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CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium 2020

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CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium 2020

Event Details

Engineering Buildings, Systems and Environments for Effective Operation

The virtual CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium will allow attendees to view keynotes in real-time, build their own agenda across the two-days from relevant, on-demand content, and interact with other attendees in discussion forums. 

The tenth annual Technical Symposium is open to all, and is created to encourage the participation of both young and experienced industry practitioners, researchers and building users to share experiences and develop networks.

The event program will be available shortly but bookings are now open to this annual event.

Topics already confirmed include:

  • Heat networks for a low energy future 
  • Solar and passive strategies towards net zero
  • Hydrogen and thermal batteries for low impact buildings 
  • IAQ - novel methods for evaluation, assessment and control 
  • Integration of fire safety and smoke control 
  • Natural ventilation systems and air quality 
  • Tall and megatall buildings - reality of net zero 

Members of CIBSE and ASHRAE save 50% off the standard virtual event ticket rate

There are three simple ways to book your ticket to the Technical Symposium:

  1. Online: Use the 'Register' button at the top of this web page (credit/debit card bookings only)
  2. Email:  symposium@cibse.org
  3. Phone: +44(0) 20 8675 5211

2020 virtual event ticket pricing:

CIBSE & ASHRAE Member ticket*: £50 + VAT
ASHRAE members will have received a booking code. If you have not been sent one, please email symposium@cibse.org

Speaker and reviewer tickets: £25 + VAT. Please contact symposium@cibse.org to get your booking code

What's included:
 Two day Technical Symposium live online event access
Virtual networking opportunities with attendees from around the globe and 60+ speakers
On-demand access, post event, to all presentation recordings

For further information, visit www.cibse.org/symposium

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