NewsCIBSE issues call for papers on research & best practice examples of better buildings

CIBSE is inviting short abstracts of proposals for research papers, posters, technical reviews, case studies and opinion presentations that examine actual or potential impacts of members' work on the built environment.
Content Team3 weeks ago2 min

The CIBSE Technical Symposium 2022, titled Delivering a safe, healthy and sustainable built environment – Buildings that perform, is seeking abstracts for papers and presentations to be presented at the event in London in April 2022.

Abstracts should be based on recent or current project work, research or application, as well as those that examine actual or potential impacts of our work on the built environment.

The annual Technical Symposium brings together a range of peer reviewed papers and presentations outlining the latest developments in policy, guidance and practice showing how building services engineers can design and deliver safe, healthy, sustainable buildings.

CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers), a chartered UK professional association, is a trusted authority on the present and future challenges facing the built environment. The organisation is inviting short abstracts of proposals for research papers, posters, technical reviews, case studies and opinion presentations that are based on recent or current project work, research or application, as well as those that examine actual or potential impacts of members’ work on the built environment.

For more information and to make a submission visit: CIBSE – Technical Symposium 2022. Submission deadline is Friday 29 October. Email [email protected] with any questions.

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