The Society of Wood Science and Technology holds its annual conference online this year. The registration is free! The last day to register is today, Monday the 6th of July 2020.
You might remember that some months ago we wrote about Ida and Sara visiting us at RISE Wood Building Technology in Skellefteå. They worked very hard this spring and presented their dissertation at Chalmers last week!
Are you curious how many wooden houses are built in Sweden and if tthe wood is ever recovered? Here you can find the answers!
The aim of this Work Package is to resolve the problem that current standards for building design, and timber product manufacture, require strength grading on a basis that is not compatible with reclaimed wood, and similarly varied new timber from less usual sources. The objective is for this new basis grading to be fully equivalent to that of new wood of the main commercial species.
Tamara Suligoj, Mitja Plos, Ziga Krofl and Goran Turk from University of Ljubljana answered five questions about the use and recycle of timber in Slovenia.
Mark Hughes and Bahareh Nasiri from Aalto University explain the issues that they want to answer in work package 4 of InFutURe Wood project in a video presentation. In this video presentation, they also describe the progress of this work package and some results they...
Daniel F. Llana, Marina de Arana-Fernández, Marina Arce-Blanco, Ignacio Bobadilla, Miguel Esteban, Francisco Arriaga and Guillermo Íñiguez-González, from the School of Forest Engineering and Natural Resources - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), answered five...
Michael Risse and Raphaela Ivanica from the Technical University of Munich (Wood Research Munich) answered five questions about timber construction, building documentation and the end-of-life phase of buildings in Germany.
Mark Hughes and Bahareh Nasiri from Aalto University answered five questions about the use, classification, and recycling of timber in Finland. They also considered demolition of different building types in Finland.
Due to COVID-19, the project meeting in Galway has been postponed sine die. Some meeting talks will be replaced by online presentations, and some pieces of information will be published on website