Abstracts of 250 words in English must be sent through 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

  • 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
  • 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 

  • Standard fee
  • Discounted fee*
100,00 euro
50,00 euro


Registration fee includes:

  • Welcome Gala at Gala at Altafiumara Resort & SPA on May, 15;
  • Participation to the Conference program on May, 16-17;
  • Lunches and coffees during the Conference.
The fee does not include the GALA DINNER in Reggio Calabria with the guided visit to the National Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria (May 16th, 18,30-00,30). GALA DINNER will be held in the roof garden restaurant of Grand Hotel Excelsior, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea (The Strait of Messina). Cost for Gala Dinner and guided visit to the Museum (shuttle bus included): 65,00 euro

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


  • 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


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