CIBSE’s 2018 Technical Symposium is set to Stretch the Envelope
Posted: 29 March 2018
Climate change, the environment, security and digitisation are all challenges facing built environment professionals and will be addressed in many of the presentations at the 2018 CIBSE Technical Symposium on 12th and 13th April 2018, hosted by London South Bank University.
‘Stretching the envelope’ is the theme of this year’s symposium, and focusses on responses to these uncertainties. With an increasing demand to deliver healthy and productive environments to live and work in we need to look beyond business-as-usual and drive forward the development of increasingly sustainable future environments.
The CIBSE 2018 symposium aims to provide the construction industry with a technical insight into the methods, technologies and techniques that are available, or just over the horizon, which will drive the development of increasingly sustainable future environments.
This industry leading event, now in its eighth year, features presentations and discussions lead by over 50 experts, researchers and leaders in their field on both the established and proven facts, as well as developmental and cutting edge propositions.
The event will get underway with a presentation by Tony Day of the International Energy Research Centre talking on the topic of ‘Collaborative research in the building services sector: adding value and delivering impact’. Following the opening session the symposium will split into three streams to accommodate the broad range of topics covered.
The symposium will include presentations on:
Designing and assessing high performance buildings
Lighting design and evaluation and the lit environment
CHP, district energy and heat pumps
Indoor Air Quality
Data driven development and assessment and
Moving cities towards the 22nd Century
Harnessing and optimising utility of natural resources
Business skills to boost building performance and
Training and commissioning for effective lifelong operation
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