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The UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings (UKCMB) is happy to announce the 2nd International Conference on Moisture in Buildings (ICMB23), which will be held in a hybrid format this time as the second conference of the biannual series. Launched two years ago through ICMB21, this year’s conference aims to bring together academics and researchers working on any aspect of moisture-induced damage to built environment.
As the proud hosting platform of the conference proceedings, ScienceOpen has dedicated a unique collection to the ICMB where proceedings from both conferences, will be easily accessible, shareable, and put in the larger context of 86 million publications on ScienceOpen.
The conference will be organized from July 3rd to 4th and the proceedings can already be accessed on the ScienceOpen collection.
The ICMB23 conference topics include, but are not limited to:
- Monitoring & modelling of moisture in buildings
- Ventilation, airtightness & moisture in buildings
- Moisture in existing building & retrofit
- Flooding and escape of water
- Materials performance and building decay
- Indoor mould growth
- Moisture in historic/traditional buildings
- Financial, insurance & legal context & consequences of moisture in buildings
- Impact of moisture in buildings on health and wellbeing
- Moisture in buildings education
- Climate induced hazards facilitating moisture enrichment in buildings
On the collection page you can easily search proceedings from the last or upcoming conference. Explore the titles ahead of time and follow the ICMB23 Collection on ScienceOpen to join the conversation on the topics above.
- Xerophilic fungi have a taste for Danish art and cultural heritage
- The effect of brick properties on hygrothermal performance of solid walls
- The effect of underground chambers on the moisture balance of historical buildings in a hot and dry climate
- Basic solutions for the renovation of lightweight brick walls of Estonian detached houses
- Water Vapour Adsorption on Moisture Buffering Building Materials
- Common sampling techniques for the assessment of indoor fungal growth
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