Program

Program Overview
TIME
(Seoul, Korea)

November 23rd

(Tuesday)

November 24th
(Wednesday)
November 25th
(Thursday)
November 26th
(Friday)
07:30-08:30     Workshops Workshops
08:30-09:30   Opening Session (Welcome Remarks) Keynote lecture Keynote lecture
09:30-10:00   Break Break Break
10:00-11:30  

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11:30-13:00   Lunch Lunch Lunch
13:00-14:30  

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14:30-15:00   Break Break Break
15:00-16:30

Organizing committee workshop

(open to public)

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Closing Session

(Closing Remarks)

 
16:30-17:00   Break Break
17:00-18:00   Poster Session Poster Session
18:00-19:00   Workshops Workshops
Keynote Speeches
  • Approach to building zero carbon operation
    Yi JiangCV
    Tsinghua University,
    Chinese Academy of Engineering
  • The Pandemic in Perspective
    William P. BahnflethCV
    The Pennsylvania State University
  • Application of Artificial Intelligence to Built Environment
    Ryozo OokaCV
    The University of Tokyo,
    IAQVEC association, ASHRAE Japan Chapter
  • Low carbon path of refrigeration industry to achieve carbon neutrality
    Hua LiuCV
    GREE Electric Appliances, INC
    State Key Lab of Air-conditioning Equipment and System Eeeenergy Conservation
  • Integrated CFD and In Silico Modeling for Airborne Transmission Analysis in Indoor Environment
    Kazuhide ItoCV
    Kyushu University
    Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
  • AIs for Building Environment Controls & Research Examples
    Jin Woo MoonCV
    Chung-Ang University
  • Stack effect issues in high-rise buildings: problems and key recommendations
    Jae-Hun JoCV
    Inha University
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Scientific Program

Graduate Student/Young Scholar Best Paper Awards

 

The ISHVAC 2021 organizing committee is pleased to announce the introduction of two awards, the Graduate Student Best Paper Award and the Young Scholar Best Paper Award to highlight recent outstanding achievements by young researchers. The best papers among the papers presented by graduate students in each session will be selected by session chair(s) as a winner of the Graduate Student Best Paper Award. The Young Scholar Best Paper Award is open to any researchers who are not older than 39 and received their Ph.D./doctorate after December 31, 2014 in the early stages of their academic career. For the Graduate Student and Young Scholar Best Paper Awards, the recipient should be the main author (first author or corresponding author).

Presentation Guideline

※ To be announced

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