Cet événement aura lieu le

mercredi 16:00 - 17:30, salle plénière

Description

Le secteur de la construction joue un rôle important dans l’économie de chaque pays industrialisé. Cette industrie souhaite de plus en plus participer au développement durable, ce qui implique notamment de s’assurer que les matériaux proviennent de pratiques durables et qu’ils ont une faible empreinte environnementale. Le bois, avec sa capacité d’emmagasiner le carbone, a tout avantage à être utilisé dans la construction et dans l’aménagement des bâtiments. Cette plénière servira à exposer les avantages et les défis d’utiliser le bois dans une optique de bioéconomie forestière et de développement durable pour les générations futures.

  • La Cartoucherie
    • Conférencier #1 : David Bruchon, ICADE, France
  • Effect on carbon footprinting of timber structures in china
    • Speaker #1 : Weiqing Liu, Nanjing Tech University
  • Wood strategy impact on construction and urbanisation
    • Conférencier #2 : Johan Thorsell, Växjö Municipality, Sweden

Conférencier(s)

  • David Bruchon

    ICADE, France

  • Weiqing Liu

    Nanjing Tech University

    Professor Liu obtained a PhD in Structural Engineering from Southeast University of China. He has been working at Nanjing Tech University as a full professor of structural engineering since 1998 and was a visiting professor at the University of West Virginia, USA. Professor Liu is the chief editor of several national codes for timber structures in China. He is the Chair Professor of Civil Engineering in Nanjing Tech University and his research interests include timber structures, composite structures and structural seismic control. Professor Liu started to research timber structures in 2001 and has made significant contributions to the development of timber structures in China. He is the chief editor of the national standards General Specification of Timber Structures (under development) and the Technical Standard for Multi-Storey and High-Rise Timber Buildings (GB/T 51226). He has published more than 500 academic papers, developed more than 40 invention patents. Professor Liu has promoted many engineering applications on mass timber structures and bridges in China, including a 100-metre span timber bridge that was built in 2018. He has received many awards for his scientific achievements from the national and provincial governments in China.

  • Johan Thorsell

    Växjö Municipality, Sweden