AIVC 2023 Conference programme available!
The date for the AIVC -TightVent - venticool 2023 Conference: “Ventilation, IEQ and health in sustainable buildings” is now approaching quickly! The conference will be held during 4-5 October 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
More than 190 people have booked their seats for the event!
The event will open with a welcome reception on Tuesday October 3, 2023 at 19:00.
The conference will start on Wednesday October 4, 2023 at 09:00. On-site registration will be open from 08:00.
Keynote presentations & speakers
- Tomorrow’s Ventilation Solutions for Future Hospital Demands, Trond Thorgeir Harsem, Nordconsult, Norway
- Users and practices in heating and ventilating homes – why do they behave different than we think? Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Aalborg University, Denmark
- What we know about smart ventilation, Gaëlle Guyot, Cerema, France
- Dallying with DALYs: Why acceptable IAQ should consider harm, Benjamin Jones, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Decoding 30 Years of Insights: Conclusions from ISIAQ's Landmark Webinar Series on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, Ying Xu, Tsinghua University, China
There will be 12 topical sessions:
- Airborne cross infection and engineering solutions
- Building and ductwork airtightness regulations in various countries
- Energy Performance of Gas Phase Air Cleaning
- Importance of good resilient building design and standards to ensure good ventilative cooling performance to reduce overheating and environmental impact
- Personalized Environmental Control Systems (PECS) operation and evaluation
- Real performance of (smart) residential ventilation - performance assurance, fault detection, continuous commissioning
- Revision of ISO 9972: Improvements in the reliability of airtightness measurements
- Summer comfort and energy efficiency in hot periods: interest of mixed mode cooling and need for occupant feedback
- The Role of Building Ventilation on Building Decarbonization
- The role of carbon dioxide and particulate matter for assessing ventilation and respiratory disease transmission in buildings
- Post Pandemic Pontifications
- Resilient Cooling of Buildings meets Resilient Cooling in Cities - Interactive Session