UKIEG Conference 2019

The UK Indoor Environments Group (UKIEG) annual conference will take place on 27th June 2019 and is a one-day networking event for a multidisciplinary audience of academics, policy makers and industry experts with an interest in improving indoor environments for health and wellbeing. The conference includes invited speakers, presentations and discussion, a poster session and networking.

This year’s theme is on ‘Emerging Issues in Indoor Environmental Quality: Science and Policy’ with invited speakers Julie Godefroy, Prof Steven T Holgate and Dr Victoria Tinks.

Julie Godefroy, Technical Manager, Chartered Institution of Building Service Engineers, CIBSE will be presenting on ‘Guidance and criteria for healthy and comfortable environments:
update from CIBSE and the Good Homes Alliance’.

Prof Steven T Holgate CBE, FMedSci, Medical Research Council Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology and Honorary Consultant Physician within Medicine at the University of Southampton will be presenting a lecture on ‘How important is indoor air pollution in UK homes?’

Dr Victoria Tinks, Building Scientist, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government will be presenting a lecture on ‘Ventilation and overheating requirements of the Building Regulations’.

Call for abstracts! The new extended deadline is 5th April, 2019. Please email your abstract (300 words) using this template to with the subject title ‘UKIEG 2019’ specifying if you are applying for an oral or poster slot.

The UK Indoor Environments Group (UKIEG) was launched in 2003, with the aim to co-ordinate and provide a focus for UK activity concerned with improving indoor environments for people.

Tickets are now available and can be purchased here. The conference fee is £110 per ticket or £60 for students and UKIEG members.

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