The symposium, “QAIsir – Indoor air quality: a major public health challenge – Innovation and regulation, a necessity”, will take place on June 27th and 28th at the City of Health and Biotechnology Enterprises, Biocitech Romainville-Grand Paris.
The objective of the symposium is to bring together research actors in the field of indoor air quality (polluting studies, mechanisms, etc.), assessment of impacts (toxicity, health impacts, …), evaluation and metrology (sensors, instrumentation, services, etc.), building (architects, BE, operators …) and private and public real estate managers and to ensure a comprehensive approach and provide guidance and good practice.
This symposium will also allow industrialists and private actors to make exchange with researchers about the latest studies and R & D tracks to follow…
Sophie Dubacq, Application and Product Specialist at Bertin Instruments participates as a member of the scientific committee.