The 7th symposium on Building Physics in the Nordic Countries, June 13-15th, 2005, will be arranged in Reykjavík, Iceland, jointly organized by the Icelandic Building Research Institute and KTH - Building Technology.
This symposium focusing on recent building physics research and development will be the seventh in the Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). The symposium is arranged every third year in one of the Nordic countries. Previous symposia have been held in Lund (1987), Trondheim (1990), Copenhagen (1993), Espoo (1996), Gothenburg (1999) and Trondheim 2002. The objective of the symposium is to provide a forum for building physicists to meet for an exchange of experience of recent research and development work, with a special focus on problems and subjects that are relevant to northern climates.
Since the first one was held in Lund, Sweden (1987), the participation has been steadily increasing. Gradually also non-Nordic building physicists have found this event attractive for presenting their work and meeting Nordic colleagues. In 2002, delegates from 18 different countries attended the 6th symposium.
The conference will be held at Grand Hotel Reykjavik.
Official language is English.