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AIVC workshop on IAQ metrics - Register now!

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The AIVC workshop: “Is ventilation the answer to indoor air quality control in buildings? Do we need performance-based approaches? will take place in Brussels, Belgium on 14-15 March, 2017. The event aims to identify the pros and cons of performance-based approaches and metrics that can be considered to assess the indoor air quality (IAQ) performance of ventilation systems, as well as to draft guidelines for their use in standards and regulations. 

 

Confirmed presentations & speakers include:

 

  • Considerations on IAQ metrics from regulatory and compliance point of view – Use of IAQ metrics in practicePeter Wouters, BBRI, Belgium
  • Defining the metrics to assess the IAQ in low-energy residential buildings: results from IEA EBC Annex 68 Subtask 1Marc Abadie, U. La Rochelle, France
  • The promise and problems of performance-based ventilationWilliam P. Bahnfleth, Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • What can (‘t) perceived air quality indices tell you about indoor air quality? Pawel Wargocki, DTU, Denmark
  • Indoor carbon dioxide as metric of ventilation and IAQ: Yes or No or Maybe? Andrew Persily, NIST, USA
  • IAQ assessment in high performing buildingsKevin Teichman, Environmental Protection Agency, USA
  • Rationale behind current ventilation airflow ratesWouter Borsboom, TNO, the Netherlands
  • Concentration versus m3 air per hour – the battle of assessorsMarcel G.L.C. Loomans, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
  • Status and perspectives for the development of IAQ metrics in the USIain Walker, LBNL, USA
  • Suitable ventilation in schools – mechanical or natural? Thomas Hartmann, ITG Dresden, Germany
  • Radon measurement for the assessment of IAQTiberiu Catalina, Technical University of Civil Engineering, Romania
  • A review of pollutants and sources of concern and performance-based approaches to residential smart ventilationGaëlle Guyot, Cerema, France
  • Indoor Air Quality and thermal comfort in Irish retrofitted energy efficient homesMarie Coggins, National University of Ireland, Ireland
  • Modelling trade-offs between building energy and healthCatherine Noakes, University of Leeds, UK
  • Comparison of different performance-based approaches for the definition of ventilation requirements in dwellingsSamuel Caillou, BBRI, Belgium  
  • The influence of different ventilation strategies and demand control on the indoor air quality in dwellingsRomy Van Gaever, BBRI, Belgium  
  • Demand controlled ventilation in residential buildingsCaroline Markusson, SP, Sweden
  • Performance-based control of an adaptive hybrid IAQ system. The user as key performance indicatorBert Belmans, VU Brussel, Belgium

For additional information or to register please visit the relevant AIVC webpage at the link provided below.