Scanvac’s RoomVent Conference together with Ventilation Conference present:
RoomVent and Ventilation 2018 Conferences “Excellent indoor climate and high performing ventilation”
RoomVent and Ventilation are well established conference series within the discipline of ventilation research. These conferences have mutually supported each other in the past and
this newly established joint event will provide an overview of the latest research findings on ventilation in both industrial and non-industrial premises.
The RoomVent Conference will focus on new technology and ventilations strategies for low energy, passive houses and zero emission buildings as well as energy efficient ventilation in the built environment.
The Ventilation Conference will focus on industrial types of applications. The aims of industrial ventilation are to protect health, prevent environmental pollution and to guarantee high product quality. These aims should be achieved in a highly energy efficient manner and promote sustainable development.
- Submission of abstracts: 30 November, 2017
- Notification of abstract acceptance: 15 January, 2018
- Deadline for first draft paper submission: 1 March, 2018
- First draft paper review: 30 March 2018
- Deadline for final paper submission: April 15, 2018
RoomVent Conference specific themes:
Outdoor sources and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Perceived indoor climate
Ventilation and energy performance
Demand controlled ventilation
Modelling and measurement techniques
Advances in Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
Design tools and building information modelling
Effects of movements and time-dependent loads
Flow measurement and visualisation
New measurement methods
Innovative ventilation concepts
Performance of local heating and cooling techniques
Nearly zero energy buildings
Natural and hybrid ventilation
Case studies and solutions: offices, schools, hospitals, vehicles, etc.
Ventilation Conference specific themes:
Indoor air quality and local outdoor air quality.
Control of emissions and exposures in buildings.
Standards and regulations.
Ventilation and health.
Effect of ventilation on productivity.
Prevention of toxic risk in buildings.
Industrial ventilation and pollutant control
Localised exhaust and air purification
Multi-source pollutant control technology
Strategies to reduce exposures
Innovative design and solutions
Indoor air filtration and treatment
Air distributor and air purifier
Auditing, inspection and maintenance
Mines and tunnels, underground car park
For further information please visit the event website: http://www.roomventilation2018.org/