Technical Symposium tackles safe buildings and drive for net zero

Annual event for academia and industry takes place on 20 and 21 April

The 2023 CIBSE Technical Symposium is taking place on 20-21 April at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, with the theme Delivering sustainable, safe and healthy buildings for a net zero future.

The Symposium, supported by ASHRAE, will feature a range of peer-reviewed papers and presentations outlining the latest developments in practice, technology and policy, and showcase the latest guidance for building services engineers.

It will provide practitioners with up to-date information about the latest developments in meeting the net zero carbon imperatives and also on the newest building safety-related reforms in the UK industry.

While the full programme and reviewed papers are yet to be confirmed, topics likely to be covered are: overheating; net zero and building performance; digital engineering; drainage ventilation; district heating; heat networks and smart heat networks; and embodied carbon.

● A programme will be available in March. Book your place