UKIEG Conference 2024 in Glasgow

Date: Thursday, 6th June 2024   Time: 9:00-15:00   Location: University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

The 2024 UK Indoor Environments Group conference focuses on “Monitoring and big data as drivers of research and the policy agenda for Indoor Environmental Quality and Health”.  This year the UKIEG annual event is held at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

This in-person event is an opportunity to facilitate a comprehensive exploration of the intricate relationships between Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and human health through the lens of monitoring methodologies and big data analytics. As our built environments become increasingly complex, this conference endeavours to foster dialogue and collaboration among scholars, practitioners, and policymakers to shape the research and policy landscape for IEQ and health. Abstracts for posters and/or oral presentations are expected to address one of the key themes of the conference.

Key themes:
  1. Advanced Monitoring Techniques: Explore the latest advancements in indoor environmental monitoring technologies and methodologies, emphasising their application in diverse contexts.
  2. Cross-disciplinary Collaboration: Encourage collaboration between architecture, engineering, health sciences, and policy experts to address IEQ challenges comprehensively.
  3. Data Analytics for IEQ: Delve into the use of big data analytics to derive meaningful insights from vast datasets related to indoor environments, contributing to evidence-based decision-making.
  4. Occupant Health and Well-being: Investigate the direct correlations between IEQ parameters and occupant health, including studies on air quality, lighting, acoustics, and thermal comfort.
  5. Policy Implications: Examine the role of research in shaping indoor environmental policies, with a focus on translating academic findings into actionable measures for regulatory bodies.
  6. Smart Buildings and IoT Integration: Discuss the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in smart buildings to enhance IEQ monitoring and management.
  7. Sustainable Design for Health: Explore the intersection of sustainable design principles and indoor environmental considerations for promoting long-term health outcomes.
More information via the UKIEG website
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