The Latest Wild Weather Trends from ICLR at WindEEE Facility

WindEEE Research Facility, 2535 Advanced Avenue, London, ON, N6M 0E2 [Map]
Date and Time: September 13, 2022 9:00 am - 1:30 pm

The Latest Wild Weather Trends from ICLR at WindEEE Facility | Incredible data & insights from the experts in the lab and on the ground 

Have you ever driven along Veterans Memorial Parkway in London and wondered what that building that seems to be from outer space is all about?! That is the WindEEE dome, part of the Wind Engineering, Energy and Environment Research Facility (WindEEE RF). The Insurance Institute has secured a rare and unique opportunity for you to tour the dome for an interactive event that will increase your knowledge of severe weather trends and the implications for the insurance industry, homeowners, and others!

One of the many practical applications of WindEEE is that it can help us understand more about how we build homes and community-level vulnerabilities, so we can draft better building codes, and better prepare the insurance industry and society for the present and the future. With the ever-worsening trend in weather events, as well as the the potential increases for personal and commercial loss exposures, the need for up-to-date information is crucial.

Here is an overview of the agenda:
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Impactful research being conducted at WindEEE
- Lessons learned from the Northern Tornadoes Project
- Impacts of the Northern Hail Projects
- Insights & expertise from the University of Western Ontario expert faculty
- Increase high wind safety for Canadian homes & implications for new home construction
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And a guided tour of the WindEEE dome facility

Participants will gain the latest knowledge and trends on the topic, as well as a first-hand, interactive look at how WindEEE research experiments are tried and tested in the lab. Don’t miss it!

Expert Panel:
- Glenn McGillivray, Managing Director, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction
- Dr. Girma Bitsuamlak, Head of the WindEEE RF
- Dr. Keith Porter, Chief Engineer, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction
- Dan Sandink, Director of Research, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction
- Aaron Jaffe, Northern Tornadoes Project, University of Western Ontario
- Simon Eng, Northern Hail Project, University of Western Ontario

Date & Time:
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
9:00am-1:30pm EST

Exciting Interactive Location:
WindEEE Research Facility www.windeee.ca
2325 Advanced Avenue
London, ON, N6M 0E2 
Tour to be held at the facility

Your ticket includes:
- E
ducation session
- Tour of the WindEEE Research Facility
- Light lunch

CE Hours: 3 RIBO Technical (pending approval)

Please note: should pandemic restrictions change between now and September 13, we will advise attendees accordingly. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Dietary restrictions: should you have any dietary requirements, please let us know in advance: southwesternmail@insuranceinstitute.ca 

Capacity will be extremely limited for this event! Don't delay - email us to hold a spot if you are thinking of registering: Southwesternmail@insuranceinstitute.ca

Cancellation Policy
The Institute reserves the right to cancel due to insufficient enrollment. Substitutions welcome. Sorry, no refunds.

Pricing

Pricing for this seminar varies based on your membership. Prices exclude tax

Fee Description Amount
IIO Members Early Bird $115.00