Events and conferences

AIRAH seeks speakers for 2023 conferences

AIRAH is seeking speakers to share ideas, research, and findings for the Institute’s 2023 conferences and forums.

Events slated for 2023 include the Indoor Air Quality Conference (Brisbane, July 17–18); the Future of HVAC (September 13–14, Melbourne); the Building Physics Forum (September 13, Melbourne); and the Big Data and Analytics Forum (September 14, Melbourne).

Those interested in presenting at any of these events should contact AIRAH by Friday, March 24 (or Friday, March 10 in the case of the Indoor Air Quality Conference).

“AIRAH has announced a full slate of events programmed for the coming 12 months,” says AIRAH CEO Tony Gleeson, M.AIRAH. “Fulfilling its remit to share best-practice HVAC&R and related knowledge and information with as wide an audience as possible, the events calendar includes conferences, forums, and technical seminars across Australia.

“Speaking at an AIRAH event is a great way to contribute to your continuing professional development and network with an engaged audience.”

Taking place in Brisbane over July 17–18, the Indoor Air Quality Conference provides AIRAH members and the broader industry with a platform to discuss issues related to indoor air quality (IAQ). This includes policy advice, regulation development, and the development of (and access to) the latest industry-leading advice. The conference will promote a whole-of-supply-chain integrated view on issues related to IAQ, along with best-practice delivery in the Australian and international community.

AIRAH’s headline event, The Future of HVAC 2023, is slated for September 13–14 in Melbourne. The
conference brings together leaders from the built environment to discuss the impact global forces are having on the future of the HVAC industry.

At the always-popular Building Physics Forum, building physics experts will explore ways to control heat, air, and moisture flows across the building envelope to deliver better indoor environmental quality.
The Building Physics Forum is slated to take place on September 13 in Melbourne.

The Big Data and Analytics Forum is scheduled for September 14 in Melbourne. Now a mainstay of AIRAH’s conference calendar, this event looks at how to drive value out of data. Industry experts will share lessons learnt, and discuss the future of big data and analytics for applications in the built environment.

“AIRAH events provide tremendous opportunities to learn about the latest developments in the industry, and build professional networks,” says Gleeson. “Our conferences gather the industry’s best minds and practitioners to share information and raise standards.”

For more information on these opportunities and speaking at an AIRAH event click here.

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