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Keynote Speakers


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Prof. Howard Kipen

Kipen received a BA from UC Berkeley and MD from UC San Francisco.  He completed an internal medicine residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, followed by an MPH at Columbia and an Occupational Medicine residency at Mount Sinai in New York.  
Dr. Kipen is currently Professor and Chair (interim) of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Rutgers School of Public Health.  He is also Chief of the Division of Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine, and Medical Director of the Controlled Environment Facility (CEF) of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), where he is also Acting Associate Director.  He directs EOHSI’s Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core which facilitates clinical and epidemiologic translation of basic science discoveries to human studies. He has authored over 180 scientific articles, book chapters and reviews on topics in environmental and occupational health, many on the health effects of air pollutants, both indoor and outdoor.  
Since, 2004, he has directed human mechanistic biomarker and air pollution studies in Beijing, Chongqing / Reading, and the US to understand how air pollutants affect cardiovascular and respiratory health. He is PI on an EPA study that examines climate change impacts on air pollution and biomarkers of vascular health.   He has served on or chaired a number of committees at the Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences, NIH, Department of Veterans Affairs, American Thoracic Society, Department of Defense, and NJ Departments of Environmental Protection and Health.  He co-directed  the American Thoracic Society’s Ad hoc committee on “What Constitutes an Adverse Health Effect of Air Pollution.”, and is chair-elect of its Assembly on Environmental, Occupational, and Population Health.  From 2009 to 2016, he chaired NASA’s Standing Review Panel on Advanced Environmental Health / Food Technology.  
Presentation TitleDoes Indoor Air Cause Lethal Health Problems and What Can We Do If it Does? 




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Prof. Qingqin Wang

Prof. Wang Qingqin,Vice President of China Academy of Building Research (CABR), Ph.D, Ph.D. adviser. 
Prof. Wang Qingqin is a State Class Person of National Talents Engineering of China, and enjoys government special allowance of the State Council, deputy chief of Implementation Panel of National R & D Programs in the Eleventh Five-year Plan Period, deputy director of Management Office of the National R & D Programs of MOHURD. He is also the director of Disaster Prevention Research Center of MOHURD (Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development).
Prof. Wang Qingqin also takes the following positions: Vice Chairman of China Green Building Council (China GBC), member expert of Appraisal Committee of Green Building Label of MOHURD, director of academic board of CABR, director of The State Key Lab of Building Safety and Built Environment, director of National Center for Building Engineering Technology Research, Vice president of China Building Energy Efficiency Association, and executive director of Chinese Association for Laboratory Animal Sciences, etc.
Prof. Wang Qingqin takes in charge of over ten important key scientific research projects of National Key Research Programs in the Ninth and Tenth Five-Year Plan Periods, and National R & D Programs in eleventh Five-Year Plan Period, Science & Technology Program of MOHURD, and Scientific Research Institutes Special Programs of Ministry of Science and Technology.
Prof. Wang Qingqin is the editor-in-chief of 8 national standards such as Evaluation Standard for Energy Efficiency Buildings (GB/T50668), Architectural and Technical Code for Biosafety Laboratories (GB50346), Assessment Standard for Green Retrofitting of Existing Buildings (GB/T51141), and Code for Construction and Acceptance of Infectious Disease Hospitals (GB50686), Assessment standard for green store building(GB/T51100). He has been awarded 11 provincial prizes for scientific achievements, co-published 12 books, and published over 80 academic papers.

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Prof. Alan Short

Professor of Architecture Cambridge University (former dean), well-known architect. His research group investigates and develops passive and hybrid resilient, low-energy design strategies for new-build and perhaps more importantly for interventions in non-domestic buildings in different climates, projecting their future performance against current climate change predictions. More recently the work has concentrated on hospital buildings, the group has assessed the resilience of the entire NHS Estate, its adaptation potential and the likely cost, reported to Ministers. Short is appointed to administer and report on the UK Dept of Health's NHS Energy Efficiency Fund 2013-14.
Main research areas: sustainable building design (the passive and mixed passive and low-energy-consumption design scheme for newly built and reconstructed non-residential buildings in various climatic conditions).
Presentation Title: The recovery of natural environments in architecture