENERGOTRAIN HORIZON 2020 project aimed at development of demand driven certification and training schemes at national level in the area of energy efficiency in buildings. At this moment, RIMC is a H2020 BIMplement project coordinator of WP related to exploitation and replication, 2017-2020.

Name of contact person:  Mr. Mantas Jonauskis
Email:  mantas(at)rivc.eu 


Address:  Saulėtekio 15, Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone nr:  +370 682 55835


Website: www.rivc.eu 

 

Training expert(s)

Caterina Capri, Architect

Main fields or skills.
Micro climates; insulation; solar power systems for electricity generation; sustainable (architectural) design. 

Biography

Born in 1986, she graduated summa cum laude at Polytechnic of Turin in July 2011 with a thesis on sustainable design, focused on bioclimatic architecture.

After working in France for an international design studio, she specialized in sustainable design and modeling B.I.M., building renovations and interior design.

Since 2012 she is teaching Building Physics, Energy and B.I.M. as assistant of the university Professor Marco Torri, in Polytechnic of Milan. In parallel she keeps collaborating as a freelance with several architects and design studios.

Email: caterina.capri86@gmail.com    

Marco Torri, Architect and Adjunct Professor at Polytechnic of Milan

Main fields or skills

Building management systems; insulation; biomass; sustainable installation materials; communication

Biography

He graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan, member of the Italian IAI / BIM chapter, Adjunct Professor at the Politecnico di Milano of Building Physics. "I.T.R. Protea "UNIT 'RESEARCH / LAB Polimi. BIM energy consultant SACERT, published "A methodology for the Energy Performance classification of residential building stock on urban stairs." Designer plants in ITALY EXPO 2015. Owner of architectural firm "Torri Architects"

Email: marco.torri@polimi.it        

Luca Zecchin, Architect and PhD at University of Trento

Main fields or skills

Sustainable architectural design; integrated design.

Biography

Luca Zecchin, Architect (Iuav 2005) and PhD (Unitn 2011), is Post-Doc and Lecturer in Architectural Design at the University of Trento. He combines research, teaching and design activities of architecture, city, landscape and territory, focusing on the innovation of design theories, techniques and tools. He received awards and honors for projects, applied researches and national and international competitions, especially in interdisciplinary teams. He is the author of essays and publications including “Architecture and Sustainability” and “Marginal Spaces Architecture”.

Email: luca.zecchin@unitn.it

Serena Piselli, Engineer, Researcher

Main fields or skills

  • Communication
  • Sustainable (architectural) design
  • Integrated design
  • Sustainable building materials
  • Sustainable installation materials
 

Short Bio:

Building engineer (licenced) from Rome. During my studies and my professional experiences I developed my interest for sustanability. After the graduation I attended a course of Sustainable Urban Regeneration and a course called "New Energy To Rebuild",
where I learned about energy consumption and in buildings. Lately I participated to a training school in Lancaster, England, about
the principle of restorative and regenerative design. I am working as researcher in the sustainability field at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. I am a cofounder of "My Home Please!" an initiative to address homelessness by architectural solutions.

Email:

serena.piselli@gmail.com      

Margherita Finamore, Architect

Main Profession:
Architect
Company:
Pesaro Council - Public Works Department

Main fields of skills:

  • Building management systems
  • Micro climates
  • Sustainable (architectural) design
  • Integrated design
  • Sustainable building materials
 

Short Bio:

I was graduated with honors in Architecture at the University of Florence in 1992. In 2007 I attended the post-graduate “BIOARCHITECTURE Design Laboratory” with the supervision of LUCIEN STEIL and ROB KRIER and I learnt how important the foot print is that we leave by ours and how to project taking care of the environmental effects of building and the effects of the buildings themselves. I am currently working on - the design of a new school and the aim of which is to achieve the characteristics of the Near Zero Energy Building; - the construction of two social housing buildings with the requirements of the Italian System Evaluation and Certification of the Environmental Sustainability of Buildings based on ITACA Protocol.
Since 1997 as project architect I have been responsible for public works for Pesaro Council and I apply environmental sustainability and energy efficiency design when ever I can. I really believe that general design principles of very low-energy buildings can minimise losses and consumption, maximise gains and supply the remaining energy demand with renewable energy. It is possible to design high-performance buildings good for the environment, without sacrifying architectural quality or resulting in excessive costs.

I worked at Green Building Council in Helsinki for the whole mouth of September developing the approach and contents of the circular economy in the EU countries as the pioneer of the Climate-KIC programme.

Email: m.finamore(at)comune.pesaro.pu.it

 

 

Claudio Di Angelo Antonio, Master of Architecture

Company:
Federcasa. Federazione italiana per la casa

Interdisciplinary skills:

  • Communication
  • Information management
 

Short Bio:

Manager of the Technical Area of Federcasa, deals with urban regeneration, programs and financing for public housing, research and innovation with particular regard to eco-sustainability and energy efficiency. He takes care of the promotion of measures that favor investments in the redevelopment and increase of public residential buildings. He collaborates with Public Residential Construction Operators offering assistance, advice, opinions and contributing to the dissemination of good practices.

Email: c.diana(at)federcasa.it 

Marta Maria Sesana, Engineer and Research Associate

Company: Politecnico di Milano

Main field or skills:

  • Building management systems
  • Envelope systems
  • Sustainable (architectural) design
  • Integrated design
  • Sustainable building materials
 

Short Bio: Graduated cum laude in Building Engineering and Architecture (POLIMI 2006), visiting at ISE (Franunhofer 2009-10), PhD (POLIMI 2011), she is Research Associate at Politecnico di Milano. Main research topics: building technologies solutions for energy retrofit, building simulations modeling. She collaborates in national and EU projects (i.e. FP7 Geo-clustering to deploy the potential of Energy efficient Buildings across EU; FP7 Envelope Approach to improve Sustainability and Energy efficiency in Existing residential buildings; H2020 ALliance for Deep RENovation in buildings; Zero Energy Buildings in Smart Urban District).

She he is author and reviewer of several articles on scientific journals.

Email:  marta.sesana(at)polimi.it   
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