ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Every era of advancement is marked by a unique style of architecture. Globalisation, industrial evolution, rapid upsurge in demand for more modern, sustainable and innovative architectural masterpieces. Advancement in technology have changed the role of Architects and Planners in society. The academic realms of the field demands broader skills than just mastery of scientific and technological disciplines. The International Conference on Trends in Architecture and Construction (ICTAC 2017) will provide a forum for researchers from Academia and Industry by providing excellent opportunity to explore and share the advancements in the field of Architecture and Construction. The purpose of this conference is to discuss the existing technological knowledge and share information in the relevant areas that could lead to future developments. The conference will endow with an opportunity to present and observe the latest research results, ideas, developments and applications in the field of architecture. It will also give opportunities to students to meet experienced peers & researchers.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Research Papers, conceptual papers and case studies relevant to the theme of conference are invited from academicians, research scholars and professionals. Some of the promising areas are mentioned below, however the list is indicative and not exhaustive.
TOPICS OF INTEREST FOR RESEARCH PAPER INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
■ Architectural Design & Theories■ Urban Planning & Design ■ Advance Construction Materials ■ Energy Conservation ■ Innovative Building Materials ■ Environmental Protection ■ Role of Art in Architecture ■ Construction & Renewable Energy Sources ■ Building Technology Science ■ Housing Affordability ■ Importance of Landscaping in present scenario ■ Net-zero Homes & Communities ■ Architectural Environment & Equipment Engineering ■ Project & Construction Management ■ Green Building Materials ■ Development, Innovation in Architecture & Construction ■ Sustainable Development Of Building Energy Environment ■ Architectural Conservation & Restoration
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