ICR2015: A stimulating environment for dynamic exchanges
At ICR2015 these stakeholders from all sectors and all levels will share their knowledge and research to promote more energy efficient and environmentally friendly solutions for the refrigeration sector.
A stimulating environment for dynamic exchanges
Quality workshops are pivotal to the ICR programme and this year’s selection covers a wide range of designs, the demonstrations, and application of techniques.
Through presentations and round table discussions with audience participation, these workshops create a stimulating environment for dynamic exchanges on cutting-edge topics.
Some of the 11 workshops already scheduled are:
- DataBase and Simulation Tools for refrigeration on cold chain: Frisbee Database and Tools Time Length
- Magnetic Refrigeration: Materials & Systems for Commercialization
- “Environmentally Low Impact Cooling Technology” (ELICiT) EU Project
- Current global status of transition to lower GWP alternatives by laws and regulations
- IIR Working Party on Life Cycle Climate Performance Evaluation
- Evaluating Low-GWP Refrigerants for Air-Conditioning Industry in High Ambient Temperature Countries
- Heating and Power From Low Temperature Heat
Each workshop lasts approximately 100 minutes and consists of a panel of experts from the refrigeration field.
Sponsorship opportunities: open until 15 May
The International Congress of Refrigeration (ICR) draws approximately 1,500 participants from every sector of refrigeration, making it the largest single refrigeration event in the world.
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Technical summary lectures — learn from Japanese pioneers
In addition to presentations from keynote speakers from across the globe, at ICR2015 distinguished Japanese pioneers in refrigeration will present the history, present and future situations in each of their research fields, sharing their knowledge with junior and senior researchers active on the global frontier of science and engineering.
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Improving Quality of Life, Preserving the Earth
The 7-day event, entitled “Improving Quality of Life, Preserving the Earth”, is expected to attract a large number of refrigeration professionals from over 60 different countries.
With a focus on improving standards and the quality of life of many worldwide, as well as emphasising the importance of preserving the earth through the advancement of refrigeration applications and technology, this unique event offers a leading platform for development in refrigeration technology.
Cross-border opportunities throughout Asia
Additionally, held in Japan, ICR2015 will inevitably appeal to a large number of delegates from Asia, making it a great occasion to, amongst others, explore cross-border opportunities throughout Asia and across the globe.
The b and focused conference programme includes over 10 main topics which are then divided into over 80 sub-topics covering every aspect of refrigeration.
The main topics covered are:
- air conditioning
- biology and food technology
- energy recovery
- equipment and systems
- gas processing
- heat pumps
- storage and transport
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Early bird registration open until 8 May
Don't miss this opportunity to connect with stakeholders from science, government and industry worldwide. Register now
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About the ICR
IIR International Congresses of Refrigeration (ICR) are milestone events. Since 1908, a congress has been held once every 4 years uniting refrigeration stakeholders from every corner of the world.
A place where dialogue and discussions on important technical issues happen, the ICR is known as a platform for in depth exchange and analysis that covers all aspects of refrigeration.
In 1925, the Japan Society of Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, JSRAE, was established to develop and disseminate knowledge nationally and internationally on refrigerating and freezing technology together with related scientific technologies. For over 45 years, it has functioned as a non-profit academic organization in the field of refrigeration.