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Indoor 2002 Abstracts

Download a .pdf (Adobe Acrobat Reader) file containing abstracts of all the papers presented at the Indoor Air 2002 (3.7 MB.)

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ISIAQ

 

International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) is an international, independent, multidisciplinary, scientific, non-profit organization whose purpose is to support the creation of healthy, comfortable and productive indoor environments.

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HB 2017 is† the 12th in a series of Healthy Buildings Conferences that started in 1988 at Stockholm and since then have taken place in Washington DC (1991), Budapest (1994), Milan (1995), Washington DC (1997), Helsinki (2000), Singapore (2003), Lisboa (2006), Syracuse NY (2009), Brisbane (2012) and both Eindhoven and Boulder, CO (2015.) The issues addressed relate to indoor air quality and its impact on health. The main focus is on buildings as confined spaces where we spend around 90% of our life.

Indoor Air 2002 Proceedings

The Proceedings from Indoor Air 2002 contain 726 papers (more than 4,500 pages) and are now available for purchase at deeply discounted prices. A complete author and keyword index is included, and the CD version is completely searchable for any index term, author, or other word in the Proceedings. The print version consists of five separate volumes, one for each day of the conference. Each volume has a complete author and keyword index as well as its own table of contents.

 

Indoor Air 2018

 

The 15th Indoor Air conference will be a multidisciplinary event involving participants from medicine, engineering, architecture and related fields. The conference will cover all aspects of Indoor Air Quality and Climate and the effects on human health, comfort and productivity.

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Indoor Air Institute

 

The Indoor Air Institute  was formed in 2005 as an independent and unbiased organization to provide high quality, impartial, and relevant contributions to salient scientific and public policy questions concerning the indoor environment.  All results from efforts undertaken by the Indoor Air Institute are made available not only to the sponsors, but also to other key decision-makers, the scientific community, and the public.† Click on the link above for more information.