ASHRAEâ€™s Second Developing Economies Conference takes place November 10 - 11, 2017 in Delhi, India.
In view of the anticipated construction boom in Developing Economies for infrastructure and urbanization, the conference is an ASHRAE initiative to reach out and share its resources.
The conference theme is entitled â€śTrends, Opportunities and Challenges for the Built Environment in Developing Economies.â€ť
This theme is focused on trends that are affecting the built environment in developing economies and the opportunities and challenges presented by these trends. With the benefit of the learnings from developed countries, Developing Economy Countries are in many ways leapfrogging technologies while at the same time handicapped due to inadequate education and regulations.
The Conference attempts to bring together experts from all over the world. A call for conference presenters is now open and the Tracks have been announced.Conference Tracks Include:
- Building Energy Quotient (bEQ)
- Building Information Management (BIM)
- Internet of Things (IoT) Energy-Water Nexus
- Smart Cities
- Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
- Tall Buildings
The presentations and sessions cover aspects of energy efficiency, comfort, indoor air quality, wellness and environmental impact of buildings in developing economy countries as affected by the air-conditioning, heating and ventilating systems for the buildings.
Abstracts (400 or less words in length) are due July 7, 2017. Additional information can be found under the Submission Process tab
The conference is being co-organized by ASHRAE, the ASHRAE India Chapter and Delhi Chapter of ISHRAE.