Meeting/Event Information


April 17, 2018

ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Mr. Wei Sun will be lecturing
April 17, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Sierra Gold
6515 S Jones Road
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Venue Website
The Topic Will be HVAC Systems Design for Airborne Infection Control Spaces in Healthcare Facilities

$40.00 Member Cash at the Door

$36.50 Member Pre pay with Credit Card prior to arrival at venue

$45.00 Guest Cash at the Door

$42.00 Guest Ticket Prepay prior to arrival at the venue

Mr. Sun is an ASHRAE Fellow, he served as the Chairman of ASHRAE Technical Committee TC9.11 (Clean Spaces) from 2007-2010. He is also a member of ASHRAE Technical Committees TC9.6 (Healthcare Facilities) and TC9.10 (Laboratory Systems). He served as a Regional Vice Chair (RVC) for ASHRAE Region V (Ohio, Indiana and Michigan) in 2008-2010, and President of ASHRAE Detroit Chapter in 2010-2011. He served as ASHRAE society CTTC (Chapter Technology Transfer Committee) Vice Chair and Chair from 2011 through 2013, past member of ASHRAE’s Honors & Awards committee, currently as a member of AHSRAE society's Nominating committee. In other leadership roles, Mr. Sun served as the Presidentof IEST (Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, based in Chicago) Society in 2016-2017 in charge of all society leadership and management responsibilities.He is also the USA Delegate for ISO cleanroom standards 14644 on behalf of USA since 2012. As the Principal Author, his 450-page new technical book “ASHRAE Design Guide for Cleanrooms” was published in 2017, he led over 20 co-authors and spent 6 years to accomplish this major achievement.


Mr. Sun received his BSME from University of Shanghai for Science and Technology in China in 1985. In 1989 he was awarded with an academic scholarship from University of Kentucky and then received his MSAE degree from University of Kentucky in 1992. Since then Mr. Sun has been working in the US as a consulting engineer for 28 years in building mechanical systems design, HVAC, consulting, training and research. He is a registered Professional Engineer in many states in the United States.


Prior to his current position as the President at Engsysco, Inc., he has worked for several national architectural and engineering firms in the Midwest. He has served as senior engineer, lead engineer, group leader, department head and has led the designs of many large and sophisticated cleanroom facilities, hospitals, bio-safety laboratories, and high-rise buildings. In addition to his cleanroom, hospital and laboratory design expertise, he has been serving as a Principal Investigator for many ASHRAE and governmental research projects, his research findings have been published in ASHRAE Transactions, ASHRAE Journal, Labs21(DOE/EPA), CEC Research, and his research outcomes and recommendations have been included in ASHRAE books, IEST’s Recommended Practices, and even in ISO new cleanroom standards. He led a US research consortium team to build a state-of-the-art, fully automated cleanroom test lab and new technologies demonstration center in Farmington Hills, Michigan. He has been invited to provide numerous technical speeches and training seminars in national and international conferences, he has visited 35 countries since 2006. Mr. Sun has served as the “USA HVAC&R Advisor” for Japan Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News (JARN) magazine from 2004-2008. He also served as a “USA Consultant” for the Ministry of Health of Malaysia for their standardization effort for healthcare facilities. Mr. Sun has served as a research program/proposals reviewer for US NIOSH/CDC and DOE. In 2010 he served as the ASHRAE Society's "Technology Awards Judging Panel" Chair. Mr. Sun is the recipient of ASHRAE Dan Mills Award for Technology Transfer in 2006, IEST’s Willis Whitfield Award in 2016, and Robert Mielke Award in 2017, and an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer (DL) since 2009.