Healthy Buildings 2017, Europe. Call for Abstracts due October 31st

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Healthy Buildings 2017- Europe
July 2-5, 2017, Lublin, Poland

 

Call for Abstracts Deadline: October 31, 2016

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to Healthy Buildings 2017 – Europe — one of ISIAQ’s flagship conferences, which in 2017 will be held in Lublin, Poland, during 2-5 July.

Healthy Buildings Europe 2017 is the second European edition of our regional conference series. We are proud to bring it to Poland, organized and hosted by the Lublin University of Technology — a modern university located in the Eastern part of the European Union, in the Renaissance city of Lublin.

We hope you will join us and transform this event into a successful platform for researchers, engineers and industrial professionals to present your research results and develop activities in indoor air quality and climate. The technical program will focus on regional issues, multi-sectoral collaboration and practical aspects of research.

With this Call for abstracts, we solicit 300 word abstracts for contributions on all topics within the broad field of indoor air sciences. The potential topics below demonstrate the broadness of our discipline and are not exclusive:

  • GUIDELINES AND POLICIES
  • NZEB AND SMART BUILDINGS
  • HUMAN HEALTH AND INDOOR ENVIRONMENT
  • EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT
  • NEW MATERIALS/SOLUTIONS — NEW CHALLENGES
  • INDOOR VS OUTDOOR POLLUTANTS
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL ISSUES

Please visit our website for the full list of the topics.

We encourage you to contribute to these topics by indicating that your abstract fits the
topic during the submission process, but you can also select “others” on the submission system.

Your work is the beating heart of the conference and we are counting on everyone in the community to support the technical program by submitting an abstract and extended abstract or paper. The submission page is now open.

ISIAQ Student Conference Attendance Awards!
We are deeply committed to involve students in HB2017. To allow students to attend the conference, we will offer students whose short abstract will be accepted the possibility to apply for Students Awards covering registration fees and accommodation.

Important dates
The schedule of the submission process leading up to the conference is as follows:

–      abstract submission opens: August 15, 2016
–      abstract submission closes: October 31, 2016
–      abstract acceptance notification: December 2016
–      extended abstract / full paper submission opens: December 2016
–      extended abstract / full paper submission closes: February 2017
–      paper review notification: April 15, 2017

Contact
For further information, please visit the conference website at hb2017-europe.org

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All inquiries related to the conference can be sent to us through the contact form on the website or by email at hb2017@pollub.pl.

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Please forward this announcement to colleagues and peers.

Thank you, we are looking forward to welcoming you in Lublin!

Sincerely,
The Organizing Committee of Healthy Buildings 2017 — Europe

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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