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Big November 2018

Get ready for loads of learning, networking and inspiration.

Big November is filled with fantastic events, seminars and workshops across Australia and New Zealand,
with international experts you are unlikely to catch down under any other time!
Pro Clima Australia and a number of organizations and institutions feature a great line up so
mark your calendar and sign up now.



Friday, 2 Nov
Sydney, AUS | open to public | $20

What is hygrothermal analysis and WUFI®?
Find out how it can help you to design better and minimise your risk.
Oh, and enjoy a bevvy or two!


Monday, 19 Nov
Auckland, NZ | open to public | $30

Join us and hear a world leading expert, Terry Brennan, share the key points for best practice planning, design and operation of healthy, comfortable buildings.


Tuesday, 20 Nov
Sydney, AUS | open to public | $35 – $60

Join us and hear a world leading expert, Terry Brennan, share the key points for best practice planning, design and operation of healthy, comfortable buildings.


Wednesday, 21 Nov
Sydney, AUS | by invitation

A deep dive into building diagnostics with Terry Brennan who is the key input to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers test standard and renowned expert in air tightness, building commissioning, and moisture issues.
You can also connect with Terry at the Building Physics Forum 22 – 23 Nov in Sydney.

2018 AIRAH

Thursday & Friday, 22 & 23 Nov
Sydney, AUS | open to public | $ – $$

A two-day event focusing on air movement, thermal performance, and the control of moisture across building envelopes.
A fantastic line up not to be missed, including our international speakers Prof. Dr. Hartwig Künzel (GER) and Terry Brennan (USA). The pro clima Australia team will also be on hand running the workshops so come along and talk to Lothar, Thomas, Jesse and Sean.


Wednesday, 28 Nov
Auckland, NZ | open to public | free

WUFI® creator Prof. Dr. Hartwig Künzel joins us for a special event focused on WUFI® and Windows that Work.
If you’d like to connect with Hartwig in Australia, make sure you go along to the Building Physics Forum 22 – 23 Nov in Sydney.


Terry Brennan
Camroden Associates Inc.

Terry is a building scientist and educator. He currently chairs the U.S.A.C.E committee developing new air leakage protocols. Past work includes consulting on a research project to restore homes in the Seventh Ward of New Orleans after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, teaching healthy housing courses for the National Center for Healthy Housing and working on a research project to study unplanned airflows in commercial buildings in New York State. He was a main contributor to the EPA Moisture Control Guidance for Building Design, Construction. He is a member of ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation and Air Quality Committee and served as consultant to the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Dampness and Health in Buildings. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Physics and a Masters Degree in Environmental Studies.

Prof. Dr. Hartwig Künzel
Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP

Hartwig M. Künzel is responsible for hygrothermal investigations sponsored by industry and government. His duties include scientific research and model development, staff management and financial control of the department’s annual research budget. During his PhD work, Künzel developed the hygrothermal model WUFI® which has become an internationally recognized and widely applied simulation tool for moisture control in buildings. His research has helped to provide better understanding of the hygrothermal conditions in building envelope systems and their impact on building energy consumption, durability and human comfort.
Künzel has worked on numerous international projects supported by the International Energy Agency (IEA), the European Commission and several German Ministries. He is involved in the development of international guidelines and standards, e.g. chairing the national standard committee on moisture control and the CEN working group on hygrothermal performance of building components and building elements.
Since 1999 Künzel has been a member of the American Society for Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), participating regularly in Technical and Standard Committee meetings on moisture management, insulation materials and climate data. He has been principle reviser of Chapter 25 of the internationally renowned ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals 2009 and 2013. He has published more than 350 scientific articles in international trade journals, conference proceedings and text books.

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