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  • YOUNG RESEARCHERS Chair: Jürgen Neugebauer Co-Chair: Christian Louter

    ARCHITECTURAL GLASS APPLICATIONS AND CASE STUDIES Chair: Nick Bagatelos Co-Chair: Cheryl Smith

    RECENT TRENDS IN INSULATING GLASS Chair: Ted Krantz Co-Chair: John Buckley

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    Pennsylvania Convention Center Pennsylvania Convention Center Pennsylvania Convention Center July 7 - 10, 2014July 7 - 10, 2014July 7 - 10, 2014July 7 - 10, 2014July 7 - 10, 2014July 7 - 10, 2014

    *This Schedule Is Subject To Change Without Notice.

    MONDAY, JULY 7

    REGISTRATION OPEN12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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    TUESDAY, JULY 8

    Welcoming Comments from Dignitaries & Event Hosts9:30 - 10:00 AM

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    TRANSATLANTIC DEBATE - Moderated by Nick Beaumont, editor of Intelligent Glass Solutions, GlassCon Global kicks off with a Transatlantic Debate on the global glazing market and North America’s place in the world. The debate will feature recognized, industry leaders such as Keith Boswell (SOM Architects), Charles Bloomberg (Rafael Viñoly Architects), Graham Dodd (Arup), Werner Jager (ai3) and James O’Callaghan (Eckersley O’Callaghan). These industry-leading panelists will discuss standards, products, design aesthetics and more. Each panelist will frame the debate with a short presentation, and then the gloves come off as audience members submit their questions live!

    10:00 - Noon

    NETWORKING LUNCHNoon - 1:30 PM

    COOPERATIVE RESEARCH Chair: Jürgen Neugebauer Co-Chair: Christian Louter

    1:30 - 2:00 PM (Keynote Presentation)

    ARCHITECTURAL GLASS APPLICATIONS AND CASE STUDIES Chair: Charlie Cook Co-Chair: Winfried Heusler

    RECENT TRENDS IN INSULATING GLASS Chair: Richard Green Co-Chair: Jack Tang

    Jan Belis, Jürgen Neugebauer , Christian Louter, Jens Schneider - Recent initiatives to enhance cooperation in structural glass research and education in Europe

    Hartmut Hillmer - University of Kassel, INA - Institute - Micromachined Tunable Micro Mirror Arrays for Active Light Steering in Smart Windows

    JianZheng (Jack) Tang, Beijing Synergy Vacuum Glazing Technology -Vacuum Glass -The Optimal Solution of Future Glass Architecture

    2:00 - 2:20 PM COST - EUROPEAN COOPERATION OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY -

    Workshop

    Sebastian Claussnitzer - Geometrical Rationalization of Complex Building Enclosure Systems

    Helen Sanders – Dynamic Facades: Solving the Green Building Challenge without Design Compromise

    2:20 - 2:40 PM Frank Grauman - Decorative Glass - A Process for Expression

    Michael Elstner - Application & Possibilities of Triple Layer Insulating Glass Units

    2:40 - 3:00 PM Mic Patterson - The Millennium IGU: Regenerative Concept for a 1000-Year Insulated Glass Unit

    Will Laufs - Recent US Innovative Glass Projects

    3:00 - 3:20 PM Brian Kaplan - Implementing, Assessing and Improving High Performance Design Strategies with the SOM HPD Portal

    Michael Maiese - Visualizing Change - A Technical Approach

    Carrie Davis - Coupled High-Strength Window and Mullion Model Validation

    3:20 - 3:50 PM AFTERNOON BREAK

    3:50 - 4:10 PM Andrew Ugbomah - Glass Innovation of Today

    Winfried Heusler - European Façade Technology - Functional Optimization and Architectural Integration

    Ted Krantz - Latest Developments in Insulated Glass

    4:10 - 4:30 PM Frederik Langezaal - Evolution of Glass Technologies in Philadelphia

    Pekka Hakkareinen/ Helen Sanders - Integrated Façades: How Technology Development and Building Codes Are Shaping the Future

    Bill Lingnell - Development of Simulation Models to Determine Thermal Stress in Insulating Glass Units

    4:30 - 4:50 PM Bert Van Lancker - Rotational Stiffness of Adhesive Connections Between Cold-Formed Steel Members and Glass Panels

    Brigham Keehner - Case Study The University Club: Using Architectural Glass to Solve a Century Old Dilemma

    Brett Jeske - Cooking with Curtain Walls: Assessing Exterior Building Refl ectivity and Subsequent Thermal Loading

    4:50 - 5:10 PM Rashed Al-Dakheel - WTC: A Dubai Comparison

    Jeppe Hundevad - When Is Glass Flat?

    Margaret Webb - Performance of Insulating Glass Units – Field Correlation Study Over 25 Years, 1980-2005

    7:00 - 9:00 PM WELCOME NETWORKING RECEPTION at National Constitution Center // YOUNG RESEARCHERS AWARD CEREMONY - GlassCon Global’s welcome reception kicks off the festivities at the National Constitution Center, which is located in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic district. The Constitution Center is located right across the lawn from one of the U.S.’ most iconic symbols: the Liberty Bell. GlassCon attendees will have the chance to network and build both new and existing relationships while looking out at historic Philadelphia. A short awards ceremony will be held during the reception to recognize GlassCon Global’s young researchers, and to announce the winners of the Young Researchers Award.

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    Barbara Siebert - Analysis of Curved Triple Insulated Glass Units: Rehabilitation of Hypo Vereinsbank Tower Munich

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    5:10 - 5:30 PM Chiara Bedon – Structural Stability of Compressed Monolithic and Laminated Glass Elements Under Blast Loads

    Attila Arian - Refurbishment of Glass Facades in Europe

    Aulikki Sonntag/Chris Stutzki - Structural Insulated Glass: Achieving Maximum Transparency on FreeForms with Curved and Flat Glass

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    Sponsored by

    YOUNG RESEARCHERS / EDUCATORS RECEPTION - at Kimmel Center (Invitation Only Event) - The Young Researchers/Educators Reception is an invite-only event that brings the global research community together to foster communication between the current and future research leaders of the architectural glass and glazing industry. It will take place at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, which features some of Philadelphia’s most impressive glass façade construction.

    6:00 - 8:00 PM

    Sponsored by

    REGISTRATION OPEN8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    NETWORKING BREAKFAST 8:30 - 9:30 AM Room #204 ABC

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    Cooperation in Research and Technology - the European Model and USA examples

    A look at the new technologies recently introduced into the market and the upcoming designs and concepts not yet in the markets.

    Discussions about common applications, new opportunities and where insulating glass provides the most value.

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    Presentations given by young researchers showing the development of this growing industry.

    A look at the new technologies recently introduced into the market and the upcoming designs and concepts not yet in the markets.

    Discussions about common applications, new opportunities and where insulating glass provides the most value.

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  • Descriptions of performance, opportunities, and installations glass can provide, making building more energy effi cient.

    Facade performance, trends, and opportunities in the 21st century.

    Details about glass applications ready for use today.

    Suggestive information about testing glazing assemblies.

    Advanced glazing applications that provide a safe environment for the occupant, in dangerous conditions.

    Details about structural glass applications ready for use today.

    New technologies and the advancement of laminated glass and adhesives.

    Advanced glazing applications that provide a safe environment for the occupant, in dangerous conditions.

    The concept to design process of structural glass applications, utilizing curved glass.

    LAMINATED GLASS AND ADHESIVES Chair: Larry Carbary Co-Chair: Jon Kimberlain

    SAFETY OF GLASS Chair: Dirk Schulte Co-Chair: Eve Hinman

    DESIGN WITH CURVED GLASS Chair: Graham Dodd Co-Chair: Jürgen Neugebauer

    2:00 - 2:30 PM (Keynote Presentation)

    SAFETY OF GLASS Chair: Geralt Siebert: Co-Chair: Helmut Hohenstein

    SPECIALTIES IN STRUCTURAL GLASS Chair: Mario Claussnitzer Co-Chair: Jens schneider

    Tony Cinnamon, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. -Strength and Testing of In-Service Fully Tempered Glass

    Helmut Hohenstein, Dr. Hohenstein Consultancy - Fenestration Fire Safety – the Global Demand

    Jens Schneider, TU Darmstadt, Germany – Thin Glass Tempering: Challenges and Potentials

    2:30 - 2:50 PM Johan Anton - Modern Photoelastic Technology for Residual Stress Measurement in Architectural Glass Panels

    Jürgen Neugebauer - New Concept for Hail Testing of Glass

    Christian Louter - Structural Glass Beams Pre-stressed by Externally Bonded Tendons

    2:50 - 3:10 PM Daniel Vos - Performance Testing of Glazed Cavities to Prevent Condensation and Eventual Glass Corrosion