Building physics addresses several different areas in building performance, including air movement, thermal performance, control of moisture, ambient energy, acoustics, light, climate, and biology.
AIRAH’s inaugural Building Physics Forum will focus on air movement, thermal performance, and the control of moisture across building envelopes.
The intention of the Building Physics Forum is to explore ways of controlling these flows across a building’s fundamental architectural elements and assemblies. Controlling these flows across the building envelope can deliver better indoor and outdoor environmental quality, thereby improving the comfort, wellness, and performance of people.
Controlling flows can significantly affect how building HVAC systems are considered, selected, designed, and operated. Building envelopes designed to control flows also reduces the risks of building envelope accelerated decay or failure.
Note: early bird prices close on May 15.
|Forum early-bird rate||$295||$395|
|Forum registration (after early bird)||$330||$440|
*Must provide evidence of full-time study. Please send copy of student card and/or a copy of your current student enrolment to