International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate - Event Information
Healthy Buildings 2015 America
Healthy Buildings attracts researchers and other professionals from the fields of indoor air quality, built environments, HVAC, health sciences, public health policy, urban planning, mechanical engineering, architecture, building design and management, and more.
7/19/2015 - 7/22/2015
University of Colorado, Boulder Boulder, Co UNITED STATES
ISIAQ Healthy Buildings-America Conference, University of Colorado Boulder
Recognized as one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation, the University of Colorado Boulder campus provides world-class facilities and amenities creating the ideal setting for the ISIAQ Healthy Buildings-America Conference. The conference theme is Innovation in a Time or Energy Uncertainty and Climate Adaption. Key topics include IAQ in mission critical environments; disaster recovery impacts; regional impacts of wildfires; drought impacts, flooding; moisture control; energy implications of good IAQ.
Conference sessions will be held in the Engineering Center, a 660,000 square foot facility featuring classrooms, computing facilities, research laboratories and more in an architecturally distinctive and thoroughly modern building. . A short walk from the Engineering Center will take you to other conference activities including meals in the Center for Community dining center featuring 10-micro restaurants offering an award-winning culinary experience, networking opportunities at the Welcome Reception and academic collaboration at Poster Sessions. The conference opens at 5pm on Jul 19 and ends on Wed Jul 22 at 1pm.
Conference Theme: Innovation in a time of energy uncertainty and climate adaptation
• Green building materials and applications in buildings
• IAQ in modern mission critical environments – hospital, data centers, special schools for sensitive populations, aircraft cabins, retail space
• Building technology to improve performance, IEQ
• New innovations in design and building systems
• Novel analysis and responses to residential air quality in underserved populations/sensitive populations
• Building code improvement and implementation
• Conflict between IAQ and thermal comfort
• Energy implications of good IAQ
• Revisiting good ideas in ventilation, where are they now – natural ventilation, ozone filtration, UV cooling coil technology, etc.
• Regional issues including impacts of wildfires, drought impacts