Training Activities

CLIMATE FOR CULTURE aims to promote a lively exchange of new knowledge on climate change and cultural heritage topics by providing a framework for training and education.

To support these dissemination activities seminars on climate change scenarios, risk and damage assessment, building simulation and mitigation strategies are taking place continuously during the course of the project. These are geared towards professionals from various fields of cultural heritage and related disciplines and are also intended for information and training of SMEs and stakeholders involved in the project. 

An important aspect are professional seminars and project meetings to be offered for PhD students
who are working within CLIMATE FOR CULTURE. Project results will be integrated into the development of a curriculum for a European Masters programme for conservators, architects and engineers.


23-27/09/2013 | Crete, Greece
Special seminar on media training and scientific publishing during the annual conference of Climate for Culture
23/09/2013 | Heraklion, Crete, Greece
PhD Seminar


06/11/2012 | Munich, Germany
PhD Seminar


January-December, 2011 | Visby, Sweden
Further education courses on indoor climate and energy efficiency in historic building
04-05/10/2011 | Benediktbeuern, Germany
Climate Culture building seminar by project partner Andreas Weiss
12/09/2011 | Visby, Sweden
PhD Seminar


18-22/10/2010 | Padua, Italy
Short Course on microclimate monitoring organized by project partner Dario Camuffo, CNR-ISAC
12/10/2010 | Gothenburg, Sweden
Seminar for Master students at Chalmers University in energy efficiency and climate change
08/10/2010 | Dubrovnik, Croatia
Coaching seminar for strengthening multidisciplinary and multicultural teamwork - Icebreaker method by Björn Eklund
05/10/2010 | Dubrovnik, Croatia
PhD Seminar
07/07/2010 | Visby, Sweden
National seminar on energy policies and energy efficiency in historic buildings
24/04/2010 | Gothenburg, Sweden
Course for the Church of Sweden on heating and climate control in churches
05/03/2010 | Stockholm, Sweden
Seminar at the National Heritage Board on cultural heritage and climate