On behalf of the Scientific and Organizing Committee of the 5th International Academic Conference on Places and Technologies – “PT2018: Keeping up with technologies to adapt cities for future challenges”, to be held on 26th and 27th April 2018 in Belgrade (Serbia), we are pleased to invite you to participate and give your scientific and professional contributions to the aims of the Conference.
You are welcome to meet multinational participants from all over Europe and beyond, from different fields.
The goal is to integrate efforts by linking different disciplines in considering successful and holistic concepts in the development, design and construction of cities, buildings and infrastructure that will be able to respond to future challenges.
The best scientific papers will be published in high ranked international journals and international monograph, as is already the practice of previous years. The Conference will publish Book of Abstracts and Conference Proceedings.
For the first time, the P&T Conference supports the submission of professional papers and provides their publication in the Proceedings of professional papers. The aim is to launch and enable the presentation of concrete design concepts and realizations in the field of urban design and planning and design and construction of buildings and infrastructure, as well as the presentation of the construction industry – various products, systems and construction technologies.
More information about the Conference, topics and submission details you can find on the web site http://www.placesandtechnologies.eu/
We are kindly asking you as well to send this information to your colleagues and PhD students that you think they want to participate in this event too.
We look forward to seeing you at the P&T 2018 Conference in Belgrade.
Conference Founding Members and the PT2018 Organizing Committee
Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Krstic-Furundzic
Prof. Dr. Eva Vanista Lazarevic
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Djukic
CALL FOR PAPERS
The conference examines the formation and presentation of knowledge on technologies and the environment, as well as ethical considerations and potential risks, developing solutions, expertise and discussions with respect to one of the future development concepts – city adaptable to future challenges.
Keeping up with technologies to adapt cities for future challenges is the leading idea-motive of the conference. The stated objective point to the necessity of a multidisciplinary approach to this matter, identification and establishment of relationships between issues of technological development, environmental protection and social change. Consequently the conference program and research are based on the knowledge of several academic disciplines: engineering and technical sciences, cognitive sciences, humanities and social sciences.
The main tasks of the conference are defined in order to discuss the issues related to
the future of society and places,
creation of city adaptable to future challenges, creation of its facilities and infrastructure in line with needs of inhabitants,
planning and design strategies to help our cities develop the necessary capacity to meet the challenges of the future,
development of institutions and regulations with an aim of creating safe, sustainable, efficient, imageable and liveable environment, and
creation of favourable conditions for the advancement of innovation and business to achieve a good quality of life.
Having in mind the conference goals and objectives, we wish to research and understand from the critical aspect the importance and role of technology in design and creation of cognitive city through:
Built environment perspective
Security perspective, etc.
Industrial and architectural design
Architectural and building technologies
History and philosophy of technology and places
Geodetic studies and contemporary cartography
Traffic and transportation studies
Safety and security studies
Conference program will include topic of interest that include, but are not limited to:
Image, identity and quality of place
Innovative methods, technologies and applications for smart(er) cities
Cities and empowerment and public participation, e-government – democratic cities
Architectural Design and New technologies
Building structures and materials
Urban mobility, transport and traffic solutions
Climate change, resilience of places and hazard risk management
Heritage, tourism and Danube corridor
Cities and health –
Landscape architecture and Natural based solutions
Migration, multinational and multicultural societies and Urban Planning
Spatial and Rural development
e-Mobility and Smart technologies
Safety and Security Systems
01. December 2017
Abstract submission deadline
15. December 2017
Abstract acceptance info
15. February 2018
Paper submission deadline
01. March 2018
Paper acceptance info
01. April 2018 Presentations submission deadline
05. April 2018
Conference program announcement
26-27. April 2018 Conference days