USA: Registration is now open for the 2021 ASHRAE Winter Conference, now in a virtual online format due to the coronavirus.
According to ASHRAE, the online format of the conference will allow for global participation with a group of the world’s leading presenters delivering timely and useful industry content.
“ASHRAE’s Virtual Winter Conference will include three-days packed with learning and live discussions from top experts,” said 2020-21 ASHRAE president Charles E Gulledge III. “This is the perfect platform and opportunity for built environment professionals to take advantage of the Society’s strong technical content. The conference will provide us the opportunity to amplify ASHRAE’s important research and resources to address the challenges of the times we’re living in.”
The conference, taking place from February 9-11, 2021, promises nearly 98 live and on-demand sessions with updates from Society leaders and virtual networking events. Technical sessions will address building performance, Covid-19, energy conservation, refrigerants, ethics, equipment and standards.
During the weeks leading up to the conference, ASHRAE will also conduct virtual business, committee and technical meetings that are typically held during onsite at the Winter Conference.
The cost to attend the virtual conference is $249 for ASHRAE members ($479 for non-members, which includes an ASHRAE membership for one year).
To learn more and to register, visit ashrae.org/2021winter.