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Conference on indoor air quality

From: Morten Ryhl Svendsen <morten.ryhl>
Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2013
11th International Conference
Indoor Air Quality in Heritage and Historic Environments
13-16 April, 2014

The International Conference on Indoor Air Quality in Heritage and
Historic Environments, held in Prague April 13-16, 2014, is the 11th
in the series of meetings and conferences on this topic.

Having commenced in 1998, the previous conferences were devoted to
various aspects of Indoor Air Pollution: namely air quality
monitoring, standards and guidelines and mitigation of pollutants.

The main topic of the IAQ 2014 conference will be pollutants in the
indoor environment, including synergy between pollutants and other
parameters such as temperature, relative humidity, and light, in
relation to corrosion and degradation of cultural heritage. Beside
environmental monitoring, contributions on modelling, simulations of
sources and behavior of pollutants in the indoor environment and
pollution induced corrosion and degradation mechanisms are welcome.

The IAQ conference series is traditionally attended by a varied
audience of conservators, curators, scientists and other
stakeholders. The Conference will be held in Kaiserstejn Palace, an
architectural gem situated in Prague's Lesser Quarter.

Please visit the conference website for information on registration
and program.

Deadline for abstract submission is January 31, 2014.

Details on how to submit including abstract template is available at


Morten Ryhl Svendsen
Senior scientist, PhD
National Museum of Denmark

                  Conservation DistList Instance 27:17
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Received on Wednesday, 9 October, 2013

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