Call for Attendance

  • 01 July / 15 July 2017
  • London
Workshop Email
workshops@ierek.com
Introduction

Join one of the world’s leading Universities in Architecture, Computing and Engineering to live the London experience – the most cosmopolitan and culturally rich city in the world by participating in our summer school. You will have the opportunity to visit some of the most iconic buildings and sites such as The Gherkin, The Shard, Tate Morden, Olympic Park, Big Ben, Houses of the Parliment, Victoria & Albert Museum, 20 Fenchurch St Building (Sky Garden), The Leadenhall Building, City Hall, National Theatre etc. You will be also taught by world class professors in Architecture, Engineering and Computer Science.

Summer School Topics

Sign up for one of the following programmes :
1. Evolving Architecture and Urbanism in London: Smart Buildings on Critical territories
2. Working Sustainably towards London 2020 (Smart cities, Sustainable Energy and Green IT)

Summer School Fees

IEREK is glad to inform you of the offers that we have regarding the UEL summer school workshop! You can get a discount on the workshop attendance following how many members in your group there will be. This offer stands up to at least 5 members. The discounts offered are as follows:

Number of Members Discount Offered for extra members
5 50% for the 6th member
6 60% for the 7th member
7 70% for the 8th member
8 80% for the 9th member
9 90% for the 10th member
10 100% for the 11th member

The school is self-financing.
Therefore, the regular fee for participants is set in 1250.00 €, according with the budget needs.
covers course fees, campus accommodation, site visits to historical places, and all lunche.

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Description Fees
Total fees ( including Sightseeing ) € 1250
Important Dates
Date From Date To Notes
Registration Deadline March 1, 2017
Payment Deadline March 25, 2017
letter of visa ( for those who need a visa entry) March 30, 2017
summer school Launch July 1, 2017 July 15, 2017
Summer School Programme

Programme 1: Evolving Architecture and Urbanism in London: Smart Buildings on Critical Territories 

Saturday 1st July Arrival at UEL Student Accommodation 

Sunday 2nd July

Free day in London Suggestions:

Museum of London, Madame Taussaud’s, London Eye, Tower of London, British Museum, Chessington Adventure Park, Oxford Street, Westfield, Biscester Village, etc, etc!! http://www.visitlondon.com/

Monday 3rd July

Welcome, Introduction, Campus and Facilities tour / Beginning of lectures

Tuesday 4th July

Lectures and site visits, Central London

Walkie Talkie and Cheesegrater Buildings (TBC)

Wednesday 5th July

Smart Building and Landscape Design Lecture and Project tutorials

Thursday 6th July

Design strategies from a specific Practice in London and their design approaches

Practice office (TBC)

Friday 7th July

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the Crystal: A sustainable cities initiative by Siemens  

Field trip to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Crystal Building Siemens

Saturday 8th July

City Trip

Cambridge/Oxford/Bath (TBC)

Sunday 9th July

Free Day Suggestions:

Museum of London, Madame Taussaud’s, London Eye, Tower of London, British Museum, Chessington Adventure Park, Oxford Street, Westfield, Biscester Village, etc, etc!! http://www.visitlondon.com/

Monday 10th July

Designing for the climate Project tutorials  

Tuesday 11th July

Technology in design – The Practice approach

Practice Office TBC

Wednesday 12th July

Building Research Establishment (BRE) Innovation Park

Field trip

Thursday 13th July

Project tutorials and preparation for final review All day project tutorials

Friday 14th July

Programme Project Review and Award Ceremony Award Certification and Closing Dinner

Saturday 15th July

Check out from UEL Student Accommodation 



Programme 2: Working Sustainably towards London 2020 (Smart Cities, Sustainable Energy and Green IT) 

Saturday 1st July

Arrival at UEL Student Accommodation

Sunday 2nd July

Free day in London Suggestions: Museum of London, Madame Taussaud’s, London Eye, Tower of London, British Museum, Chessington Adventure Park, Oxford Street, Westfield, Biscester Village, etc, etc!! http://www.visitlondon.com/

Monday 3rd July

Welcome, Introduction, Campus and Facilities tour / Beginning of lectures Social Activity

Tuesday 4th July

Product Design: “Design for a Greener planet” Visit to Design Museum

Wednesday 5th July

Keeping a city green Visit to London Wetland Centre

Thursday 6th July

Designing sustainable energy systems Visit to The Building Centre

Friday 7th July

Health Tech: Keeping your population healthy Visit to Wellcome Building Saturday 8th July City Trip Cambridge/Oxford/Bath (TBC)

Sunday 9th July

Free Day Suggestions: Museum of London, Madame Taussaud’s, London Eye, Tower of London, British Museum, Chessington Adventure Park, Oxford Street, Westfield, Biscester Village, etc, etc!! http://www.visitlondon.com/

Monday 10th July

Sustainable Construction Management Visit to construction site

Tuesday 11th July

Using sustainable ICT to achieve digital goals Visit to Siemens Crystal

Wednesday 12th July

The role of mechanical engineering in sustainability Visit to Science Museum

Thursday 13th July

Resilient Design: Is Resilience the New Sustainability Visit to Canary Wharf

Friday 14th July

Smart Logistics in a smart city and Award Ceremony Visit to Amazon Warehouse and Award Certification and Closing Dinner

Saturday 15th July

Check out from UEL Student Accommodation

Benefits of Attending

Learning Outcomes for the modules

A. Evolving Architecture and Urbanism in London: Smart Buildings on Critical Territories.

B. Working Sustainably towards London 2020 (Smart Cities, Sustainable Energy and Green IT

At the end of these modules, students will be able to:

  1. Develop an understanding of current research and practice in architectural design experiments,
  2. Demonstrate a coherent understanding and appreciation to interrelated issues involved in design proposals (e.g. contextual, socio-cultural, economic, etc implications)
  3. Formulate and articulate an appropriate architectural proposal based on the acquired theoretical and methodological perspectives;
  4. Demonstrate appropriate academic integrity, avoiding plagiarism and / or collusion and/or other forms of academic misconduct, by use of citation and reference as appropriate for the subject, using their own academic voice
  5. Develop an understanding of current trends of Green IT, renewable energy and how to incorporate this trend within companies’ strategies.
  6. Demonstrate a coherent understanding and appreciation to interrelated issues involved in design proposals (e.g. contextual, socio-cultural, economic, etc implications)
  7. Evaluate and interpret concepts and principles in different task/project
  8. Work effectively and appropriately with peers and tutors to reach a cogent arguments or judgment appropriate to the subject matter studies.
  9. New ideas development and expanding creativity by working in various projects including topics from architecture, mechanical, engineering and computing.
Location

University of East London – England