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How Living in Sustainable Smart Cities Can Help Improve Lives?

The importance of living in sustainable smart cities cannot be neglected anymore, especially with the noticed increase in urban population. Indeed, living in them will improve peoples’ lives. That is mainly due to the modernization and optimization of the cities’ management in most of its characteristics using technology. In fact, ...

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Top 8 Historical Attractions to Visit in Aswan

Aswan, a city on the Nile River, is located where the Western and Eastern Deserts meet, and north of the great expanse of water created by the Aswan Dam; which is known as Lake Nasser. What makes this city even more unique is its large mass of palm trees and ...

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New Book Published by Springer

A great achievement has been added to IEREK, where a new book has been published on: Advancing Sustainable Built Environment in Developing Countries. The book has been published through Springer in the book series “Advances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation”. The book provides wide perspectives for the interested parties about the ...

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Naples’ landmarks

  Castel dell’Ovo Megaride island was where the Greek colonists founded the original center of the city during the 6th century, BC. The castle’s location makes it a place with an outstanding view of Naples waterfront and its surrounding. During the 1st century BC, the Roman patrician Lucius Licinius Lucullus ...

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The Launch of “GU-2nd edition” conference

Today marks the start of the 2nd international conference on “Green Urbanism: The Periphery as a Catalyst for Energy and Skills” organized by IEREK in collaboration with Roma Tre University, Rome, Architecture Department. First day of the conference includes the registration process for authors and audiences. It also includes: The ...

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Countdown | Just 1 week until Green Urbanism conference

Only 1 week left for IEREK‘s international conference on “Green Urbanism – 2nd edition: “The Periphery as a Catalyst for Energy and Skills” which will be held in Rome, Italy in collaboration with Roma Tre University, Rome, Architecture Department. The main topics that will be discussed in the “GU” conference ...

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See your paper in Scopus!

IEREK proudly announces that selected proceedings of the international conference “Future Smart Cities” will be published in the international journal “Smart and Sustainable Built Environment” published by Emerald Publishing. This journal is indexed in Scopus and a partner of Clarivate Analytics, and has a score of 8 h-index. You can ...

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The Identity of the City

Cities were formed as an expression of spiritual, material, social and political conditions. The changes in these conditions from one city to another make each one a unique unrepeatable phenomenon. Since the city is a humanitarian institution, it is in a constant state of change, as the communities and their ...

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Smart Buildings all Over the World

What is a smart building? Smart building is defined as “one which provides a productive and cost-effective environment through optimization of 4 basic factors: structure, systems, services and management, and the interrelationship among them.” According to this preliminary definition, a smart building is one which optimally matches its four elements ...

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The launch of the “PACT” and “URS” Conferences

Today marks the start of the two international conferences on “Parallelism in Architecture, Engineering & Computing Techniques ” and ” Urban Regeneration and Sustainability” organized by IEREK, held at UEL. First day of the conference includes the registration process for authors and audience. It also includes a tour to the ...

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Naples: History and Culture

IEREK’S next international conference on Utopian and Scared Architecture Studies will be hosted in one of the most spiritual cities, the city of Naples. Held from the 5th to the 8th May 2019, in collaboration with Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli – Naples. Naples history can be traced ...

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Countdown: Just 5 days until the conferences

Only 5 days left for #IEREK‘s international #conferences on “Urban Regeneration and #Sustainability” and “Parallelism in #Architecture, #Engineering & Computing Techniques – 2nd edtion”. The main topics that will be discussed in the “URS” conference are:   1.New Urbanism Models. 2.Sustainable Development.   3.Green Buildings Role. 4.Strategies For New Cities. 5.Energy Efficiency In The Built Environment You can check the ...

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Countdown: Just 10 days until the conferences

Only ten days left for #IEREK’s international #conferences on “Future Smart Cities” and “Cities Identity Through #Architecture And Arts” which will be held at Grand Nile Tower Hotel in Cairo, Egypt. The main topics that will discussed in the “FSC” conference are: The development of cities Transportation in cities Smart building Sustainability in cities Computing ...

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IEREK’ s presence in China 

IEREK’ s presence in China Following European agreements with IEREK, a new Asian agreement has been signed by the general Manger of IEREK, Dr Abdulaziz Saqr with the Sustainable Urban and Community development Institute SUCI in the city of Beijing, China declaring that the SUCI will be the official representative office of ...

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The Ten Most Still Existing Historical Cities in the World.

I) Alexandria, Egypt Many centuries before 331 BC, when Alexander the Great founded Alexandria, the city was already the most important port city due to its location on the Egyptian Nile Delta. Alexandria was at its prime a premium center of knowledge in the ancient world. It was home to ...

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