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First organized in 1978, the ‘International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate’, or ‘INDOOR AIR’, has a unique history in bringing together researchers from diverse backgrounds to discuss the multi-disciplinary field of indoor air sciences. The INDOOR AIR conference series is the flagship conference of ISIAQ, a broad and multidisciplinary society for anyone conducting indoor air or related research. Building a strong reputation over the 15 editions, some of its latest installments engaged 1000+ participants.
It is an international, independent, multidisciplinary, scientific, non-profit organization whose purpose is to support the creation of healthy, comfortable and productivity-encouraging indoor environments.
Members of the Society are:
  • -Scientists involved in all aspects of indoor air quality
  • -Government and regulatory professionals
  • -Medical practitioners
  • -Occupational health professionals
  • -Building owners and managers
  • -Building, construction and air-conditioning engineers
  • -Architects
  • -Environmental lawyers

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