SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

Abstracts of 250 words in English must be sent through https://www.conftool.org/sbe19scilla/ by January 31, 2019 The proposed abstracts, developed in relation to the conference topics, will be examined by the Scientific Committee, with notification of acceptance by February 15, 2019

TOPICS
  • Assessment methods and  tools and at neighborhood, city and territorial scale;
  • Policies, programs, regulations and standards;
  • Cost, financing and taxation approaches for high performance;
  • Economic and social externalities;
  • Training and education to promote adoption of sustainable approaches;
  • Sustainable neighborhoods and cities: case studies
  • Building design and operation in warm climates
UPDATED KEY DATES
  • 31st October 2018
  • 31st January 2019
  • 15th February 2019
  • 31st March 2019
  • 15th April 2019
  • 30th April 2019

Call for abstracts opens
Abstracts reception deadline
Abstracts acceptance response
Full papers submission
Result of papers
Reviewed papers submission 

REGISTRATION FEES
  • Standard fee
  • Discounted fee*
100,00 euro
50,00 euro
(REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE WILL BE OPENING SOON)

Registration fee includes:

  • Welcome Gala at Castello Ruffo on May, 15;
  • Participation to the Conference program on May, 16-17;
  • Lunches and coffees during the Conference.
The fee does not include the Visit to the National Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria and gala dinner. The cost will be announced shortly. 

* Discounted fee available for PhD Students and Students; members of iiSBE, CIB, FIDIC, UN Environment, and for participants from developing countries.

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Andrea Moro, Italy (Chair)
  • Markus Berchtold, Austria
  • Nils Larsson, Canada
  • Maria Francesca Viapiana, Italy
  • Etienne Vienot, France
  • Luis Braganca, Portugal
  • Dimitrios Bikas, Greece
  • Serge Salat, France
  • Natalie Essig, Germany
  • Francesca Romana D’Ambrosio, Italy
  • Bruno Daniotti, Italy
  • Costantinos Balaras, Greece
  • Massimo Lauria, Italy
  • Daniel Fauré, France
  • Popi Droutsa, Greece
  • Paolo Vetri
  • Alexander Passer, Austria
  • Patric Biard, France
  • Barbara Corasaniti, Italy
  • Giovanna Petrungaro, Italy,
  • Enrico Gallo, Italy
  • Ruben Paul Borg, Malta
  • Florence Rosa, France
  • Petr Hájek, Czech Republic
  • Patrizia Lombardi, Italy
  • Antonín Lupíšek, Czech Republic
  • Paul Mittermeier, Germany
  • Margareta Zidar, Croatia
  • Xavier Marti, Catalonia
  • Manuel Macias, Spain
  • Natale Arcuri, italy

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Elena Bazzan
  • Paola Borgaro
  • Claudio Capitanio
  • Andrea Moro