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ASHRAE Annual Conference 2023

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June 24 - June 28, 2023
510 Water Street, Tampa, FL 33602

ASHRAE is hosting its annual conference June 24-28, 2023, at the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street and Tampa Marriott Water Street. (The hotels are connected to each other, and both serve as HQ hotels.)

Overview of conference tracks

1. HVAC&R Systems and Equipment. Papers and programs in this track focus on the development of new systems and equipment, novel applications of existing systems and equipment, improvements to existing systems and equipment and the proper application and operation of systems and equipment.

2. Fundamentals and applications. This track provides opportunities for papers and presentations of varying levels across a large topic base. Concepts, design elements and shared experiences for theoretical and applied concepts of HVAC&R design are included.

3. Research summit. This track includes ASHRAE-sponsored research and research of interest to the ASHRAE community.

4. Pathways to net-zero energy and decarbonization. This track highlights: case studies and research that expand on the simple to the complex methods being developed to reduce carbon impact on the global environment; tools and resources to make zero-energy design and operation more easily achievable; innovative and state-of-art technologies and strategies to achieve zero-energy communities and campuses; policies and regulations, codes and standards, and utility programs for adoption and scale up of net-zero (or net-positive) energy building and community initiatives.

5. Future-proofing the built environment. This track invites papers, abstracts, seminars and forums that highlight innovative technologies and strategies that reimagine our relationship with the built environment now and into the future, including advancements in: grid resilience; thermal storage systems; demand response; HVAC systems, equipment and design strategies for extreme climates and weather; appropriate responses to energy supply disruptions; and how all the above are tied to resilience and energy conservation efforts.

6. Building automation and control systems. Submissions in this track may include IoT, cybersecurity, fault detection and diagnosis, big data analytics and applications, smart building, grid-enabled equipment and appliances, and HVAC design and operation for load flexibility, time-of-day practices, utility programs, etc.

7. Professional development and education. In addition to seminars, submissions to this track may lend themselves to interactive session types such as workshops, panels and forums.

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