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AIVC 2015 Conference - Abstract submission open

The abstract submission of the 36th AIVC Conference is now open.

Deadline for Abstract submission is March 27, 2015

Registration information will follow soon so stay tuned.

Please visit the conference website at:  http://www.aivc.org/event/23-24-september-2015-conference-madrid-36th-aivc-conference

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New AIVC website on-line!

We are pleased to present you the new AIVC website. Since 2001, the AIVC website had the same look and feel and we thought it was time for a fundamental change. We hope that this new website will please you.

 

In addition to the new look and feel, some of the major changes are:

  • More interactive website with easier navigation
  • More powerful search engine for AIRBASE
  • Home page with highlights on news, events and publications

 

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37th AIVC - Call for abstracts extended

The abstract submission deadline for the 37th AIVC - ASHRAE - IAQ joint Conference “Defining Indoor Air Quality: Policy, Standards and Best Practices” has been extended. The extended deadline for abstract submission is now December 14, 2015

Visit the conference website for more information at:  https://www.aivc.org/event/12-14-september-2016-conference-alexandria-va-37th-aivc-ashrae-iaq-joint-conference

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Extended deadlines for Clima 2016

The abstract and paper submission deadlines for the CLIMA 2016, to be held in Aalborg, Denmark on 22-25 May 2016, have been extended.

The extended deadline for abstract submission is now December 20 2015. Full papers are due by 31 January 2016.

Authors are kindly invited to submit their abstracts following the online submission system.

Visit the conference website for more information.

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37th AIVC Conference- Abstracts due Nov-30-2015

The 2016 AIVC conference will be organised in collaboration with ASHRAE. It will be held in the Crowne Plaza hotel in Alexandria (10 km from Washington DC) on September 12-14, 2016.

The Conference title is “ IAQ 2016 – Defining Indoor Air Quality: Policy, Standards and Best Practices.”

Contributions are invited on the following themes and topics among others:

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16-17 March 2015, Workshop, Lund, Sweden

The international workshop on “Ventilation and Airtightness in Buildings : Voluntary and Regulatory Frameworks to Improve Quality and Compliance” will be held in Lund, Sweden on March 16-17, 2015. One topic of specific attention will be schemes implemented in various countries to reduce errors in ventilation and airtightness input data used in energy performance certificates and to improve the quality of the works. Discussions will be based on analyses of lessons learnt from field data.

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36th AIVC Conference in Madrid, Spain!

The 36th AIVC conference: 'Effective ventilation in high performance buildings' will be held in the city of Madrid, Spain together with the 5th TightVent and the 3rd venticool conferences in September 23-24, 2015. It will be a major international event in 2015 focusing on the following topics:

For ventilative cooling aspects:

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International Societies form Indoor Environmental Quality – Global Alliance (IEQ-GA)

ATLANTA – A newly formed alliance seeks to serve as a global source for information, guidance and knowledge on indoor environmental quality.

A memorandum of understanding creating the Indoor Environment Quality Global Alliance was signed Sunday, June 29, at ASHRAE’s 2014 Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington.  The founding members of the alliance are:

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Can Ventilation Energy Loss Be Avoided or Recovered?

Ventilation energy demand can be reduced considerably by adopting a variety of energy efficient ventilation techniques. These include:

 

Minimising the need for ventilation: Energy demand may be curtailed by ensuring that the need for ventilation is reduced. This means minimising emissions from avoidable pollutant sources. Any extra ventilation needed to dilute and remove avoidable pollutants can be equated directly against conditioning load.

 

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