Welcome to ISIAQ, the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate
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ISIAQ is an international, independent, multidisciplinary, scientific, non-profit organization whose purpose is to support the creation of healthy, comfortable and productive indoor environments. We strongly believe this is achievable by advancing the science and technology of indoor air quality and climate as it relates to indoor environmental design, construction, operation and maintenance, air quality measurement and health sciences.
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Welcome to the new ISIAQ Web Site
We would like to welcome you to the new ISIAQ web site. There are many improved features and we trust that they will enhance your experience. A welcome email was emailed to members on August 20, 2014, with instructions on how to access your online account. If you need your log in information please click here for information on how to retrieve your user name and password. Click here for member profile instructions.
We hope you enjoy the new ISIAQ site. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Healthy Buildings Regional Conferences
In 2010 the Board of Directors voted to change the conference schedule of the Healthy Buildings series to biennial. In addition, the new format is structured to have two regional congresses representing indoor air (practice) creating more regional visibility for ISIAQ. The regional meetings will be focused on issues that are timely and pertinent to the region being addressed.
In 2015 we will begin the regional Healthy Buildings conferences. The first of the two 2015 conferences, Healthy Buildings Europe will take place at Eindhoven Technical University in the Netherlands beginning May 18th, 2015 and second, Healthy Buildings America will take place in Boulder, Colorado starting July 19th. In the future we hope to include third Healthy Buildings conference, Healthy Buildings Asia – Pacific Rim.
The Call for Abstracts for Healthy Buildings Europe opens on 1 September. Members will receive an email announcement, but be sure to check the Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe web site for additional information.
We look forward to your participation at these events!
Indoor Air 2014 (The 13th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate) in Hong Kong, July 7-12, was a tremendous success.
With over 1,000 participants, a full range of plenary and key note lectures, technical sessions, and workshops as well as many opportunities for scientists from around the world to meet and exchange ideas, ISIAQ's flagship conference once again demonstrated the value of interdisciplinary scientific collaboration.
The Proceedings will be available on memory sticks at a discounted price of USD30 to members (including postage) and to non-members for USD99 (including postage). A special offer of a package deal of new membership and a copy of the Proceedings will be available for USD150.
ISIAQ plans to make videos of the plenary and keynote lectures available on its web site after some editing and formatting tasks are complete. Members will have free access, another benefit of ISIAQ membership. Non-members will be able to pay a fee to watch the videos or may simply choose to join ISIAQ. Please check back on our web site for information about the videos.
Thanks to Professor Yuguo Li and his terrific staff for a well-organized, well-managed, and enjoyable conference experience.
“Healthy Buildings Research: New Developments, Future Directions and Potential Solutions.”
Current members can view additional HB2012 Plenary Lectures by clicking here. Please note that you must be logged into the site in order to view the videos.
2014 Academy Awards
The 2014 Acadmeny Awards were presented at Indoor Air 2014. Click here to find out who the winners are.
Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, May 19-22, 2015
With Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe the aim is to provide a platform where we walk along these boundaries and open views and gain knowledge from adjacent scientific fields whereas at the same time we enjoy and acknowledge the new developments and research results within our own broad field.
Healthy Buildings 2015 America
Boulder, CO, July 17-22, 2015
The conference theme is Innovation in a Time or Energy Uncertainty and Climate Adaption. Key topics include IAQ in mission critical environments; disaster recovery impacts; regional impacts of wildfires; drought impacts, flooding; moisture control; energy implications of good IAQ.