RESERVE YOUR BOOTH NOW!—Showcase at the Ninth International Healthy Buildings Exhibition & SyracuseCoE Opportunity Exchange (OppEx) - EXHIBIT SPACE SOLD OUT
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ISIAQ's Healthy Buildings Conference, hosted by the SyracuseCoE, is an international forum for the exchange of leading research and technology developments, a unique opportunity to share information and knowledge, and an extraordinary venue to network with national and global leaders and professionals in the fields of indoor air quality and healthy built environments.
The HB2009 Exhibition is not your typical trade show. In addition to the Exhibition, which features the latest advancements in green and clean technologies and innovation, the first annual SyracuseCoE Opportunity Exchange (OppEx) at HB2009 , a B2B (business to business) event, will be held in conjunction with the exhibition portion of HB2009.
For a current list of exhibitors, click here.
Location and Hours
Convention Center at Oncenter: Exhibit Hall A
Monday, Sept. 14 – 9 am to 5 pm
Tuesday, Sept. 15 – 9 am to 7 pm
Wednesday, Sept. 16 – 9 am to 5 pm
Delegates from every corner of the globe will be at HB2009 Conference. More than 500 research papers will be presented in 49 technical sessions on topics such as indoor environmental quality, performance and productivity, health, indoor contaminants, and building design and assessment.
In fact, the list of “who should attend” is extensive:
- Buildings: architects, builders, promoters, building systems designers, building researchers, building products and materials manufacturers, building maintenance and management professionals, public facilities administration, and energy and indoor environment auditors.
- Public Health: medical researchers, medical practitioners (respiratory, pediatric, allergy, and immunology), and health authorities.
- Urban Environments: policymakers, urban planners, and municipal authorities and managers.
- Work Performance and Behavior Assessment: productivity, contaminant exposure, psychology, and insurance.