The conference includes more than 100 sessions within seven conference tracks on a full range of built environment topics, including addressing the climate crisis, reducing human impact on the natural environment, and making the built environment more resilient and sustainable. In-person and virtual attendees will have access to all sessions in the program (and PDHs) through June 2024.
Conference tracks and highly anticipated technical sessions are as follows:
Conference papers and extended abstracts will be added to the conference schedule by May 24. Papers will be scheduled in a mix of traditional paper sessions and poster sessions.
ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) will offer 10 courses during the conference, all approved for continuing education credits toward maintaining P.E. licensure.
Four new courses are being offered:
- V in HVAC — Efficiently Improving IAQ using the Ventilation Rate Procedures (Using Advanced Options for Standard 62.1-2022;
- Introduction to Building Decarbonization;
- Starting the Path to Net Zero Buildings Using ASHRAE 90.1-2022; and
- Fundamentals of Decarbonization Design Systems and Equipment Applications.
ASHRAE certification exams will also be administered during the week and business, committee, and technical meetings will be conducted in the weeks leading up to, and during, the conference.
In addition to honors and award recognitions, updates from society leaders, and the installation of new officers, Ginger Scoggins, incoming 2023-24 ASHRAE president and fellow ASHRAE, will present her inaugural address and share the society theme for the coming year — “Challenge Accepted: Tackling the Climate Crisis.”