Next week, the Lublin University of Technology in Lublin, Poland will host the Healthy Buildings Europe conference. Over 300 scientists, engineers, and professionals will gather to present and discuss building science.
The Sloan Foundation is sponsoring workshops at the meeting to bring together leaders in the field and advance the state of the science. A MoBE workshop, “Microbes Indoors: Moving from DNA to Function”, will feature talks from Jack Gilbert (University of Chicago), Erica Hartmann (Northwestern University), Anna Lawniczek-Walczyk (National Research Institute of Poland), and Pawel Misztal (University of California Berkeley).
Healthy Buildings Europe will also provide a venue for Sloan grantees from the mature MoBE program to pass on their experience to grantees of the new Chemistry of Indoor Environments (CIE) program. A plenary talk by CIE grantee, Barbara Turpin (University of North Carolina) and two workshops will explore areas of indoor chemistry, including partitioning and emissions, as well as reactive chemistry.
We look forward to exciting presentations and fruitful discussions at the meeting and hope to see you in Poland!