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The International Societies of Exposure Science (ISES) and Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) proudly announce a joint conference “The built, natural, and social environments: impacts on exposures, health and well-being”. We aim at understanding the interactions between numerous and complex factors affecting healthy living, focusing on air pollutant exposure in built environment, and enriching the discussions to the effects of natural and social environments. Kaunas as a European Capital of Culture 2022 encourages discussions and forums related to the harmonious and sustainable urban development, informing and involving the wider communities. The built environment must always be discussed in connection with natural and social environments. The Conference aims to broaden up the scope with fresh insights towards improving health and wellbeing.

The topics to be discussed include, but are not limited to:

  • Sources and emissions
  • Concentrations, exposure, hazard, and risk assessment
  • Exposure assessment methods, models, simulation
  • Health, individuals, biomonitoring, and biological response
  • Comfort, productivity, community health and wellbeing
  • Advancing research/knowledge in an imperfect world: strategies, sampling, statistics
  • Exposure control strategies, practices
  • Perception, communication, policy

Symposia Proposals

The Symposium submission site for the ISES ISIAQ 2019 Joint Meeting will open on 1 November 2018. Check back for more information.

Abstract Submission
The Abstract submission site for the ISES ISIAQ 2019 Joint Meeting will open on 25 January 2019.

Planned as a 2.5 day workshop, organized under the principles and with the assistance of The Toxicology Forum, this meeting intends to progress towards a broadly accepted framework to assess and position the safety of trace chemicals exposure from consumer products, and in particular from articles and assembled consumer goods. Both experimental-analytical and computational approaches, and how their respective exposure data are realistic and relevant for safety assessments, will be in scope.