AIRAH - Building Physics Forum 2019

AIRAH’s Building Physics forum will be held in Melbourne from October 23–24, 2019.

As an applied science, building physics addresses several different areas in constructed performance. This includes a building’s air movement, thermal performance, control of moisture, sensible and latent energy, acoustic performance, light, solar control, climate and biology. 

This coming October 23–24, for the third edition of AIRAH’s Building Physics forum. This event brings together leading industry experts and the opportunity to network with peers, learn about where the industry is heading and how it’s achieving its objectives.
 
At last year’s two-day event, two international keynote speakers, 14 specialist speakers and over 100 attendees descended on Wollongong to explore topics related to building physics. AIRAH looks forward to expanding on these discussions and insights for 2019.

Register here with code AIRAHdesign19 for discounted ticket prices.

 




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