American Univesity of Beirut

ASHRAE 5th International Hybrid Conference on Efficient Building Design—Materials and HVAC Equipment Technologies

​​​​​​​​​​​​The Fifth International ASHRAE Conference on Efficient Building Design in Beirut will be presented in a hybrid format, offering both in-person and virtual options for participation for attendees, ensuring convenience, flexibility, and a greater audience engagement with experts and professionals delivering timely and useful industry content.​

The conference, organized by ASHRAE, the ASHRAE Lebanese Chapter, the Munib and Angela Masri Institute of Energy and Natural Resources, and the Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (MSFEA) at the American University of Beirut, will take place October 20-21, 2022 at The American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon.

The focus of the 5th ASHRAE Beirut Conference is on better building design and state of art technologies in building materials and systems that will greatly reduce the energy consumption and hence reduce the emission in carbon dioxide. The conference will present the latest developments, designs, systems, and control strategies of low energy and near zero energy buildings and prospects of next-generation sustainable HVAC systems that are dependent on renewable energy sources.​

The conference features 6 sessions with more than 25 presentations by local and international speakers over two days, as well as four keynote ​presentations from experts and professionals in the field. 


The conference will also feature a special panel on decarbonization titled “Decarbonization of the Building Sector: Challenges/ Opportunities and the Climate​" with the participation of scientists, policy makers, and industrialists who will exchange the most recent approaches and focus on integrating aspects of transition towards zero net carbon buildings.

The Masri Institute is very proud to be associated with and sponsored by the following leading industries and organizations to help raise awareness about the conference and promote its mission: AHRI, DAIKIN, JRAIA, and Refrigerants Australia​.

Parallel to the conference, the following two interactive online courses from the Global Training Center will be offered in conjunction with ASHRAE’s topical conference:​


​​Course
​Course Length
​Course Dates
​Location
Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems: Design & Applications (MENA)
Two-Part Course
​6 hours
​18-19 October 2022

Online
​3 hours
19 October 2022

Online


Click here ​to register for the conference.
Click here ​​to view the conference program. 
Click here ​to view the conference guide.

 
Executive Organizing Committee

Ayah Said, Manager, ASHRAE GTC
Bassam Elassaad, ASHRAE Life Member and Past Regional Chair for Europe
Ghina Annan, Senior Sustainability Specialist, Dar Al-Handasah (Shair and Partners)​
Hassan Sultan,  ASHRAE RAL Regional Lecturer and Advisory Committee Chair​
Kamel Ghali, American University of Beirut
Michel Abi Saab, Manager, Energy Services, Masdar
Nesreen Ghaddar, Conference Chair, American University of Beirut
Nohad Boudani, ASHRAE Conference & Exposition Committee
Samir Traboulsi, American University of Beirut / ASHRAE Global Training Center
Tony Giometti, Senior Manager of Conference Programs, ASHRAE
Walid Chakroun, Kuwait University
Wassim Abdallah, President, Lebanese ASHRAE Chapter
 
Conference Support Staff
 
Christopher Preyor, ASHRAE
Haley Booker-Lauridson, ASHRAE
Lizzy Seymour, ASHRAE
Marianna Vallejo, ASHRAE
Staci Loeffler, ASHRAE
Nathalie Daou, American University of Beirut
Sandrine Assaad, American University of Beirut
 

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