REHVA awards every year student works from his Member countries: Bachelor or Master students nominated by each Member association can compete presenting their thesis on indoor environmental quality, energy balance, heating/cooling/ventilation systems, building services or any other topic directly related with REHVA's activity.
The REHVA Student Competition 2019 will take place at CLIMA Congress 2019 in Bucharest, at the National Library of Romania (Bulevardul Unirii 22, București 030833), on Monday, 27 May 2019. The winner will compete in the World Student Competition on the following day. The winners from both competitions will be awarded on Wednesday, 29 May during the CLIMA 2019 closing ceremony.
existing regulations, guidelines, standards and other initiatives on the inspection of stand-alone ventilation system, assess the development of the stock of ventilation systems in EU buildings till 2050 and analyse the relevance, feasibility and scope of possible measures for inspection.
Active Task Forces in 2019 (indicative list)
Date of publication
REHVA-ISHRAE Building Commissioning Guidelines
MedZEB Part I
Quality Management for Buildings
Ole Teisen, Stefan Plesser
Hygiene in air-conditioning systems (GB 9 update)
Hygiene in drinking-water supply systems
Thomas Wollstein, Christian Schauer
Air filtration in HVAC systems (GB 11 update)
REHVA -ASHRE joint GB on NZEB Hospitals
2019 / TBD
IEQ in nZEB schools (REHVA-ISHRAE)
Design guidelines for HybridGEOTABS buildings
Office buildings’ EPC common scale
Martin Thalfeldt, Jarek Kurnitski
MedZEB Part II
The students will need to register to CLIMA. Students discounts are available, check here the entrance fees.