The AED is created to be a platform for all early career researchers, practitioners and students from all around the world, helping them to share ideas, and to expand networks for scholars.
AED is an international conference that focuses on Sustainability and how it is approached by Architectural and Environmental Designs. AED engages with real life problems that affect the buildings on all scales, cities, and environment where it also discusses the built environment, and the factors that assist in shaping the built environment and how it affects our lives and our activities. IEREK for International Experts for Research Enrichment and Knowledge Exchange welcomes the abstract submissions to our Early Career conference.
This conference will give early career researchers the chance to socialize, collaborate and communicate with others working in Architecture and Environmental Design. The conference will bring together participants to present and discuss their work and ideas in a welcoming interactive environment. Participants will receive feedback, new ideas, and will learn how to decisively develop their profiles to help with their career advancements, and with the chance of getting their papers
- Zero Energy Buildings and Renewable Energy Systems.
- Urban and Regional Policies.
- New challenges in urban planning.
- Technology and its impact on Architecture, Environment, and Design Approaches.
- Climate Change and Adaptive Buildings.
- Architecture and Human Behavior.
- Architectural Design and Construction Materials.
- Environmental Approaches to Architectural Design.
- Design Approaches to Landscape Architecture.
- Smart Specialization Strategies.
- Gated Communities and their Impact on Future Cities
- Strategies, for Creating and Maintaining Communities.
- Microclimate Development Approaches.
- Historical buildings and retro-fitting.
- Religion and Culture, and their Impact on Architecture.
- Enhancement of Quality of Life through Architecture.
- Transportation systems, networks and Technology.
The conference proceedings will be published in IEREK press’ journal “Resourceedings”, and the selected articles in ESSD – Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Development.
IEREK has an unyielding policy regarding plagiarism. We believe that copying/taking the ideas and work of other Authors without permission and credit, is fraudulent. The Reviewing committee and IEREK employees have the authority to reject a paper during its reviewing process, on the basis of the paper being subjected to either minor or major plagiarism. Duplicating any content, even if it is one sentence or one table without the consent of its original Author, will lead to the paper’s refusal upon the complaint of the plagiarism victim.
The luxurious landmark Grand Nile Tower is poised directly on the magnificent Nile on the tip of Roda Island with a prime location in central Cairo, close to many cultural and tourists attractions. It is located in the Garden City area close to the centre of modern Cairo. The Cairo International Airport is approx. 20 km away from the hotel.
The largest city in Africa, Cairo is a vast, exotic city that stretches along the banks of Nile River in Egypt. The majority of the city lies to the east of the Nile although most visitors come to Cairo to visit the only surviving ancient wonder of the world, the magnificent pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx which are about 11 miles south-west of the centre of Cairo. The three colossal pyramids can be explored by means of tunnels that go deep inside the interior of the pyramids and by night there is an atmospheric Sound and Light Show, which is well worth seeing.
However, there is much more for visitors to Cairo to experience than the pyramids. The Egyptian Museum, located in central Cairo in Tahir Square, contains over 100,000 relics including the celebrated treasures of the Tutankhamun tomb. Discovered by Howard Carter in 1921, the collection includes the solid gold death-mask, the three golden catafalques, jewellery, scarabs, diadems, weapons, ceremonial gilded couches and chariots, all of which were buried with the 18th-dynasty boy king.
The Cairo Tower, on El Gezirah Island, provides a panoramic view of Cairo from the restaurant, located at the top of the tower. With literally dozens of mosques and Coptic churches to discover, the Ibn Tulun Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world and is a fine example of classical Islamic architecture.
Old Cairo lies to the south of Cairo city centre and the Citadel, the Coptic Museum and the Hanging Church are all in this region and should not be missed.
Cairo offers a vast range of shopping opportunities, from modern shopping centres to the famous souks. The old bazaar, Khan El Khalili, is arguably, one of the most interesting places to shop and haggle over spices, perfume, gold and silver jewellery, leather work and brass and copper ware.
- Cairo International Airport 20 km.
- Cairo Museum 1.5 km.
- Khan El Khalili 4 km.
- Giza Pyramids 20 km.
- Egyptian Museum 5 km.
- Cairo International Conference Centre 15 km.
- Cairo Tower 1.7 km.
- The Citadel 1.5 km.