Conference Program

  Sept 18th: Research Track day 1 Sept 19th: Research Track day 2 Sept 20th: Research programs on BTES and technical tours

Sept 21st: Drillers day

Welcome session
Registration and coffee, HT Storage session
The roots of research on borehole heat exchangers Prof. Johan Claesson & Palne Mogensen
Past and Future of Heat Pumps Prof. Eric Granryd & Björn Palm
Open seminar:  Swedish and Norwegian research projects on HT-BTES in District heating networks

Paper presentations - Session 1&2
Paper presentations - Session 7&8
Open seminar: Swedish and Norwegian research projects on HT-BTES in District heating networks
EXPO and seminars




EXPO and seminars
Paper presentations - Session 3&4
Paper presentations - Session 9&10
Technical Tour 1: ATES
EXPO and seminars
Paper Presentations: Session 5&6
Paper presentations - Session 11&12
Technical Tour 2: BTES or KTH LiL
EXPO and seminars

Cocktail in Rock Cavern sponsored by

Closing session Transport to Wenngarn Castle for 

The IGSHPA Research Track on September 18-19th will take place in room U21 och U31. The adress to the building is Brinellvägen 26 .

The High Temperature Borehole Storage meeting will take place in room Learning Theater M235. The adress to the building is Brinellvägen 68.

Here is a map of KTH campus

The conference consists of two days (September 18-19) of oral presentations given by authors of all accepted papers as well as a full day (Sept 20th) of open seminars and technical tours to GSHP research sites located in Stockholm. The open seminars are part of the Swedish and Norwegian research programs Termiska Energilager and ROCKSTORE, respectively. All participants also have the option to attend the Drillers dinner on September 20th. A free of charge product exhibition with more commercial seminars and poster sessions, the Swedish Drillers day, will take place on Sept 21st.

There will be a Bus for Research Track participants who register for the Drillers Dinner. The bus leaves from KTH at 17:30 and returns to KTH after the dinner (around mid night). If you even plan to attend the Drillers day on September 21st (free of charge), we recommend you to stay over night in the Castle area. More information about the Drillers Day and how to book this is found if you click here

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