Minimizing the negative impact of buildings on the environment has been one of the main concerns of sustainable development that has surfaced over the past few decades. Sustainable architecture and planning are defined to ensure that our current use of available resources does not end up depleting the resources for the future.
As Numerous architectural and planning strategies have been developed over time to meet today's needs without endangering the needs of the future generations, such as, controlling urban sprawl, increase the dependency on renewable energy, Implementation of sustainable building materials, and many other aspects concerned with sustainable development.
Sustainable Architecture aims to increase the efficiency of energy usage over the entire life cycle of a building. Architects implement renewable energy resources as a mean to enhance their buildings and reduce the negative impacts on its surrounding environment, as one of the many sustainable approaches to improve the quality of life for the users.
Whether it is the designing of a building, planning a city or even reconstructing of an existent urban environment, having a sustainable outcome has become the main focus of today's urban planning. Seeing that, it results in an efficient and moderate use of materials, energy, development space, and the ecosystem as a whole.
Despite the importance of materials to overall building sustainability, quantifying and evaluating the sustainability of building materials has proven difficult which is why it is an important part of modern and sustainable development that emphasizes on resources optimization.
1.1: Urbanization and Development: new directions and issues
1.2: Urban Spaces, Society and its Culture
1.3: Urban Sprawl, Boundaries and Greenbelt
1.4: Built Environment: Impact and Approaches
1.5: Sustainable and Natural Resources Management
1.6: Planning Inspiration from Past and Innovation
2.1: City’s Values, Image and Identity
2.2: Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Tourism
2.3: Biomimetic Approaches to Architectural Design for Increased Sustainability
2.4: Social Feedback and User's-Oriented Development
2.5: Waterfronts, Corridors and Buffers of the City
2.6: Historic Preservation, Management and Rehabilitation
3.1: Compact City Debate: A Global Perspective
3.2: Compact Cities in Developing Countries: Assessment and Implications
3.3: The Regional Dimensions of the Compact City Debate
3.4: The Need for Compact Development in Fast Growing Areas
3.5: Compact Policies for Megacities: Core Areas and Metropolitan Regions
3.6: Challenges of a Rapid Urbanized Economy
4.1: Public Transportation Planning and Sustainable Networks
4.2: Public Involvement in Sustainable Development
4.3: Future Challenges for Contemporary Cities
4.4: Infrastructure, Facilities and Systems: New ICT Technologies and Sustainable Economy
4.5: New Way Finding and Place Making of the City
4.6: The Architecture of Cyberception
5.1: Intersection of Public Art and City Planning
5.2: Art Integration in Urban Morphology
5.3: new perspectives for urban morphology
5.4: Arts, Culture, Identity and Creative Place-Making
5.5: Urban Culture: Cities Share their Experiences
5.6: A Look inside Art and Creative Spaces
|Abstract Submissions Deadline||06 Jan 2022|
|Last Notification for Abstract Acceptance||05 Feb 2022|
|Full Paper Submission Deadline||06 Apr 2022|
|Last Notification for Full-Paper Acceptance||06 May 2022|
|Early Payment Deadline||06 Apr 2022|
|Regular Payment Deadline||06 May 2022|
|Late Payment Deadline||05 Jun 2022|
|Letter of Visa (for delegates who need visa entry)||06 May 2022|
|Letter of Final Acceptance||06 May 2022|
|Conference Program||05 Jun 2022|
|Conference Launch||05 Jul 2022|
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|Fees for Audiences (Co-authors, Learners, and Interests)||EUR 250|
|Fees for NON-Attending Co-Authors||EUR 50|
|Author fees for Early Payment (Long Paper)||EUR 400|
|Author fees for Regular Payment (Long Paper)||EUR 500|
|Author fees for Late Payment (Long Paper)||EUR 600|
|Author fees for Early Payment (Short Paper)||EUR 250|
|Author fees for Regular Payment (Short Paper)||EUR 300|
|Author fees for Late Payment (Short Paper)||EUR 400|
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Note:Final acceptance will be based on the full-length paper. For publication, the accepted papers must be presented at the conference.
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- English will be the official language.
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1· Accepted (with minor editing changes).
2· Conditionally accepted (with revisions provided to authors).
3· Rejected but encouraged for re-submission with major modifications.
4· Rejected as inappropriate or unworthy of presentation in this certain conference.
- The criteria for accepting abstracts for the conference are as follows; a relevant topic of the conference should be proposed with clear writing, aims, and objectives of the study clearly presented as well as a sound literature and methodology of work.
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After receiving an acceptance for your abstract and after the submission of your research (short paper version), the paper will enter a process for plagiarism check to ensure that the content is original.
After the conference, authors interested in publishing their manuscripts will be required to submit an extended version of their research papers (10-12 pages long) and they will be subject to a rigorous revision process as follows:
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The final paper will proceed to the primary revision to be checked if it meets the conference proceedings standards. Once it gets accepted, the author will be informed to pay the fees so that it could be sent for the final revision by the scientific committee.
In this step, and to proceed paper(s) that passed to final revision process and to get the final approval, authors have to pay the requested fees. Otherwise, the final revision process will not be considered for their papers.
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The full papers that paid the requested fees will get finally inspected, either scientifically or linguistically. There will be a rigorous review process of full papers following the previous process according to the following criteria:
(1) Is the topic relevant to the conference?
(2) Are the writing and structure clear?
(3) Are graphics, photos, illustrations used where needed?
(4) Are the aims of the study clearly stated?
(5) Are the objectives of the study achieved?
(6) Is the literature review relevant and adequate?
(7) Has the author used the appropriate methodology and explained them clearly?
(8) Has the author interpreted the findings correctly?
(9) Is the paper a significant contribution to the field?
These are the registration and revision procedures for publication that all authors should follow.
- 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.
- IEREK provides you the English Review service; where we will be responsible for the language review process of your paper. This service will get your paper revised in terms of grammar, punctuation, and language structure; without changing the scientific content.
- This service will ensure you have the perfect language structure, to get your perfect paper published. This will help you increase the number of citations and make it easier for others access the information provided in your paper.
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