Advancing the sciences, engineering & applications of ultraviolet technologies to enhance the quality of human life & to protect the environment.

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Advance In-Person Registration By May 12, 2023

  • In-Person: IUVA Member (Advance Registration)$245.
  • In-Person: IUVA Partner Association/Organization* (Advance Registration) $245.
  • In-Person: Non-Member (Advance Registration) $295.

Regular In-Person Registration from May 13 - June 2, 2023**

  • In-Person: IUVA Member (Regular Registration)$345.
  • In-Person: IUVA Partner Association/Organization* (Regular Registration) $345.
  • In-Person: Non-Member (Regular Registration) $395.

Virtual Registration

  • Virtual Participation (Until June 5, 2023)$100.
  • Student Virtual Participation*** (Until June 5, 2023) Free.

* IUVA partner associations/organizations include: IES, ASHRAE, NEMA, NALMCO, HSI, US Federal Government, and Universities. Please email to receive the discount code.

** In-Person registration is limited to 125 people so once we reach capacity we can no longer accept registrations. We will only accept in-person registrations after June 2 as space allows. We encourage advance registration to guarantee your in-person spot.

*** To receive the free student admission, please email to receive the code.

What is included with your in-person registration:

  • Participation in all workshop sessions in Atlanta
  • Three continental breakfasts
  • Two lunches (Please select your lunch when you register)

What is included with your virtual registration?

Link to attend workshops virtually allowing you to participate in real-time with the in-person attendees. This is not a "view only" option. We want you to be a part of the workshop.

Why attend?

The design, development and deployment of GUV sources, devices and applications for infection control and prevention are of great interest to the GUV industry and public health communities.  However, coordinated and focused efforts with all stakeholders are needed for cohesive and strategic management of disease transmission and public private partnerships are essential. At this workshop, you will have the opportunity to provide input to a roadmap for developing and applying GUV to suppress disease transmission in public spaces, including the built environment and transportation, and to increase the adoption of GUV tools and technologies for better preparedness to manage the risks posed by disease transmission in public spaces.  

Who should attend?

This workshop welcomes all categories of GUV stakeholders across the globe that can contribute to the successful application of GUV in public spaces for better public health, and encourages attendance and input from:

  • companies supporting GUV device manufacturing or technology development,
  • users or procurers of GUV devices,
  • researchers, administrators, and managers supporting standards development,
  • public health and public policy professionals,
  • researchers, engineers, scientists supporting GUV application development,
  • government agencies supporting research or regulation
  • organizations supporting regulatory frameworks for GUV products and applications
  • young professionals supporting the GUV and public health or policy fields
  • students in science, healthcare, analytical technologies, or public policy
  • non-government organizations supporting public health, public policy, or indoor environmental justice

Cancellation/Substitution Policy

Half refund less a $25 processing fee thereafter if registration is cancelled in writing prior to May 1, 2023. No refunds will be given for cancellations after May 1, 2023. Name substitutions will only be accepted if submitted prior to May 31, 2023.
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