AIVC – venticool – TightVent 2019 joint Conference Programme available! Register now!

The final programme for the joint 40th AIVC, 8th TightVent & 6th venticool conference “From Energy crisis to sustainable indoor climate – 40 years of AIVC” to be held on October 15-16, 2019 in Ghent, Belgium is now available.

There will be a total of 13 topical sessions:

  1. 40 years of AIVC
  2. Bedroom ventilation, IAQ and sleep
  3. Better implementation of ventilative cooling (cooling of buildings using outside air as main source) in national (building) standards, legislation and compliance tools
  4. Controlling moisture for improved IAQ
  5. EPBD 2018/844/EU Article 19a feasibility study on the “inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems”
  6. Ventilation design and control in residences – current challenges, innovative solutions and case studies gathered by IEA-EBC Annex 68
  7. EBC Annex 78 – Supplementing Ventilation with Gas-phase Air Cleaning, Implementation and Energy Implications
  8. EBC Annex 80 – Resilient Cooling
  9. Integrating uncertainties due to wind and stack effect in declared airtightness results
  10. Model based control and concepts for ventilation systems
  11. Performance-based assessment methods for ventilation systems
  12. IEA EBC Annex 79: What information do we need for occupant-centric building design and operation?
  13. When the EPR hits the fan, or…the killing of the fan energy

Keynote presentations & speakers

  • Building for People & Performance. Achieving Operational Excellence, Darryl K. Boyce, ASHRAE President, USA
  • Facing the global overheating through mitigation and adaptation technologies – the role of ventilation, Mattheos Santamouris, UNSW, Australia           
  • CurieuzeNeuzen: Monitoring air quality together with 20.000 citizens, Sam de Craemer, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • Industry views on the future of ventilation, Yves Lambert, EVIA, Belgium
  • IAQ and energy performance GHG emission: how to translate to occupiers and landlords, Frank Hovorka, REHVA President, France
  • Ventilative Cooling– Time for large scale implementation, Per Heiselberg, Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Evolution of ventilation strategies in air-conditioned buildings in Singapore – IAQ and Energy perspectives, Chandra Sekhar, National University of Singapore, Singapore

The detailed programme is now available at: https://www.aivc2019conference.org/uploads/files/AIVC2019_Programme_Web_links.pdf

Online registration will be open until Thursday October 10, 2019

On-site registration will be possible during the whole event.

To proceed with your on line registration please visit: https://www.aivc.org/40th-aivc

For further information and updates visit us at: https://www.aivc2019conference.org

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