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View the preliminary conference program below or to print click here. To view the abstract of the presentation, click on any of the blue numbers below.

 

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Last updated on 05-05-16     

Saturday, 21 May

0800-2100

Meeting Room 2

Board of Directors Meeting & Dinner – invite only

0900-1500

Full Day Warsaw Tour – 6 hours

During this nostalgic panoramic city tour you will enjoy a walking tour passing by the Castle Square, King Sigismund's Column, St. John's Cathedral, the Old Town Market Square and the Barbican. The Old Town (originally built in 14th and 15th centuries, totally destroyed during WWII and carefully raised from the ruins between 1945-1955) currently is listed at UNESCO World Heritage, but it is also a heart of the city, full of galleries, cafés and restaurants and with one of the symbols of Warsaw - Royal Castle.

 

For more information and how to sign up, click here.

Sunday, 22 May

0600-2000

Full Day Pendolino, Krakow & Salt Mines Tour – 14 hours

Take the sites in at Krakow by seeing the Old Town area within the Planty greenbelt - an excellently preserved medieval city, St. Mary’s Church with the famous wooden altar, the Town Hall Tower, the Cloth Hall, the ”Wierzynek” restaurant and the burgher houses, Wawel hill - dominated by the Cathedral, the Castle and the defense towers. You will visit Wieliczka Salt Mines, a unique venue full of marvelous chambers excavated and sculpted in rock salt, listed at UNESCO World Heritage, world class attraction, only two places of this kind are available all over the world, one in Austria, one next to Krakow. This tour includes the most beautiful chambers with St. Kinga Chapel, the biggest mine chapel in the world.

 

For more information and how to sign up, click here.

0800-1200

Meeting Room 2

Board of Directors & ECCG Meeting – invite only

0800-1600

Warsaw Foyer

Exhibitor Set-up

0800-1700

Warsaw Foyer

Registration

0900-1800

ITB Fire Testing Laboratory Tour in Pionki

ITB is offering a complimentary tour for the first 25 registrants that sign up. The tour is an opportunity for Fire Safety Experts to gain firsthand experience in fire testing of various building elements. This event will help understanding the fire requirements given in prescriptive codes, and allow to “touch” what does the required indexes really stand for. ITB representatives during the tour will guide participants through various methods, ranging from small “desktop” scale to some of the world’s largest furnaces, sharing their experience and observations. ITB employees are also fire engineers, researchers and practitioners in computational analysis, who can share a very unique point of view on the fire safety built on practical experience in both prescriptive and performance side of our field.

 

For more information click here. Spaces are limited and will fill up quickly, don’t forget to make your selection during registration.

1800-2000

Meza Restaurant

VIP Reception – invite only

Monday, 23 May

0800-1700

Warsaw Foyer

Registration

0800-2000

Warsaw Foyer

Exhibits

0900-1020

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session

0900-0920

 

Welcoming Remarks, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President; Piotr Tofilo, Ph.D., The Main School of Fire Service / Polish SFPE Chapter

0920-0950

Using Data to Enhance Fire and Life Safety Inspection and Enforcement Programs, Kathleen H. Almand, PE, FSFPE, Vice President, Research, National Fire Protection Association

0950-1020

Ventilation for Smoke Control, Fire Control and Life Safety in Tunnels, Ricky Carvel, Ph.D., Lecturer, University of Edinburgh

1020-1050

Warsaw Foyer

Morning Break

1050-1230

Parallel Track A

Regulation

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Human Behavior/Egress

Warsaw Hall IV

  Session Moderator:
Michael Strömgren, Fire Safety Engineer, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden

Session Moderator:
Jimmy Jönsson, BSc Fire, MSc Risk, PMSFPE, Director, JVVA Fire & Risk

1050-1115

01. Towards a Next Generation Performance-Based Building Regulatory System Architecture, Brian Meacham, Ph.D., PE, FSFPE, CEng, FIFireE, Associate Professor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute


00. Revisions to the SFPE Guide to Human Behavior in FireChris Jelenewicz, PE, FSFPE, Technical Director, SFPE

1115-1140

65. The Singapore Fire Safety Engineering Guidelines (SFEG), Nicholas Lee, Senior Consultant, Singapore Civil Defence Force

14. Virtual Compartment: An Alternative Approach to Means of Egress Design in Airport Pedestrian Tunnel, Xiaolei Chen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, California State University; Ning Frank Wang, PE, Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Jensen Hughes

1140-1205

Possible Use of FSE in the Context of French Regulation, Armelle Muller, Director – Fire Research Laboratory, CNPP

 

34. Evacuation and Life Safety Assessment in Germany, Gregor Jäger, MSc, Fire Protection Engineer, BFT Cognos GmbH; Benjamin Schröder, MSc, Ph.D. Student, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

 

1205-1230

48. The New Zealand Building Code Verification Method VM2 – Four Years on – A Practitioner’s Perspective, Michael James, ME (Fire), BE (Mech), CPEng, IntPE, MIPENZ (Fire), PMSFPE, Managing Director, Origin Fire Consultants Ltd.

 

53. Sensitivity Analysis for Modelling Parameters Used for Advanced Evacuation Simulations – How Important Are the Modelling Parameters When Conducting Evacuation Modelling? Olaf Pérez, MSc, Fire Engineer, JVVA Fire & Risk; Gabriele Vigne, MSc, MAast, MSFPE, Fire Safety Engineer, JVVA Fire & Risk; Jimmy Jönsson, BSc Fire, MSc Risk, PMSFPE, Director, JVVA Fire & Risk

 

1230-1330

Warsaw Foyer

Lunch

1330-1600

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Case Studies

Underground Car Park

1330-1345 Hong Kong - W.K. Chow, Ph.D., FSFPE, Chair Professor of Architectural Science and Fire Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
1345-1400 Japan - Kiyoshi Fukui, Chief Architect, Life Safety Planning Section, Nikken Sekkei
1400-1415 Poland - Dorota Brzezinska, Ph.D., Technical University of Lodz, SFPE Polish Chapter; Janusz Paliszek, GRID & INBEPO
1415-1430 Sweden - Axel Jönsson, BSc Fire, MSc Risk, Fire Safety Consultant, Brandskyddslaget
1430-1445 United Kingdom -  Darren Agnew, BSc, AIFireE, Fire Engineer, Hoare Lea; Gary Daniels, MPhil, BSc, CEng, MIFireE, PMSFPE, Associate, Hoare Lea Fire Engineering; Declan Thomas, BSc, MSc, AIFireE, Fire Engineer, Hoare Lea
1445-1500 USA - Adam Graybeal, PE, Registered Fire Protection Engineer, Koffel Associates, Inc.
1500-1600 Case Study Panel Discussion

1600-1630

Warsaw Foyer

Afternoon Break

1630-1745

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session

1630-1635

Welcome Back, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

1635-1735

Update on SFPE Design Fire Scenarios Standard, Charles Fleischmann, Ph.D., FSFPE, Professor, University of Canterbury

1800-2000

Warsaw Foyer

Welcome Reception

Enjoy a variety of hors d'oeuvres and cocktails while networking and catching up with colleagues.

Tuesday, 24 May

0730-1730

Warsaw Foyer

Registration

0800-1730

Warsaw Foyer

Exhibits

 0800-0905

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session

0800-0805

Welcome, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

0805-0835

Am I Old School or Am I New School?, William E. Koffel Jr., PE, FSFPE, President, Koffel Associates, Inc.

0835-0905

Challenges Facing the Government Official – Examples of How Fire Safety and Risk Engineering Methods Can Solve a Wide Variety of Problems, Björn Karlsson, Ph.D., Director General, Iceland Construction Authority

0905-0955

Parallel Track A

Fire Models

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Applications – Life Safety

Warsaw Hall IV

 

Session Moderator: 

Daniël Brandon, Ph.D., MSc, BSc, Scientist, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden


Session Moderator:
Nigel Hiorns, BSc, MSFPE, MIFireE, FIHEEM, Managing Partner, Fire Ingenuity

0905-0930

67. Hand Calculations, Zone Models and CFD – Areas of Disagreement and Limits of Application in Practical Fire Protection Engineering, Piotr Tofilo, Ph.D., The Main School of Fire Service / Polish SFPE Chapter; Wojciech Węgrzyński, MSc FPE, Head of Smoke Control, Signaling and Fire Automation Division, Building Research Institute (ITB); Rafał Porowski, Ph.D., The Main School of Fire Service


36. Experiments to Develop a Performance-based Ranking Assessment Method for Rooms Partially Lined with Timber, Charles Fleischmann, Ph.D., FSFPE, Professor, University of Canterbury; Harriet Peel, Fire Engineer, Olsson Fire & Risk New Zealand Ltd

0930-0955

12. Use of FDS To Comply with Performance-Based Requirements Based on Layer Height, Jason P. Huczek, MEng., Principal Engineer, Southwest Research Institute; Marc L. Janssens, Ph.D., Senior Engineer, Southwest Research Institute

United States Healthcare Facilities Fire Protection - Do We Have It Right? Michael Crowley, PE, FSFPE, Vice President, Jensen Hughes


0955-1025

Warsaw Foyer

Morning Break – Sponsored by Protect Tadeusz Cisek | Wspólnicy

1025-1205

Parallel Track A

Fire Models

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Applications - Framework

Warsaw Hall IV

 

Session Moderator:
Kathleen H. Almand, PE, FSFPE, Vice President, Research, National Fire Protection Association


Session Moderator:
Brian Meacham, Ph.D., PE, FSFPE, CEng, FIFireE, Associate Professor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

1025-1050

51. The Pre-Flashover Compartment Fire and Fire Safety Engineering – A Review of Hand-­‐Calculation Methods, Nils Johansson, Ph.D. in Fire Safety Engineering, BSc FPE, MSc Risk and Safety Engineering, Associate Senior Lecturer, Lund University


39. Fire Safety Engineering for Innovative and Sustainable Building Solutions - Development of Building Processes Focusing on Review & Control of Fire Safety Engineering, Johan Norén, BSc, MSc, Technical Director, Briab Brand & Riskingenjörerna AB

 

1050-1115

20. Use of CFD in the Performance-Based Design for Fire Safety in the Oil and Gas Sector, Camille Azzi, Ph.D., Senior Engineer, GexCon AS

69. Determining Baseline Performance and the Application to Performance-Based Design, Simon Goodhead, PE, CEng, MIFireE, Director, Jensen Hughes; Eddie Farrow, MIFireE, Consultant, Jensen Hughes


1115-1140

09. A Comparative Analysis of the Use of Different External Fire Spread Calculation Methods, Declan Thomson, BSc, MSc, AIFireE, Fire Engineer, Hoare Lea

42. Performance-Based Design – An Aid to Rectifying Building Errors, Lawrence Reddaway, MA(Cantab), GradDipMgmt, GradDipConstnLaw, FIEAust, MSFPE, Fire Engineer, Reddaway Enterprise Pty Ltd.


1140-1205

43. Influence of Material of Boundary Condition on Temperature and Visibility, Luciano Nigro Sr., P.Eng, President, Technical Director, Hughes Associates Europe; Andrea Ferrari Sr., P.Eng, Fire Protection Engineer, Hughes Associates Europe; Elisabetta Filippo Jr., MSc, Project Engineer, Hughes Associates Europe


68. Fire Engineering Platform - A New Tool Package Addressing the Needs of Fire Protection Engineers, AHJs and Educators, Piotr Tofilo, Ph.D., The Main School of Fire Service / Polish SFPE Chapter

 

1205-1305

Warsaw Foyer

Lunch

1305-1335

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session
 1305 Welcome Back, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

1305-1335

Travelling Fires for the Structural Design of Buildings, Guillermo Rein, Ph.D., Reader in Thermal Energy, Department of Mechanical Engineering of Imperial College and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Fire Technology

1335-1450

Parallel Track A

Risk

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Structural - Applications

Warsaw Hall IV

 

Session Moderator:

Wojciech Węgrzyński, MSc FPE, Head of Smoke Control, Signaling and Fire Automation Division, Building Research Institute (ITB)


Session Moderator:
Weng Poh, Ph.D., National Technical Director—Fire Engineering, Umow Lai


1335-1400

17. Probabilistic Fire Risk Analysis in the Nordic Region, Greg Baker, BE, ME, MSFPE, Chief Scientist, SP Fire Research AS

26. Numerical Study on the Influence of a Design Fire Scenario on the Response of a 10-Story Steel Frame: Travelling Fires and Eurocode Parametric Time-Temperature Curves, Egle Rackauskaite, Research Postgraduate, Imperial College London


1400-1425

40. On the Use of Fire Modeling Tools to Support Performance-Based Design Evaluations and Regulatory Acceptance, Justin Williamson, Ph.D., Fire Protection Engineer, Jensen Hughes


50. 103 Colmore Row Streamlining Structural Fire Engineering; from “Brute” to “Beaut”! Nigel Hiorns, BSc, MSFPE, MIFireE, FIHEEM, Managing Partner, Fire Ingenuity, Maria Kierzek, BSc, Post Graduate Student, Poznan University of Technology

 

1425-1450

08. Development of a QRA Method for Quantifying the Life Safety Risk in Complex BuildingsBart van Weyenberge, Ph.D., Researcher, University of Ghent

 

 

55. Practical Problems of Applying Performance-Based Structural Fire Engineering in Building Design, Piotr Smardz, MSc, CEng, MIEI, Partner, INBEPO Sp. z o.o.

 

1450-1520

Warsaw Foyer

Afternoon Break – Sponsored by Smay SP. z.o.o.

 1525-1530

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session

1525-1530

Welcome Back, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

1530-1745

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Case Studies

Production & Storage Building

1530-1545 Finland - Juho Pussinen, Chief Fire Protection Engineer, Industrial Fire Safety, L2 Fire Safety Ltd.
1545-1600 France - Eric Guillaume, Technical Director, Efectis Group
1600-1615 New Zealand - Carol Caldwell, CPEng, Director, Enlightened Solutions; Charles Fleischmann, Ph.D., FSFPE, Professor, University of Canterbury
1615-1630 Poland - Wojciech Węgrzyński, MSc FPE, Head of Smoke Control, Signaling and Fire Automation Division, Building Research Institute (ITB); Grzegorz Krajewski, Building Research Institute (ITB)
1630-1645 Spain - Jimmy Jönsson, BSc Fire, MSc Risk, PMSFPE, Director, JVVA Fire & Risk
1645-1745 Case Study Panel Discussion

1815-2130

Warsaw Foyer

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Reception & Dinner
Start the evening off with a reception from 1815 – 1930 in the Warsaw Foyer, then relish in a three course dinner while enjoying lively Polish folk entertainment, starting at 1930 in Warsaw Hall I+II+III.


Wednesday, 25 May

0730-1700

Warsaw Foyer

Registration

0800-1430

Warsaw Foyer

Exhibits

 0800-0905

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session

0800-0805

Welcome, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

0805-0835

Making Buildings Smarter: Sensor Based Monitoring of People Location and Movement during Evacuation, Daniel Nilsson, Ph.D., FSE, Department of Fire Safety Engineering and Systems Safety, Lund University

0835-0905

A Synergistic Approach between Modeling and Experimentation to Develop Fire Protection Recommendations within Codes and Standards, Christopher Wieczorek, Ph.D., Group Manager Fire & Explosion Protection, FM Global

0905-0955

Parallel Track A

Smoke

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Structural - Concrete

Warsaw Hall IV

  Session Moderator:
Tadeusz Cisek, President, Protect Tadeusz Cisek | Wspólnicy

Session Moderator:
Zygmunt Staszewski, PE, FSFPE, President, Z.S. Engineering D.P.C. Consulting Engineers

0905-0930

33. Influence of Variability of Soot Yield Parameter in Assessing the Safe Evacuation Conditions in Advanced Modeling Analysis. Results of Physical and Numerical Modeling Comparison, Gabriele Vigne, MSc, MAast, MSFPE, Fire Safety Engineer, JVVA Fire & Risk; Wojciech Węgrzyński, MSc FPE, Head of Smoke Control, Signaling and Fire Automation Division, Building Research Institute (ITB)


46. Combined Approach for High Temperature Concrete Simulations, Matteo Pachera, Ph.D. Student, University of Padova; Francesco Pesavento, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Padova

 

0930-0955

11. Experimental Study to Evaluate Smoke Stratification and Layer Height in Highly Ventilated Compartments, Jason P. Huczek, MEng, Principal Engineer, Southwest Research Institute


16. A New Test Method to Investigate the Fire Behavior of Composite Concrete Slabs, David Fox, Ph.D., Fire Safety Engineer, Olsson Fire and Risk

 

0955-1025

Warsaw Foyer

Morning Break

1025-1205

Parallel Track A

Smoke

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Applications - FSE

Warsaw Hall IV

 

Session Moderator: 

Gabriele Vigne, MSc MAast MSFPE, Fire Safety Engineer, JVVA Fire & Risk

Session Moderator:
Anthony Militello, PE, CSP, Director, Safety and Occupational Health, Department of the Navy


1025-1050

54. Active Pressure Control in HVAC Systems, a Cost-Effective Solution to Limit Fire and Smoke Spread in Airtight Buildings, Pär Hansson, BSc FPE, LTH, CEO, FSD Göteborg AB; Mattias Arnqvist, BSc FPE, LTH, CEO, FSD Göteborg AB


24. Safety Concept for Underground Garages Open for Cars Powered by LPG - Results of Real Scale Tests, Dorota Brzezinska, Ph.D., Technical University of Lodz, SFPE Polish Chapter

 

1050-1115

Natural Ventilation – A Green Smoke Control Approach, William E. Koffel Jr., PE, FSFPE, President, Koffel Associates, Inc.; Adam Graybeal, PE, Registered Fire Protection Engineer, Koffel Associates, Inc.


19. Performance-Based Fire Safety Design of Cold Storages, Atli Rutur Thorsteinsson, Fire Safety Engineer, EFLA Consulting Engineers; Bodvar Tomasson, Division Manager, EFLA Consulting Engineers

1115-1140

35. Fire Safety of Staircases in Multi-Story Buildings - The Results of Measurements in Buildings and Simulations, Grzegorz Kubicki, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department of Environmental Engineering Warsaw University of Technology; Izabela Tekielak-Skałka, R&D Manager, SMAY, LLS


32. Design and Remediation for Fire Safety of Ready-Made Garment Factories in Bangladesh, Felipe Herrera, Senior Engineer, Ove Arup and Partners SAU; George Faller, CEng, MIStructE, MIFireE, Associate Director, Ove Arup and Partners SAU

 

1140-1205

58. Design of Smoke Exhaust From a Common Reservoir – Shaping the Compartment Opening for the Benefits of Smoke Control, Wojciech Węgrzyński, MSc FPE, Head of Smoke Control, Signaling and Fire Automation Division, Building Research Institute (ITB)


07. Future Prospect in the Building Industry – A Need for More Performance-Based Design? Karl Wallasch, Dipl.-Ing.. CEng, Associate Fire Engineer, Hoare Lea

 

1205-1305

Warsaw Foyer

Lunch

1305-1335

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session
 1305 Welcome Back, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

1305-1335

Performance-Based Approaches for External Fire Spread and Thermal Radiation Calculations, Piotr Tofilo, Ph.D., The Main School of Fire Service / Polish SFPE Chapter

1335-1425

Parallel Track A

Smoke

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Parallel Track B

Structural - Applications

Warsaw Hall IV

  Session Moderator:
Christopher Wieczorek, Ph.D., Group Manager Fire & Explosion Protection, FM Global

Session Moderator:
Michael James, ME, BE, MIPENZ, CPEng, Int. PE, MSFPE, Managing Director, Origin Fire Consultants

1335-1400

10. Review of the Methodology of Protecting Staircases and Common Areas in Residential Buildings, Gary Daniels, MPhil, BSc, CEng, MIFireE, PMSFPE, Associate, Hoare Lea Fire Engineering

22. Eurocode 5 Design in Comparison with Fire Resistance Test of Unprotected Timber Beams, Daniël Brandon, Ph.D., MSc, BSc, Scientist, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden; Joachim Schmid, MSc, BSc, Project Leader, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden; Alar Just, Ph.D., MSc, BSc, Scientist, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden


1400-1425

15. Preventing Smoke Spread with the Ventilation System in Operation, Anna-Carin Olmedal, Fire Protection Engineer, Brandkonsulten AB


57. Reliability-Based Tool for External Fire Spread Design, Romain Hourqueig, BSc, MSc (Hons), MSFPE, AIFireE, Technical Director – Fire Engineering, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff; Ruben Van Coile, Ph.D., Fire Safety Engineer, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff


1425-1455

Warsaw Foyer

Afternoon Break

1455-1630

Warsaw Foyer

Exhibitor Break Down

 1455-1500

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

General Session

1455-1500

Welcome Back, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

1500-1700

Warsaw Hall I+II+III

Case Studies

Shopping Center

1500-1515 Australia - Weng Poh, Ph.D., National Technical Director—Fire Engineering, Umow Lai; Andy Fung Associate, Umow Lai
1515-1530 Italy - Luca Fiorentini, Fire Safety, Environmental, Industrial Engineering, TECSA S.p.A.
1530-1545 Poland - Marcin Cisek, Fire Protection Expert, Main School of Fire; Jakub Okólski, Protect T.Cisek i Wsp. Sp. J.
1545-1600 United Kingdom - Christine Pongratz, BSc, MSc, AIFireE, E.I.T., Fire Engineer, Arup Fire UK; Donald “Sandy” Kilbourne, MBA, BSc, GIFE, Owner & Managing Director, Gartcarron Fire Engineering
1600-1700 Case Study Panel Discussion

1700-1710

Conference Wrap Up, Milosh Puchovsky, PE, FSFPE, 2016 SFPE President

Thursday, 26 May

0730-1700

M2 Foyer

Registration

0800-1700

Light Room

Professional Development Seminar
Introduction to Fire Risk Assessment – Day 1 of 2

This course is intended for fire protection engineers and individuals interested in the application of risk assessment in fire protection design. Those who would benefit from this seminar include fire protection and systems engineers, fire protection risk managers, insurance professionals, quality control engineers, architects and others interested in preparing fire risk assessment reports for application to buildings designs utilizing both performance-based and prescriptive code design methodologies.


Registration is required and for more information click here.

0800-1700

Meeting Room 4+5+6

Professional Development Seminar
Introduction to Industrial Fire Protection Engineering – Day 1 of 2

This course is intended for fire protection engineers and individuals interested in the application of risk assessment in fire protection design. Those who would benefit from this seminar include fire protection and systems engineers, fire protection risk managers, insurance professionals, quality control engineers, architects and others interested in preparing fire risk assessment reports for application to buildings designs utilizing both performance-based and prescriptive code design methodologies.


Registration is required and for more information click here.

0800-1200

Meeting Room 2

Competency and Credentialing Workshop
The SFPE Subcommittee for Professional Competency and Credentialing is responsible for evaluating minimum occupational competency standards and licensing and credentialing criteria for fire protection engineers in parts of the world that do not presently recognize and/or use the U.S. engineering licensure examination. The Subcommittee is in the process of developing a document that will define the minimum core competencies and criteria for a fire safety engineer that can be widely adopted worldwide. The Subcommittee will be holding a workshop to solicit feedback on the development of this core competencies document.

There is no cost to participants, but registration is required.

1000-1030

M2 Foyer

Morning Break

1200-1300

Meza Restaurant

Buffet Lunch

1300-1700

Meeting Room 2

Fire Safety Engineering Research Agenda Workshop
The SFPE Subcommittee for Research & Innovation is responsible for charting the future research priorities for the profession. The Subcommittee is in the process of developing a document that will define a research agenda for the fire safety engineering profession. The Subcommittee will be holding a workshop to solicit feedback on the development of this research agenda.


There is no cost to participate, but registration is required.

1430-1500

M2 Foyer

Afternoon Break

Friday, 27 May

0730-1700

M2 Foyer

Registration

0800-1700

Light Room

Professional Development Seminar
Introduction to Fire Risk Assessment – Day 2 of 2

0800-1700

Meeting Room 4+5+6

Professional Development Seminar
Introduction to Industrial Fire Protection Engineering Seminar – Day 2 of 2


1000-1030

M2 Foyer

Morning Break

 1200-1300

Meza Restaurant

Buffet Lunch

 1430-1500

M2 Foyer

Afternoon Break



     

 

 

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