ASHRAE will hold its 2013 Annual Conference June 22-26 in Denver.

The technical program will kick off early June 23 with interactive programs and a networking coffee break. The technical program will address "the practitioner’s needs for the built-environment industry," with tracks such as Building Energy Modeling vs. Measurement and Verification, Renewable and Alternative Energy Sources, and Mile-High Efficiency and Equipment.

The Integrated Project Delivery mini-conference, which will take place June 23 and 24, will present successes and lessons learned.

A newly created Research Summit comprising some 30 sessions, 22 of which are paper-based, will bring together distinguished researchers to discuss the latest research results, innovative research techniques, and future research directions.

The ASHRAE Learning Institute will offer seven in-depth training courses, including a new professional-development seminar, “Operations and Maintenance of High-Performance Buildings,” and a new short course, “Optimization of HVAC Systems and Their Components.”

Technical tours will include National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Pepsi Center, the Solar Technology Acceleration Center, and the Denver Zoo.

For more information and to register, visit www.ashrae.org/denver.