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ASHRAE Ireland Inaugural Event | Dublin Castle - Jan 22nd

ASHRAE Ireland Inaugural Event | Dublin Castle

Posted on Jan 22, 2016

Cylon Controls Ltd are delighted to announce their sponsorship of The ASHRAE Ireland inaugural event at Dublin Castle (Bedford Hall Suite) on the 9th February at 9:30am. The event will focus on commercial building energy performance, featuring the ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Bruce D. Hunn, who will lecture on measurement, evaluation and improvement of energy performance of commercial buildings. Additional talks will include recent developments in natural refrigerants, modelling of HVAC systems and controls, and building energy policy and regulation.

Inquiries about the event can be made to Daniel Coakley (email: danielcoakley1@gmail.com, tel: +44 74 8099 6333 / +44 141 945 8525) and Simeon Oxizidis (email: simeon.oxizidis@ierc.ie, tel: 21 234 6681). Download the Event Flyer Here!

 

WHEN

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM (GMT) 

 

WHERE

Bedford Hall Suite - Dublin Castle. Dame Street. Dublin 2 IE - View Map

 

Programme

09.30 - Registration & Coffee
10.00 - Welcome address - Frank Caul (ASHRAE Ireland, President)
10.15 - ASHRAE Introduction - Ken Goodman (ASHRAE Sub-region B)
10.30 - Building Performance Measurement, Evaluation and Improvement - Bruce D. Hunn (ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer)
11.30 - Coffee Break
12.00 - Natural Refrigerant - Seamus Kerr (RSL Ireland)
12.30 - Building energy modelling and smart building control - Catherine Conaghan (IES, R&D)
13.00 - Lunch Break
14.00 - ASHRAE Technical Committees and Research Projects - Bruce D. Hunn (ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer)
15.00 - Buildings Energy Policy & Buildings Standards (TBD)
15.30 - Panel Discussion
16.00 - Closing Address - Frank Caul (ASHRAE Ireland, President)
16.15 - Coffee & Networking

 

Keynote Address: Bruce D. Hunn

Bruce D. Hunn, is a consultant in building energy analysis and recently retired after nearly 15 years as Director of Technology/Director of Strategic Technical Programs at ASHRAE. He received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University in 1964, 1965, and 1972, as well as a B.A. in Engineering from the University of Redlands. He serves a Secretary of ASHRAE TC 7.6 (Building Energy Performance) and is a member of SPC 211 (Standard for Commercial Building Energy Audits). He is past chair of TC 4.7 (Energy Calculations) and past vice-chair of the Research and Technical Committee.

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