VIPA International is a platinum sponsor of this year’s International Vacuum Insulation Symposium in London
Brussels, 5th April 2022
VIPA International is a proud platinum sponsor of the fifth International Vacuum Insulation Symposium (IVIS) taking place from 11th to 12th April 2022, in London, UK.
This year’s symposium is organised by the Brunel University in London, where the event will also be held.
VIPA International’s President Sebastian Baars, CEO of Vaku Isotherm will be one of the keynote speaker during the opening session of IVIS.
“VIPA is a sponsor of the IVIS because it is a great platform to network between manufacturers, universities and customers of VIPs. Furthermore we want to support research activities with VIPs to further improve the already great technology. I am looking forward to seeing the latest presentations from researchers around the world and I am happy to meet the people working with the product” stated Sebastian Baars.
The vacuum insulation panel community will gather for two days of presentations, networking, debates and interactive sessions.
VIPA International will also be hosting a session during IVIS 2022 moderated by Tom Heckard (CSafe Global).
The session programme is as follows:
- Ronald Ellebrecht (va-Q-tec): VIPs as super insulation in urban spaces using the example of the “Grand Tower” in Frankfurt/Germany
- Hideji Kawarazaki (Panasonic): Development of a new Vacuum Insulated Case for temperature-controlled transportation of pharmaceuticals
- Sebastian Baars (Vaku-Isotherm): VIPs for terrace insulation – Marina Apartments – Regensburg
Many of our members will be speaking throughout the different sessions and poster presentations. VIPA International is looking forward to meet with the vacuum insulation panel, the scientific community and the industry in London.
For press inquiries
Contact: Isabella Beck Jørgensen, VIPA International Communications Manager, Email: VIPAfirstname.lastname@example.org
The press release can be downloaded here
For more information and the event programme