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Conference Examines Impact of HVAC on Airborne Disease
December 23, 2009

The role of HVA&R in airborne infectious disease transmission, design and control strategies and technology, pandemic preparedness and airborne infection control will be examined at the IAQ 2010 conference sponsored by The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

The conference, IAQ 2010: Airborne Infection Control — Ventilation, IAQ & Energy, takes place Nov. 10th-12th, 2010, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Abstracts are invited in the following subject areas, and more:

  • Is airborne infection in enclosed environments a health concern?
  • How do mechanical systems and other building and enclosure characteristics contribute to healthy environments?
  • How can we create and sustain healthy enclosed environments?
  • What are the costs and quantifiable benefits of airborne infection control strategies?
  • What government and private sector programs exist for pandemics in enclosed environments?
  • How well are the existing programs working?

The deadline for abstracts is Jan. 15th, 2010. Abstracts, containing titles and maximum 400-word summaries, should be submitted at the IAQ2010 web site.

For more information on the IAQ2010 conference and conference subjects, please visit the IAQ2010 web site.

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