In an era where sustainable solutions are no longer an option but an imperative, the 26th International Congress of Refrigeration (ICR), organized by the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR), is ready to host its 2023 edition from August 21 to 25 at the Paris Congress Center, France.
This year’s congress, held under the theme “Towards efficient, controlled, and smart refrigeration,” promises to push the boundaries of refrigeration technology and applications. ICR, the well-known platform for dialogue and discussions around sustainable refrigeration, is gearing up to delve into an in-depth exchange of knowledge and innovation.
The scope of topics to be addressed at the convention is extensive, covering all aspects of refrigeration technology and applications. From cryogenics and liquefied gases to thermodynamic equipment and systems, the event aims to address the broad spectrum of refrigeration technologies. Discussions will extend into biology and food technology, storage and transport, as well as air-conditioning, heat pumps and energy recovery.
Engaging policymakers, engineers and researchers active in the field, the ICR provides a unique platform for collaboration and knowledge exchange. It highlights the importance of partnerships and dialogue among international experts in the field.
“This congress is an invaluable opportunity for professionals from all sectors of the refrigeration industry to come together and exchange ideas,” said Gérald Cavalier, the President of the French Association of Refrigeration.
The ICR’s commitment to driving sustainable practices extends beyond talks and presentations. The congress also offers attendees the opportunity to engage leading experts, explore emerging trends, and exchange insights on current research and technology advancements.
Given the significant impact of refrigeration on global energy consumption and its potential contribution to the greenhouse effect, the ICR 2023 plays a vital role in steering the industry towards more energy-efficient and controlled practices. The Congress, therefore, not only presents a vision for the future of refrigeration but also provides a roadmap to reach this vision.
“This congress is an invaluable opportunity for professionals from all sectors of the refrigeration industry to come together and exchange ideas.”Gérald Cavalier, the President of the French Association of Refrigeration
The final program can be found in the link below: