Monthly Paper Evenings
Free evening lectures for members and non members help you to keep up to date with the latest advances in refrigeration technology, meet leading scientists and practitioners, and network with fellow members. The downloads of papers, slides and discussion reports are free to members only. You can download and print off the list of this next series of papers here
Timings. Refreshments are offered before and after the meetings which start at 5.15pm, and are held at 33 Queen Street in London EC4 (nearest undergound Bank) unless otherwise shown.
CPD Certificate. Those who attend the meeting can apply for a CPD Certificate on the evening.
Any Questions? Questions are encouraged in the formal discussion after the presentation. But if you cannot make it along to the meeting you can send in your questions in advance by email and they will be read out on the night. A full report of questions and answers is posted on the website.
Listen to our webinars. If you cant attend in person you can download a webinar of the presentation with the speakers voice over. Download the viewer code first at www.GoToMeeting.com/codec first. You will be asked to give your name and email and can then view the recorded presentation. Make sure you have the volume turned up or are using a set of headphones to hear the recording.
Report of the latest meeting. A meeting of 50 members and guest of the Institute and the CIBSE ASHRAE Group was held on 10th January 2013 at South Bank University in London. A debate on the topic of “Heat pumps or passive cooling - the most effective low carbon solution for building cooling” with Becci Taylor MCIBSE representing CIBSE ASHRAE Group and David Butler FInstR representing the IOR. Those who took part in the discussion included Steve Connelly, Andy Pearson, Robert Heap, JohnMorley, John Crawford, Chris Dixon, Kevin Yearley, David Hodge, Robin Williams and David Cowan. The meeting closed at 7pm. A vote took place with 15 of those present in favour of Heat Pumps and 23 of those present in favour of Passive Cooling.
Offers of papers for the next session. If you would like to put forward a possible paper for the next session please download the guidelines here. The programme is prepared by members of the Papers Committee who meet in February each year.