The conference is open for the construction industry and will focus on all issues related to the renovation, refurbishment and re-use of existing buildings.
During the past decade, the construction industry focus has largely been on the many new challenges brought about by the sustainability/climate change agenda and the introduction of BIM in new build. The theme of the next ICAT conference will focus on all issues related to the renovation, refurbishment and re-use of existing buildings. Given the fact that more than half of the industry’s activity is dedicated to these types of building work, the focus seems highly needed.
Architectural technology is at the core of the industry where the interplay of many factors creates varied interfaces. Academics and professionals associated with the discipline are ideally placed to lead as we strive to enhance the design, delivery and performance of existing and new buildings as well as the industry at large. This congress will be a vehicle to disseminate research, education and practice at these interfaces.
The congress invites abstracts and papers for the following sub-themes:
10 December 2018
Call for Papers
1 February 2019
1 March 2019
Notification of acceptance of abstracts
15 June 2019
Paper Submission Deadline
15 August 2019
Notification of acceptance of papers
1 October 2019
Submission of camera ready copy
15 November 2019
Conference in Odense, Denmark
NB: The intention is to select a number of papers and invite the authors to extend their work for submission to the international peer reviewed journal Architectural Engineering and Design Management to create a themed edition on Architectural Technology.
In connection with the organization of ICAT 2019, a project assignment will be carried out by students. The brief of the assignment / project will be released on the ICAT/conference website in January 2019.
Participating Universities may sign up their AT and ATCM students through the ICAT conference website. Participating students are welcome to attend the ICAT 2019 Congress.