Plenary Speakers

Sunday:
“Communities creating health: Collaborative innovation for better environmental and public health”

Monika Petraite, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
“Communities creating health: Collaborative innovationng for better environmental and public health”

Monday:
Balancing between health and energy consumption for healthy and sustainable buildings​

Elisa Van Kenhove, Ghent University, Belgium
“How not to waste energy on Legionella”

Yuguo Li, University of Hong Kong, China
“Respiratory infection in buildings: Transmission and roles of environment intervention”

Tuesday:
Challenges in monitoring exposure in the 21st century: Harmonization, collaboration and legal requirements

Marike Kolossa-Gehring, Umweltbundesamt (German EPA), Berlin, Germany “Coordinating and advancing human biomonitoring in Europe with HBM4EU – Pulling together cultures, legislations and perspectives”

Speaker TBA
“Challenges and new developments in environmental monitoring”

Wednesday:
Keeping ecosystem services safe: Spotlight on extreme events, climate change and water supply

Pekka Pietilä, Tampere University, Finland
“Political and scientific challenges around water supply”

Anita van Breda, WWF, United States of America
“Cause, effect and intervention for extreme events due to climate change”

Thursday:
Excellence in exposure and indoor air quality sciences

ISES AWARD Ceremony: Speaker To Be Selected

Closing Plenary
Carl-Gustav Bornehag,  Karlstad University, Sweden; Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA
“Interdisciplinarity for better risk assessment of indoor chemicals. A lecture in honor of Prof. Jan Sundell for his lifelong work on Indoor Air Quality and Health”

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