ROCKAWAY, N.J., April 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Advantage Business Marketing, which publishes Laboratory Equipment and Laboratory Design, is gearing up for its upcoming Lab Design Conference in Orlando, FL, on April 29-May 1, 2019. This 18th annual conference brings together laboratory design professionals to network and discover trends in an in-depth dynamic educational program that delivers cutting-edge information about lab design, engineering and construction.
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This year's theme, "Emerging Labs of the Future," gives attendees the opportunity to learn about the latest design and market initiatives, new technologies, current projects, and key future trends from expert thought leaders. This collaborative live event also offers prime networking for those involved in planning, designing, engineering, constructing and operating laboratory facilities.
More than 40 expert speakers will provide informative sessions and panels and deliver unique presentations on the critical trends affecting the creation of the most efficient, state-of-the-art facilities, worldwide.
This year's Keynote speakers are:
Brian Kowalchuk, FAIA, LEED AP, Global Director of Design, HDR.
Kowalchuk's Keynote presentation, Targeted Success: How Good Design Can Help Achieve "Top 10" explores what it means to "be the best" in laboratory design. His thesis states: "We need to consider what it takes to create a buzz…to make a place memorable; to connect enthusiastic, smart, focused people; to spark curiosity, imagination and inspiration. In this Keynote, we'll discuss the attributes of a platform that attracts the right people who generate the grant funding, which in turn helps an institution rise to the top. And we'll explore how good design can help institutions harness these attributes to achieve unprecedented success."
Jennifer DiMambro, MSt, Director in the Buildings Team, Arup London.
This Keynote, Shaping the Lab of the Future: Designing for Future Scientific Research Facilities, will cover the drivers shaping the future of scientific research including shifting geography, digitalization and increasing global competition. The presentation will focus on the future of labs and what this means for building professionals in terms of commissioning, designing and delivering new research facilities. Arup's research focuses on these themes: People & Collaboration; Spaces & Operation; and Infrastructure & Place.
There is still time to register for this two-day educational event as well as a number of post-conference lab tours. For more information, visit www.labdesignconference.com, or click here to register.
About Laboratory Design
Rooted within the Laboratory Equipment community, Laboratory Design serves the community involved in the design, construction and engineering of laboratory facilities. Our diverse content, created by experts in the industry, provides cutting-edge information on trends and techniques that make these mission-critical buildings more efficient, cost-effective and functional.
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