The 2023 CIBSE Technical Symposium is taking place on 20-21 April, at the University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow, with the theme ‘Delivering sustainable, safe and healthy buildings for a net zero future’.
The symposium, supported by ASHRAE, seeks to bring together practitioners and researchers to consider the latest thinking in the sector. It will feature a range of peer reviewed papers, presentations and posters outlining the latest developments in practice, technology and policy, and showcase the latest guidance for building services engineers.
It will focus on the challenge of decarbonising our buildings and infrastructure, and provide practitioners with up-to-date information about the latest developments in meeting the net zero carbon imperatives.
The symposium will also cover the latest building safety-related reforms in the UK industry. It will look particularly at the challenge of retrofitting the existing building stock in a cost effective way at scale, good quality and pace.
● The full CIBSE Technical Symposium programme will be released this month. Book your place at www.cibse.org/symposium