9.30AuditoriumTHE CLIMATE & COMFORT CHALLENGEChair: Susan Roaf
9.30Susan RoafCATE 2022Welcome to the Conference and the Climate Challenge
9.35Patrick HarvieScotland's Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings Welcome to Scotland and Low Carbon Future Vision
9.50Alan Kennedy-AsserUniversity of Bristol It's hotting up: how much and how fast?
10.10Roger CurtisHistoric Environment Scotland Natural and Passive Ventilation in the Past informing Options for HES in the Future
10.30Hannah PallubinskyUniversity of MaastrichtHumans and Buildings in times of climate change - a perspective on resilience
11.20AuditoriumDESIGN LESSONS FROM COVIDChair: Stefano Schiavon
11.20Lidia MorawskaQueensland University of Technology Australian policies to promote infection resilient design
11.50Catherine NoakesUniversity of LeedsInfection resilient buildings: understanding risks to inform policy, design & management of the built environment
12.20Stephanie J DancerNHS Lanarkshire health Trust Healthcare-acquired clusters of COVID-19 across multiple wards in a Scottish health board
12.50Discussions and QuestionsSpeakers Panel Open to the Floor
13.30AuditoriumHEALTH IN BUILDINGSChair: Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt
13.30Clive BeggsLeeds Beckett University Air filtration on hospital wards and COVID
13.55Rod EscombeGeneral Practice YorkPathogen Transmission in Waiting Rooms
14.20Paul O'Sullivan Cork Institute of TechnologyDesigning air flows to minimise COVID transmissions
14.40Yuguo LiUniversity of Hong KongVentilating for a safer future 
15.30'A' FORUMS
PaperRoom / Speaker
15.30 - 17.00A1 - Auditorium COVID AND VENTILATIONChairs: Clive Beggs and Stephanie Dancer
1210A. O'Donovan, F. Delane and P. O'Sullivan Cork Institute of TechnologyIEQ evaluation of lecture room environments: changes due to infectious disease risk management
1183M. Campano, J. Fernández-Agüera, S.Domínguez- Amarillo et al.University of SevilleCovid Risk - a tool to test the risk of aerosol transmission of SARS-CoV-2 under different scenarios: a nursery case study
1207S. Crosby and A.RysanekUniversity of British ColumbiaHigher Ventilation Rates & Energy Efficiency in Post-COVID Buildings: A New Model using Indoor CO2 Levels and Temperature
1170M. Nigra, M. Simonetti, L. Galleano, V. Gentile Politecnico di TorinoDesigning Health Structures for the Global South: Natural Ventilation in Response to Covid-19 Emergency in Contexts of Scarcity
1202Luísa Faria de Mello Quelho and Luiza Sobhie MuñozToledo Prudente University CenterPost-Occupancy Assessment and the Integrated Design Process: the Architectural Requalification of a Family Health Strategy
15.30 - 16.45A2 - Great HallCOMFORT AND ADAPTATION Chairs: Susan Roaf and Fergus Nicol
1206X. Su, O. Kazanci, Z. Wang, and B. OlesenTechnical University of DenmarkField measurements of human thermal comfort in winter across China
1169M. Adaji and T. AdekunleNewham Sixth Form CollegeThermal indices and comfort in low- and middle-income residences during dry seasons in Abuja, Nigeria
1208M. Shrestha and Hom B. RijalTokyo City UniversityInvestigation on thermal comfort in free-running school buildings in the summer season in the temperate climate of Nepal
1217N. Aqilah and Hom B. RijalTokyo City UniversityA review on adaptive thermal comfort and energy saving in residential buildings
1214S. Khadka, H.B. Rijal, K. Amano, T. Saito, et al.Tokyo City UniversityStudy on winter comfort temperature based on daily survey in mixed-mode office buildings in Aichi prefecture of Japan
1228Farah Z. Al-Atrash and Nibal HameedGerman Jordan UniversityClimate Change Adaptation Strategies - downtown Amman.
1203M. Kurmanbekova, S. Sharples and J. DuUniversity of LiverpoolOutdoor climate and pollution levels & ventilation rates impacts on indoor air quality in social housing in Almaty.
15.30 - 16.45A3 - New LibraryCOMFORT AT EXTREMESChair: Gary Raw and Hanan Al Khatri
1204A. Pitts, Y. GaoUniversity of HuddersfieldImpacts of local variations in climate on optimum design techniques & discomfort in dwellings of rural villages of South West China
1200K. HennaIndian Institute of Science, BangaloreInfluence of modern transitions in rural settlements on the thermal expectation of inhabitants
1213S. Manu and A. RysanekUniversity of British ColumbiaAssessment frameworks and instruments for well-being and productivity in relation to IEQ research
1209K. Wan, Z. Feng, S. Hajat, M. Lane and R. DohertyUniversity of EdinburghHealth-related heat and cold adaptive capacity: projections under the UK Shared Socioeconomic Pathways
1181E. K. Khan, S. Sharples, H. MohammadpourkarbasiUniversity of LiverpoolAdopting Passivhaus principles in residential buildings in the extremely hot and dry climate of Saudi Arabia
15.30 - 17.00A4 - Meeting Room 1 COMFORT AND AIR QUALITYChairs: Hannah Paulbinsky and Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt
1187M. Zune and M.KolokotroniBrunel University LondonCorrelation model to evaluate two European climates' impacts on thermal comfort and indoor air quality in houses
1201L. S. Muñoz, L. Crevatin, P.C. Luz, et al. University of São PauloUrban heating, lack of green and lack of space: the contribution of urban vegetation to the improvement of EQ in open urban spaces in the city of São Paulo, Brazil
1180Abdulaziz Mislat AlsharifUniversity of LiverpoolThe Urban Heat Island phenomenon in the Holy City of Makkah, in Saudi Arabia and its impacts on energy consumption.
1190T. Tan, G. Christopoulos and R. AdamThe Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityThe effect of environmental settings on walking comfort of older and younger adults in very hot weathers
1184R. Rupp, N. Giraldo and J. ToftumTechnical University of DenmarkGender effects on thermal perception: A controlled experiment
1186N. Vasquez, R. Rupp and J. ToftumTechnical University of Denmark Analysis of a questionnaire for visual comfort assessments: Effects of question formats
17.00 - 17.30AuditoriumKEYNOTESChair: Rajat Gupta
Philomena BluyssenUniversity of Delft, the NetherlandsAll you need to know about the indoor environment, its occupants, interactions and effects
17.30 - 18.45RECEPTION - The Great Hall, Royal College of Physcians of Edinburgh

9.00David SailorUniversity of Arizona, USAOn the front lines of extreme heat: experimenting with innovative strategies & technologies for cooling the hottest US cities
9.30Bill BordassUsable Buildings Trust Beyond Space Heating and Cooling
9.55Sue Roaf & Fergus NicolHeriot Watt UniversityAcceptable Temperatures for Naturally Ventilated buildings
10.25Terence WilliamsonUniversity of AdelaideAddressing thermal comfort at the extremes: What advice for older people?
10.50Rajat GuptaOxford Brookes University Design for the elderly during summertime overheating: advice from the UK
11.45'B' FORUMS
PaperRoom / Speaker
11.45 - 13.15B1 - AuditoriumDESIGNING FOR EXTREME WEATHERChair: Rajat Gupta and Samuel Domínguez-Amarillo
Rajan RawalCEPT University, IndiaPolicies and programmes for reducing the impact of extreme heat events in India
1205Dong Chen CSIRO, AustraliaOverheating in Australia's new housing stock - a simulation study
Hom RijalTokyo City UniversityThermal environment of dwellings in extreme cold climate of Nepal
1167Gary J RawResearch ConsultantVarying comfort: a different kind of challenge
Nigel Oseland Workplace UnlimitedDesigning for individual needs not the average
11.45 - 13.15B2 - Great HallHEAT WAVES AND URBAN HEAT ISLANDSChair: Adrian Pitts and Terry Williamson
1197R. Risetto, Isabel Mino-Rodriguez and A. Wagner Karlsruher Institute of Technology, GermanyThe effect and influence of personalised ceiling fans on occupants' comfort and physiological response
1226M. Navas-Martin and T. Cuerdo-VilchesSpanish National Research Council, SpainNatural ventilation: a comparative profile of the opening/closing frequency of windows in Spanish homes before and during COVID-19
1220J. Oliveira, J. Perassolli De Lázari, J. Joyce et al., University of Waterloo, CanadaThermal comfort provision in naturally ventilated buildings: a comparison between Brazil and North American standards
1222D. Sánchez-García, J. Martínez-Crespo, U. Ulpiano et al.University Carlos III of MadridAutomation system for setpoint temperatures based on adaptive comfort: guide of ACCIS capabilities running with EnergyPlus.
1223E. Conceição, I. Conceição, Manuela Lúcio, J. Gomes and H. AwbiFCT - Universidade do AlgarveDesign of airflow ventilation in a confluents jets system
1172D. Arslan, H. Mohammadpourkarbasi, S. SharplesUniversity of LiverpoolEmbodied Carbon Viability of Prefabricated Retrofit Modules for Passivhaus-EnerPHit
1179J. Pan, R. Bardhan and S. ChenUniversity of CambridgeHow do occupants perceive thermal comfort in a hybrid office space? A case study of a co-working space in London
1176V. Kalidoss and H. MohammadpourkarbasiUniversity of LiverpoolLife cycle carbon assessment of a contemporary house in the UK built to zero carbon
1218M. Al-Aboud and H. Al-Khatri Sultan Qaboos University, OmanThe influence of indoor thermal environment on the performance of university students
11.45 - 13.15B3 - New LibraryVENTILATION AND COMFORTChairs: Ulrike Passe and Paul O'Sullivan
1211K. Sanjeev, S. Chaturvedi and E. RajasekarIndian Institute Of Technology, RoorkeeImpact of building design variables on natural ventilation potential and thermal performance: An evaluation in New Delhi
1194S. Viana,T. Kanada, A. Barbosa, M. Mello, et al.University of São PauloThe thermal and energy performance of the glazed studio apartments under the current and future climate scenarios in São Paulo
1171G. Lamberti University of Pisa, ItalyBalancing increased ventilation and thermal comfort in educational buildings – a case study
1177M. Hostein, Mathilde, B. Moujalled, M. Musy et al.Cerema and ENTPETaking into account occupant behavior during heatwaves in building simulation
1215D. Grassie, Y. Schwartz, K. Filiz, J. Milner et al.University College London Climatic, energy retro-fit and IEQ mitigation scenario modelling of the English classroom stock model
11.45 - 13.15B4 - Meeting Room 1EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGSChairs: Julio Bros and Jesica Fernández-Agüera
1219F. Al-Akhzami, H. Al-Khatri, S. Al-Saadi, H. KhanSultan Qaboos University Evaluation of current indoor environment using physical measurement and a questionnaire in an educational space in Oman
1185Z. Disci, S. Sharples and R. LawrenceUniversity of LiverpoolThe Effect of Climatic Background on Users’ Thermal Comfort in University Buildings
1191F. Al-Akhzami, H. Al-Khatri, S. Hanan; et al.Sultan Qaboos University, OmanInvestigating the effect of IEQ variables on comfort by a subjective assessment in university classrooms
S. Roaf, M. Guedes and G. AraújoHeriot Watt UniversityComfort in Antarctic Bases: Design Lessons from the Extreme Cold
14.00Bjarne OlesenDanish University of TechnologyWhen will thermal discomfort result in decreased performance and turn into heat/cold stress?
14.25Wouter van Marken LichtenbeltUniversity of MaastrichtRelaxing indoor climate control: lessons from the extreme
14.50Robyn PenderHistoric England, UKBuilding Science into Action in the Climate Emergency
15.15Tom PhillipsHealthy Building Research, Davis, CaliforniaCalifornian and North American experiences and responses to severe weather/climate change events
15.30Ulrike PasseIowa State University Connecting macro and micro climates through ventilation design
15.55Stefano SchiavonUniversity of California at Berkeley, USACooling people with air movement, a sustainable and affordable alternative to AC
16.20Final Discussions and QuestionsWays Forward: Open to the FloorChair: Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt
16.30Conference EndsSusan Roaf and Rajat Gupta