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Abstract Submission open for Healthy Buildings Europe 2015

Abstracts are now being accepted for Healthy Buildings Europe 2015.  The call for abstracts for Healthy Buildings America will come out in October.   Note that there will be a Sloan-funded symposium on the microbiology of the built environment at both conferences.   Details on abstract submission below, from the conference website.

Please find hereby an invitation to submit an abstract to Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe , taking place in Eindhoven, The Netherlands from May 18th to May 20th 2015 . The call-for-abstracts is open and can be found at hb2015-europe.org (Abstracts & Papers).

Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe is one of the two regional conferences of the Healthy Buildings series convened by the International Society for Indoor Air Quality and Climate, ISIAQ. The main focus of the series is practice and practical applications leading up to the creation of healthy buildings. Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe is organized for ISIAQ by the Dutch Chapter of ISIAQ, ISIAQ.nl, and the Eindhoven University of Technology.

More details about the conference can be found at hb2015-europe.org . Please watch the short video on the home page of the website if you want to have a flavor of our intentions with this conference.

Abstracts are submitted online via the conference website hb2015-europe.org . The website contains the form that needs to be filled in. Note that the abstract cannot contain images, figures and/or tables. Limitations are set with respect to the number of words that can be used. Details on the submission are shown on the website.

Submission constraints
In addition to the deadlines set and the abstract and paper submission requirements communicated on the website, please note that each participant is allowed to present maximum two papers (either oral or poster) at the conference, either as first or co-author.  In case there are too many abstracts/papers the organisation may decide to reduce this number to one paper. The presenting author must be registered in order for the paper to be included in the final Proceedings. The deadline for conference registration will be communicated well in advance.

Abstract acceptance does not indicate paper acceptance. Conference papers will undergo a separate review process.

Note that the deadline for abstract submission is October 15th 2014.


David Coil

David Coil is a Project Scientist in the lab of Jonathan Eisen at UC Davis. David works at the intersection between research, education, and outreach in the areas of the microbiology of the built environment, microbial ecology, and bacterial genomics. Twitter

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