Venue: Italian Cultural Centre, 3075 Slocan St., Vancouver, BC
Date: Wednesday March 15th, 2017
Cost: ASHRAE BC Chapter Members & IAQA Members $50
Other Attendees (Non Chapter Members, Guests) $60
Schedule: Doors Open at 5:30pm
5:30 - 6:30pm Registration & Social Hour
6:30 - 7:20pm Dinner & Research Draw
7:20 - 8:15pm Speaker Presentation
Professor Steven Rogak will review the fundamental sources and properties of aerosols (solids or liquids suspended in a gas), common methods of measurement (with a view to monitoring in buildings), and control methods (with a focus on filtration).
Professor Rogak is an expert on aerosol measurements and emissions. His focus has been on soot and nanoparticle emissions from combustion sources, as these are the particles most implicated in the human health impacts of air pollution. Human exposure to airborne contaminants is typically highest indoors, and this concern has led to research on transport of cough and sneeze particles (with Dr. Amir Aliabadi at University of Guelph), filtration (with Dr. James Montgomery) and the degradation of HVAC equipment from air pollution (leading the dPoint-Zehnder-UBC collaborative project). Professor Rogak is author of more than 70 peer reviewed papers on aerosols, is currently a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Aerosol Science and Technology, and is on the Scientific Advisory Committee for FlareNet, a Canadian network of researchers quantifying the emissions from oil and gas production flaring emissions. Professor Rogak teaches in the areas of thermodynamics and building energy systems, and has twice been a supervisor for UBC’s winning ASHRAE Student Design competition teams.
Please register for the meeting using the ASHRAE BC Chapter’s web portal, which makes it simple for you to register and prepay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard).
ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PRE-REGISTER; WALK-INS WILL NOT BE ACCOMMODATED.
If you experience any problems or have questions regarding the registration process please contact: Ali Zahedi, Attendance Coordinator. Tel: 604-298-4858 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org