For these reasons, an important goal for the future is to be able to monitor the moisture status of buildings non-invasively, using ‘building assistant systems’. What this means is that designing and installing moisture and waterproofing monitoring systems need to become standard. To implement such systems, we need people with appropriate, documented qualifications.
In this practically-oriented university course you will learn, based on fundamental principles, how to identify problem presentations, how to use simulation tools to design adequate solutions for practical situations, and how to analyze monitoring data.
The university course consists of 5 modules. If applicants can show evidence of sufficient existing qualifications, they do not have to attend Module 0 ‘Basic Principles’.
Module 0: BASIC PRINCIPLES (optional)
Module 1: DESIGN
Module 2: DATA ANALYSIS
Module 3: INSTALLATION IN PRACTICE
Module 4: PROJECT WORK
This course is designed for
Next course date: to be announced
Any one of the following qualifications is sufficient for admission to the course:
Baumeister Dipl.-Ing. BSc
TU Graz, Institute of Building Construction