JPCL2019

The Japanese-Chilean symposium on resilient and sustainable architecture for coping with natural hazards. Mutual cooperation and future challenges.

The symposium

The project consists on a scientific meeting and symposium involving Japanese and Chilean participants in a topic of interest for both counterparts: Both Japan and Chile are countries that face important natural hazards (climate change, earthquakes, tsunamis…) which greatly affect their built environment, their cities, their urban planning, their collective memory and their societies. The project is focused on a concrete case study: The earthquake and tsunami of 2010 in greater Concepción area.

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Thematic areas

The symposium cover 4 thematic areas:

  1. Sustainable HVAC, equipment and comfort systems in a context of disasters, climate change and scarcity of energy. Environmental impact of building industry.
  2. Heritage and built environment. Preserving and maintaining buildings, cities and collective memory.
  3. Government, society and policy framework: Safety in urban planning and risk assessment.
  4. New technologies applied to buildings and urban planning against disasters.
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Why attend?

The symposium is aimed at a variety of audiences.

  • Undergraduate students, preferably, but not limited, from architecture and building engineering.
  • Postgraduate students, related to architecture, urban planning, heritage, building environment and engineering.
  • Researchers, academic staff and professors.
  • Representatives from companies, civil servants and government representatives.
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Speakers

Registration

Professionals – profesionales
Free

Full access to conferences

Acceso completo a conferencias

Coffee Break

Incluye coffee break

Document Sheets

Documentación del simposio

Free registration

Registro gratuíto

20 seats available

20 asientos disponibles

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Undergraduates – Estudiantes pregrado
Free

Full access to conferences

Acceso completo a las conferencias

Coffee Break

Incluye coffee break

Official certificate of attendant

Certificado oficial de asistencia

Free registration

Registro gratuito

70 seats available

70 asientos disponibles.

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Postgraduates – Estudiantes posgrado
Free

Full access to conferences

Acceso completo a las conferencias

Coffee Break

Incluye coffee break

Official certificate of attendant

Certificado oficial de asistencia

Free registration

Registro gratuito

30 seats available

30 asientos disponibles.

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Academics – Académicos
Free

Full access to conferences

Acceso completo a las conferencias

Coffee Break

Incluye coffee break

Lunch

Acceso a almuerzo

Free registration

Registro gratuito

20 seats available

20 asientos disponibles.

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Program

This conference run through all 5 days from 7 - 11 January 2019.
We also provide free coffee break in each day.
Day 1
07 Jan 2019
Day 2
08 Jan 2019
Day 3
09 Jan 2019
Day 4
10 Jan 2019
Day 5
11 Jan 2019
Day 6
14 Jan 2019

Fieldwork visit (Talcahuano)

Visita de campo al barrio Huerta-Alianza de Talcahuano. Este barrio es objeto del programa “Quiero mi barrio” del MINVU para formar comunidades sostenibles y resilientes ante desastres naturales. Para los...
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12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Lunch at Talcahuano

Fieldwork visit (Tomé and Dichato)

Visita de campo a Tomé y Dichato, dos de las ciudades más afectadas por el tsunami de 2010. Visitaremos las obras de recuperación y reordenación del frente marítimo. Los asistentes...
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Fieldwork visit (Lota)

Visita de campo a Lota: Punto de encuentro. 10:30 horas en los pabellones mineros de Lota Alto. Parque y mansión de la familia Cousiño. Casas mineras. Piques mineros (chiflón del Diablo)
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Lunch in Villa Schwager

Fieldwork visit (Lota and Villa Schwager)

Visita de campo a Lota y Villa Schwager: Villa Schwager. Ruinas mineras de la antigua factoría de carbón.

Exhibition: Japanese sustainable emergency architecture for disaster.

Exposición: Arquitectura sustentable de emergencia para desastres en Japón.

Acreditación – Acreditation

Acreditación de asistentes al simposio en el vestíbulo del aula magna.

OPENING SPEECH

Discurso de apertura del simposio. Intervendrá D. Eric Forcael Durán, Director de Relaciones Institucionales de la Universidad del Bío-Bío. Presentación del simposio. Intervendrá Jesús Alberto Pulido Arcas, organizador del simposio.

Energy efficiency – Human Factors in the design of sustainable built environments

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
altomonte
Sergio Altomonte

Energy efficiency – Climate adaption through adaptive comfort algorithms: energy consumption, global warming and fuel poverty implications

Adaptación al clima a través de algoritmos de confort adaptativo: Consumo de energía, calentameinto global y pobreza energética.
rubio
Carlos Rubio Bellido

Energy efficiency – Energy efficiency in buildings: what are we in?

More information about the speaker and the topic of the conference will be available soon
bustamante
Waldo Bustamante Gómez

Energy efficiency – Roundtable

More information about the speaker and the topic of the conference will be available soon
MT
Maureen Trebilcock Kelly
bustamante
Waldo Bustamante Gómez
altomonte
Sergio Altomonte
rubio
Carlos Rubio Bellido
10:40 am - 11:00 am

Break

Heritage – Passive design towards the next generation

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
kaneko
Naoshi Kaneko

Heritage – Industrial heritage in the center south of Chile

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
lopez meza
María Isabel López Meza

Heritage – Protection of Philippine architectural heritage. The cultural project of Jesuit House 1730

Protección del patrimonio arquitectónico Filipino: Proyecto cultural Casa Jesuita 1730.
Juan Ramón Jiménez Verdejo

Heritage – Roundtable

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
kaneko
Naoshi Kaneko
lopez meza
María Isabel López Meza
Juan Ramón Jiménez Verdejo
pulido
Jesús Alberto Pulido Arcas
12:20 pm - 2:00 pm

Lunch break – Almuerzo

Research panel: Thermal comfort in buildings – Panel de Investigación: Bienestar y Confort en las Edificaciones

This workshop will gather experts in thermal comfort: Academics, students and professionals. They will be able to interact closely with other counterparts in order to propose and plan research proposals and future cooperation in the field of thermal comfort. Este workshop reunirá a expertos en confort térmico. Se podrá interactuar de modo cercano con los ponentes para conversar y proponer futuras líneas de cooperación en el campo del confort térmico.

Innovation and new technologies – Innovaciones en el desarrollo de materiales aislantes térmicos biobasados para el mercado de la construcción sustentable

La sociedad demanda hoy día edificios no sólo eficientes energéticamente sino que además sustentables, con lo que se obliga además a que se tenga que limitar la suma de los...
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bobadilla
Ariel Bobadilla Moreno

Innovation and new technologies – Plug-in Housing Vertical Subdivision for Sustainable Built Environments

Subdivisión vertical de viviendas conectadas para entornos construidos sostenibles.
Masa Noguchi

Innovation and new technologies – Projections of 3D Printed Construction in Architecture

Innovación y nuevas tecnologías - Proyecciones de la Construcción Impresa 3D en Arquitectura
garcía
Rodrigo García Alvarado

Innovation and new technologies – Roundtable

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
rocamora
Alejandro Martínez Rocamora
bobadilla
Ariel Bobadilla Moreno
Masa Noguchi
garcía
Rodrigo García Alvarado
10:20 am - 10:40 am

Break

Public policy – Presentation 1

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
cordaro
Margarita Cordaro Cárdenas

Public policy – Presentation 2

More information about the topic of the presentation will be available soon.
manriquez
Sebastián Manriquez

Public Policy – Integración de criterios de Resiliencia y Sustentabilidad para el diseño de edificios educacionales en Chile.

Phd. Beatriz Piderit will participate with the presentation entitled: Resilience and sustainability criteria for designing educational facilities in Chile.
piderit
Beatriz Piderit Moreno

Public policy – Roundtable

More information about the topic of the conference will be available soon
troncoso
Lorena Troncoso Valencia
piderit
Beatriz Piderit Moreno
cordaro
Margarita Cordaro Cárdenas
manriquez
Sebastián Manriquez
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

LUNCH BREAK

Research panel: Fuel poverty – Panel de investigación: Pobreza energética

This workshop will gather experts in thermal comfort: Academics, students and professionals. They will be able to interact closely with other counterparts in order to propose and plan research proposals and future cooperation in the field of thermal comfort. Este workshop reunirá a expertos en confort térmico. Se podrá interactuar de modo cercano con los ponentes para conversar y proponer futuras líneas de cooperación en el campo del confort térmico.

Business breakfast – Desayuno de trabajo

Business breakfast for academics and professionals. Japanese, Chileans and other foreign participants will be able to interchange ideas for future cooperation in the sphere of business, research and academia. This event is sponsored by RINNAI and NOVACLIMA. Desayuno de trabajo para académicos y profesionales. Los participantes japoneses, chilenos y extranjeros compartirán ideas para la cooperación futura en los campos académicos y profesional. Evento privado por invitación.
kaneko
Naoshi Kaneko
rocamora
Alejandro Martínez Rocamora
piderit
Beatriz Piderit Moreno
manriquez
Sebastián Manriquez
soto
Jaime Soto Muñoz
MT
Maureen Trebilcock Kelly
bobadilla
Ariel Bobadilla Moreno
altomonte
Sergio Altomonte
Juan Ramón Jiménez Verdejo
pulido
Jesús Alberto Pulido Arcas
rubio
Carlos Rubio Bellido
garcía
Rodrigo García Alvarado

Earthquakes and resilience – Urban resilience and building types in areas prone to risk of tsunami

Resiliencia urbana en zonas de riesgo de maremoto y tipos de edificación según exposición al tsunami.
cartes
Iván Cartes Siade

Earthquakes and resilience – Presentation 3

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claudio
Claudio Deney Torrealba

Earthquakes and resilience – National plan for mitigation of disaster risks. The case-study of Talcahuano.

Plan piloto nacional de reducción de desastres. El caso de Talcahuano
aromstrong
EMILIO ARMSTRONG SOTO
soto
Catalina Soto Olivares

Earthquakes and resilience – Roundtable

.
Gabriella De Angelis
aromstrong
EMILIO ARMSTRONG SOTO
soto
Catalina Soto Olivares
claudio
Claudio Deney Torrealba
cartes
Iván Cartes Siade
Toshikazu Hanazato
pulido
Jesús Alberto Pulido Arcas
11:20 am - 11:40 am

Coffee break

Location

University of Bío-Bio

Av. Collao nº1202 – Casilla 5-C, Concepción (Chile)

+56-41-311-1780Contact: Prof. Jesús A. Pulido Arcas

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Hosting academic Institution

Japan Foundation

Funding Institution

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Sponsors

The organizing committee wants to gratefully acknowledge
the fundings provided by the following sponsors.
  • The Japan Foundation
  • UBB
  • Novaclima
  • Rinnai
  • MINVU
  • CORFO
  • cypics
  • CITCE
  • dcc