This event is being held in conjunction with The Future of HVAC 2023 (September 13–14).
The intention of the Building Physics Forum is to explore ways of controlling heat, air, and moisture flows across a building’s fundamental architectural elements and assemblies. Controlling these flows across the building envelope can deliver better indoor environmental quality, thereby improving the comfort, productivity, wellness, and performance of its inhabitants.
In 2023, the full-day Forum will focus on the future of building physics. We will look at lessons learnt and real-world examples that dive into energy-efficient buildings and discuss approaches that will improve the future of building designs. This year’s Forum will give delegates the opportunity to connect with industry leaders from across the built environment.
For more information, please visit airah.org.au/BuildingPhysics
Register by Thursday, August 17 to take advantage of early-bird pricing.
The Women of AIRAH will host a special breakfast on day two (September 14) of the conference. Spots are limited – to register, please visit this page.
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