第2回パッシブハウス アジア・カンファレンス2017 in 東京

THE 2nd PASSIVE HOUSE ASIA CONFERENCE 2017 in Tokyo

The Second Passive House Asia Conference 2017 in Tokyo

Following on from the First Passive House Asia Conference, Qingdao 2016, the Second Passive House Asia Conference will be held in Tokyo this year. This year’s theme is “Passive House and humid summer”
Dr. Jürgen Schnieders, a summer specialist studying the programming of calculations for the cooling and dehumidifying equipment at Passive House Institute, has been invited and will give the keynote speech on the theme of “Summer in Passive Houses.” There will also be lectures from our Asian neighbors, talks about passive house initiatives in various countries, and a panel discussion.
The conference will search for answers to the question of ideal passive houses in the hot and humid Asian region, and Passive House Japan (PHJ) will start to enter into dialogue with low-energy experts from across Asia with the common keyword of “passive houses.”

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The Second Passive House Asia Conference 2017 in Tokyo
24th August 2017.(Thu.)-26th August 2017.(Sat.)

Thu 8/24 Optional Tour Part 1
Fri 8/25 Main Forum 10:00-17:30
(registration at 9:30)
Evening Reception 18:30-20:30
Sat 8/26 Optional Tour Part 2

Main forum venue:The Ito Hall at the Ito International Research Center (within The University of Tokyo)


Profile


Keynote Speech:Dr. Jürgen Schnieders(Germany)
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Passivhaus Institut

Studied physics with a focus on solar energy and efficient energy use. Member of the scientific staff of the Passivhaus Institut, Darmstadt, Germany, since 1997. Ph.D. on Passive Houses in the mildly warm climates of South West Europe in 2009.

Major fields of work:
– Development of energy balance procedures for the design of Passive Houses
– Development and application of dynamic hygro-thermal simulation software
– Evaluation of field monitoring data
– Investigations on the applicability of the Passive House approach in different regions and climates


Session 1:Yu Zhengjie (Qingdao)
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General Manager of Sino-German United Group Co., Ltd.
CEO of Qingdao Passive House Engineering & Technology Co., Ltd.

Participated in formulation of the Technical Guidance of Passive Ultra-Low Energy Consumption Buildings, issued by the Chinese Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.
Joint project with the Siemens Group to establish an intelligent control energy-saving platform for the passive house.
Completed the Passive House Technology Center (GFA: 13,768.6㎡; PH Database ID: 4674), Qingdao, in 2016.
Hosted the 1st Asian Passive House Conference in Qingdao in 2016.

Session 1:Dr.Yu Zhen(Beijing)
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LEED AP
Director of the High Performance Building Research Center and Deputy Director of the Green Building Research and Design Center, China Academy of Building Research
China Green Building Council fellow
Member of the green building certification reviewing board of the Chinese Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

2000 B.S. with honors in Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, China
2002 M.S. in Building Science, Tsinghua University
2010 DPhil in Engineering Science, Oxford University, UK
In the past five years, member of a number of government boards and councils tasked with establishing national standards for passive low-energy buildings, low-carbon buildings and others


Session 2:Cho Yoon-Boum (South Korea)
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Member of the Chamber of Architects Baden-Württemberg
Germany Certified Passive House Designer

2000 Diploma in Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Stuttgart, Germany
2000–2002 LOG-ID Green Solar Architecture, Tübingen, Germany
2002–2004 Prof. Wagner Architecture, Stuttgart, Germany
2004– Undertook architecture office projects in Seoul
2012–2016 Green Passive Building Energy Consulting Office, Seoul
2017– Institute for Environmentally Sound and Sustainable Architecture (ESSA), Ajou University, South Korea

Coordinator for the South Korea-Germany partnership in a LOHAS Academy project in Goesan (PH Database ID: 2957), completed in 2013


Session 3:Shih-Chieh Yeh (Taiwan)
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Representative of BWK Green Architecture Co., Ltd.
Certified Passive House Designer
BREEAM AP

B.S. in Architecture, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
2011 Major in Environmental Design, University of Bath, UK
2012 Research on thermal comfort optimization to increase energy efficiency in elderly care centers
BREEAM AP, certified Passive House Designer
2015 Established BWK Green Architecture Co., Ltd. to start promoting the Passive House movement and offering related training
2016 Established the Taiwan Passive House Forum

Recent focus: Passive renovation for complex housing (PH Database ID: 5265) in Taipei


Session 4:Yuanjian Xie(Shanghai)
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CTO of Landsea Group Co., Ltd.
Chairman of the Passive House of Alliance (PHA) China

1987 B.S. in Architecture, Logistical Engineering University of PLA, China
1987–2003 Chief architect at the Nanjing Military Architectural Design Institute; Directed a number of large-scale projects
2003– Landsea Group, a Chinese real estate developer operating in China, Germany and the US.


Session 5:Miwa Mori(Japan)
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Representative Director of Passive House Japan
Founder of Key Architects
Visiting Professor at Tohoku University of Art and Design
Member of the Chamber of Architects Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Certified Passive House Designer

1999 B.S. in Architecture, Yokohama National University, Japan
2002 Diploma in Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Stuttgart, Germany
2002–2004 Mahler Güster Fuchs Architekten GmbH, Stuttgart
2004–2008 Bucholz McEvoy Architects, Dublin; Engaged in design for energy-efficient commercial facilities
2008–2009 MosArt Architects, a landscape design specialist in Ireland; Undertook prototype design for passive house-standard social housing projects hosted by the Irish government
2009 Established Key Architects Ltd. in Kamakura, Japan
2010 Established Passive House Japan, an NPO, becoming its representative director

At Passive House Japan, the Green Building Inspector seminar has welcomed a cumulative total of more than 3,000 participants seeking to be certified as such, including over 2,000 who hold the certification as of 2017. Corporate membership has reached 150.
As the official Japanese contact for Germany-based Passivhaus-Institut, Mori works to promote the social shift to alternative energy sources.
Her latest architecture work involves the third phase section in the Passive Town project in Kurobe (PH Database ID: 5304).
Designed Japan’s first EnerPHit certified renovation project.


Panel discussion:Kazuya Matsuo(Japan)
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Representative Director of the Matsuo Architects Office
Member of the Japan Institute of Architects
First-class registered architect; APEC Architect
Director of Passive House Japan
Director of Passive Window Japan
Executive Director of the Roof & Wall Ventilation Association
Member of the Subcommittee for Revising Housing Guidelines, Energy Conservation Committee, the Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan

1998 B.S. in Architecture (thermal environment engineering), Kyushu University, Japan
2005 Received a Sustainable Building and Housing Award at the 2005 World Sustainable Building Conference in Tokyo, hosted by the Institute for Building Environment and Energy Conservation
2012 Gave lectures on countermeasures against global warming for local government environmental officials at the Japanese Ministry of the Environment

A founding member and director of Passive House Japan. Since its foundation in 2009, Matsuo has worked to introduce to Japan the world’s pioneering low-energy building concept established in Germany by developing methods to adapt it to the local climate. An organizer and lecturer for the semiannual Green Building Inspector seminar at Passive House Japan.

Panel discussion:Masayuki Mae(Japan)
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Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
Area of specialty: Architectural environment
Research topics: Energy efficiency for building and housing
Recent focus: Development of practical primary energy consumption assessment methods for energy-efficient water heating and cogeneration systems; development of element technologies and design methods for housing to simultaneously increase energy-efficiency and comfort

Mar. 1998 B.S. in Architecture, the University of Tokyo
Mar 2000 M.S. in Architecture, the University of Tokyo
Mar 2003 PhD in Architecture, the University of Tokyo
Apr. 2003 Won a research grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; Building Research Institute, Japan
Apr. 2004 Researcher at the Building Research Institute
Oct. 2004 Visiting assistant professor at the University of Tokyo Graduate School, sponsored by Tokyo Electric Power Company

Major government committee membership:

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan: Council Subcommittee for the Act on Improving the Energy Efficiency of Buildings and Social Capital Development; Social Capital Development Council Architecture Subcommittee

Institute for Building Environment and Energy Conservation: Primary Energy Consumption Assessment WG and Water Heating and Cogeneration Systems WG (senior member)

Academic memberships: Architectural Institute of Japan, the Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan, Japan Solar Energy Society

Panel discussion:Sven Ring(Qingdao)
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WFP Architekten, Qingdao

2000–2001 Exchange student at the School of Architecture and Urban Design, Tongji University, Shanghai
2008 Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning, Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany
2009– Involved in a number of projects in China, undertaking project management, architectural design, instruction and design management for passive house construction. Supported coordination for China-Germany joint projects using language skills. Participated in building the Passive House Technology Center in Qingdao.


Program
Main forum
25th August(Friday)

Theme:Passive house-like approaches in hot and humid climate in Asia
Program:

9:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:15 Greetings by guests
Video message from Dr.Wolfgang Feist,Passive House Institute
10:15-10:30 Greetings by guesPassive House Certification Ceremony
“Passivetown Block J”,”Tochoji Zen Temple”
10:30-11:30 Keynote speech, Mr. Dr. Jürgen Schnieders of Passivehouse institut
11:30-13:00 Buffet lunch and exhibision visit
13:00-13:30 Session 1(guest speaker from Qingdao, China)Mr. Yu Zhengjie,Qingdao Passive House Engineering & Technology Co., LTD
(guest speaker from Beijing, China)Mr. Yu Zhen, China Academy of Building Research
13:30-14:00 Session 2(guest speaker from South korea)Mr. Yoon-Boum, Cho, Institute for Environmentally Sound and Sustainable Architecture in AJOU University 
14:00-14:30 Session 3(guest speaker from Taiwan)Mr. Shih-Chieh Yeh, BWK Green Architecture Co. Ltd./ Taiwan Passive House forum
14:30-14:45 Coffee break
14:45-15:15 Session 4(guest speaker from Shanghai, China)Mr. Yuanjian Xie, Landsea Group/Passive House of Alliance China
15:15-16:00 Session 5 Japanese examples of cooling / dehumidification (Ms. Miwa Mori)
16:00-16:15 Coffee break
16:15-17:15 Panel discussion/ Coordinator:Mr. Kazuya Matsuo(Passive House Japan)
Presenters:guest speakers and Dr. Masayuki Mae
(Department of Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo)
17:15-17:30 Closing ceremony

Depending on the situation, the program might be changed.

Target participants:Architectural technicians, building materials manufacturers, related academics and others
Maximum number of participants:300 people
Participation fee (including buffet lunch)

  Ordinary participants  Students 
Early booking  ¥20,000 per person  ¥10,000 per person 
From 1.August- ¥25,000 per person  ¥15,000 per person 

Evening reception

After the conference a reception party will be held at the Bunyukaku building in Tochoji Temple (Zen Buddhist temple, Passive house Database ID 5260) that has received Low Energy Building accreditation from the Passive House Institute.

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Venue:Bunyukaku building at Tochoji Temple, Tokyo
The temple belongs to the Zen Buddhist and was constructed with the theme of creating a piece of religious architecture that will be passed down to future generations 100 years hence by maximizing the resourcefulness of contemporary design, and structural and facility technology.
Living as we do in the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake, we have to think not only about seismic resistance but also the energy used in buildings. By improving the insulation performance of the building, the temple was able to suppress energy use to a bare minimum. There is plenty to see at the temple, including a cooling and heating system that uses underground thermal energy.

Maximum number of participants:50 people
Meal type:Standing buffet party
Participation fee:¥5,000 per person
*The communication language will be in English. There is no interpreter service.


Optional tour Part 1
24th.August (Thu.)

A tour will be held of the “Neoma World” of Asahi Kasei Construction Materials Corporation, the manufacturers of a phenolic foam insulation material called Neoma Foam. This is a facility located in Sakai Town in the Sashima district of Ibaraki Prefecture that was built with the theme of a warm lifestyle. It consists of an exhibition block and residential prototype where visitors can enjoy learning and experiencing Neoma Foam, heated environments and insulation technologies.
The major attraction is without doubt high-performance residential prototype that has an annual heating demand of just 22kWh/m²a. The two-story wooden-built building was completed in 2017. It is a house that maintains comfortable indoor temperatures throughout all the seasons with just one room air conditioner, split unit and satisfies an array of low energy building specifications.
In addition to the comfortable environment created by high-precision insulation work, visitors can see ingenious measures such as the installation of air conditioners under the floors and in the attic space made possible by shortening the HRV system ducting route. The “Neoma Foam” insulation material is with the lamda-value of 0.020W/mK. A newer version with 0.018W/mK will be produced from the next year.

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Schedule:

9:00 Meeting at Tokyo Station and go to the “Neoma World” by chartered bus.
10:30 Visit to Neoma World
13:00 Talk session of Dr. Jürgen Schnieders and Ms.Miwa Mori
16:00 Return to Tokyo Station and disband (scheduled times)

Venue:Asahi Kasei Construction Materials Corporation’s “Neoma World” (Sakai Town, Sashima District, Ibaraki Prefecture)
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Maximum number of participants:40 people
Participation fee:¥5,000 per person(including bus transport and meal)
*The communication language will be in English.


Optional tour Part 2
26th. August(Sat.)

There will be a tour of the “PASSIVE TOWN” (https://www.passivetown.jp) by YKK Group and a Passive House as a single family home in timber construction.
Participants on this tour will be able to see the single family house in Passive House standard (Passive House Database ID:4640)
Started in 2015 by YKK Group, and the 1st to 3rd project phase built as low-energy multiple dwelling complexes. The 1st phase, completed in 2016, was designed by Yuichiro Kodama, the 2nd, completed in 2016, by the world-famous architect Fumihiko Maki, and the 3rd, completed in 2017, by Key Architects Ltd. In the 3rd phase, by retro-fitting a 30-year-old four-story reinforced concrete structure, an annual heating demand of 20kWh/m²a has been achieved. The housing complex is the first in Japan to be awarded with EnerPHit accreditation.

Passive town(Passive House Database ID:5304), where about 250 houses will be completed by 2025 with “passive design” is also interesting in terms of use of renewable energy such as thermal solar collector, Biomassboiler(Non-operation in summer term), and groundwater. All apartment units are equipped with the newest PVC window by YKK AP. Their sliding door is achieving a high U-value and air-tightness but operated by one finger due to its bearing system.

Mr. Shunsaku Miyagi is responsible for landscape design of the whole district. A new lifestyle that coexists with the surrounding environment has been proposed.

Please take a closer look at this opportunity.

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Schedule:

   
9:00 Meeting at Tokyo Station
Go to Kurobe Unazuki Onsen Station on the Hokuriku Shinkansen (bullet train)
Planned visit to the passive town and Maezawa Passive House
20:00 Disband at Tokyo Station

Maximum number of participants:40 people
Participation fee:¥30,000 per person(including Shinkansen round-trip tickets, lunch and dinner)
*The communication language will be in English.


How to apply

 

Main forum
Fri 8/25 10:00-17:30
20,000 yen
Apply
+
Optional tour part1
Thu 8/24
5,000 yen
SOLD OUT
Evening reception
Fri 8/25 18:30-20:30
5,000 yen
SOLD OUT
Optional tour part2
Sat 8/26
30,000 yen
SOLD OUT

※To participate above options, it is necessary to participate main forum.

Full course
Reserve all
60,000 yen
SOLD OUT

Applicants are requested to pay in advance by credit card or bank transfer.
Please bring the QR coded ticket with you on the day.
We cannot accept cash payments on the day.

Please note that it is planned that the Third Asia Passive House Conference will take place in South Korea.

Regarding the event organizer:

   
Organizer Passive House Japan (PHJ), General Incorporated Association
Co-organizers Asahi Kasei Construction Materials Corporation and YKK AP Inc.
Supporting sponsors LIXIL Corporation, FP Corporation, Kawakami Mokuzai, Channel Original, Hauseco Co., Ltd., Plaken Co., Ltd., Plus Decora, Royal Electric Co., Ltd. , StoJapan Inc. , ISK CORPORATION , CPU Inc.
Under the auspice German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan, PHI, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, German Embassy in Japan, German Academic Exchange Service(DAAD)

後援

Contact
Mr. Gakushi Yoshida
Passive House Japan
Adress: 2-2-2, Ohmachi, Kamakura-City, 248-0007 Kanagawa, JAPAN
Tel: 0081(0)467-39-5031
E-mail: admin@passivehouse-japan.org

Passive House Japan (PHJ) is the official contact point in Japan for Passive House Institute, Germany and provides information to assist in the construction of highly functional housing suited to the Japanese climate, and make a reality of a sustainable society.
Please see here for more information on PHJ.