* 10 October 2017 - Inauguration of the ASHRAE UK Midlands Chapter


Introduction

http://ukmidlands.ashraechapters.org/wiki/lib/images/smaller.gif The ASHRAE UK Midlands Section is the first ASHRAE group in the UK. In principle, it covers Cambridgeshire, Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, West Midlands, Huntingdonshire and Rutland. However, if you are an ASHRAE member and are currently in the UK, you are much welcome to join us and attend our events.

Timeline of @ASHRAEUKMids

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Designing Zero Carbon Building Using Dynamic Simulation Methods..on its way.. https://t.co/WR11Urg2dd
About 1 month ago by: ASHRAE UK Midlands (@ASHRAEUKmids)

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ASHRAE Presidential Lecture Just about to start https://t.co/FaRjunwjzh
About 2 months, 1 week ago by: ASHRAE UK Midlands (@ASHRAEUKmids)

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10 OCT 2017 ASHRAE Presidential Lecture - Prof. Bjarne Olesen, Register Now https://t.co/wXVA0c9bUo
About 2 months, 3 weeks ago by: ASHRAE UK Midlands (@ASHRAEUKmids)

2017-18 Committee

  • President: Mick Holland
  • President-elect: Yi Zhang
  • Vice President: Stephen Gill
  • Treasurer: Mahroo Eftekhari
  • Secretary: Ljubomir Jankovic
  • Board of Governors: Dennis Loveday, Alan Logan, Mick Holland, James Sheehan, Malcolm Cook, Ljubomir Jankovic, Victoria Haines, Stephen Gill, Edward Murphy, Yi Zhang, Mahroo Eftekhari, Rob McLeod, Eleonora Brembilla, Elli Nikolaidou, Vijay Srikandarajah, Zhongshi Yu, Tom Corbett

About ASHRAE

ASHRAE started in 1894 and is 'a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment'. It has more than 54,000 members worldwide who focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability. ASHRAE carries out research, writes standards, publishes papers and articles, and provides certification and education.

Forthcoming events

7 Feb 2018 - Loughborough University

Joint meeting with the local EI and the Student Branch charity event.

(Topic to be confirmed)

18 Apr 2018 - Schneider Electric at Ashby

Talks on smart building controls and site visit.


(Program to be confirmed)

16 May 2018 - Loughborough University

ASHRAE Distinguished Lecture by Richard Rooley FRENG FASHRAE: “Sublime chaos in construction: Each profession and trade as a strange and dominant attractor

Coming up: A research seminar hosted by Loughborough University and the ASHRAE UK Midlands Student Branch

15 Dec 2017 - Loughborough University

NZEB at CEPT University – A Living Laboratory for Building Energy-efficiency”, by Yash Shukla, Technical Director at Centre for Advanced Research in Building Science and Energy, CEPT University.

  • Date/Time: Friday 15 December 2017, 12:00-13:00
  • Location: RT037, Sir Frank Gibb Building, Loughborough University


Yash Shukla is Technical Director (Energy Systems) at Centre for Advanced Research in Building Science and Energy (CARBSE), CEPT University. He is responsible for state-of-the-art performance characterization laboratories at CARBSE. He is part of a Net-Zero Energy Building (NZEB) research team at CARBSE and leads research in the areas of calibration of simulation models and building management systems. He is also Student Activities (SA) chair in ASHRAE – Western India Chapter (WIC).


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Recent events

15 Nov 2018 - Loughborough University

Zero Carbon Buildings Evening

ASHRAE UK Midlands Chapter and Energy Institute East Midlands organized this joint event with two talks: “Design and operation of zero carbon GlaxoSmithKline Elipta Compliance Building” by Dr Rosi Fieldson, Sustainability Manager, Simons Group, and “Designing zero carbon buildings using dynamic simulation methods – a book launch” by Prof Lubo Jankovic, Director, Zero Carbon Lab, Birmingham City University.

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This event is sponsored by Simons Group

10 Oct 2017 - Loughborough University

ASHRAE Presidential Lecture

The influence of occupant behaviour on indoor environment and energy use in buildings” by Professor Bjarne W. Olesen Ph.D., ASHRAE President 2017-2018.

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13 Sep 2017 - Loughborough University

CIBSE EM and ASHRAE UK Midlands Joint Event

CIBSE Presidential Lecture by Peter Y Wong, BSc, LLB, LLM, FCIBSE, FHKIE, FIET, Chartered Engineer, R.P.E (Ell, Bss), CIBSE President, 2017. And “Heat Network Performance and Overheating in Residential Buildings” by Matthew Maskell, Applications Engineer, Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation (GDHV)

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This event is sponsored by The Glen Dimplex Group

13 Jul 2017 - Loughborough University

UK Midlands Student Night

Organized by the ASHRAE UK Midlands Student Branch, the evening saw presentations from nine rising stars in ASHRAE talking about their research. Presenters include Ismanizam Abd-Manaf, Xiaoyan Luo, Francisco M Funes Garrido, Ziqiao Li, Vivi Vatougiou, Argyris Oraiopoulos, Eleonora Brembilla, Thomas Corbett, Charalampos Angelopoulos.

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17 May 2017 - Birmingham City University

Advances in Building Simulation and BIM

This one-day seminar incorporating an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecture by Dennis Knight included presentations from seven leading and innovative building simulation software vendors. It was attended by over 130 delegates. Video recordings of the talks are available on Youtube.

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This event is sponsored by Sefaira UK Ltd, Bentley Systems Int Ltd, Integrated Environmental Solutions Ltd, EQUA Simulation AB, DesignBuilder Software Ltd, Tian Building Engineering UG, and Energy Simulation Solutions Ltd.

15 Feb 2017 - Sheffield Hallam University

ASHRAE UK Midlands and CIBSE Yorkshire Joint Event

The evening entitled “Commercial Buildings; Redefining Performance In-Use” included two speakers, Ian Ellison, a partner at 3edges, and Edward Murphy, founder of Ollio, on the hot topic of the building performance gap. Approaching the problem from very different directions, they have both arrived at similar views in suggesting the solutions lie outside of architects and designers normal fields of view.


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