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8th Euro-American Congress

Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management

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The Euro-American Congress REHABEND 2020 on Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management is going to be carried out in Granada (Spain), in March 2020. The event is organized by twenty organizations of ten European and American countries, and it is co-chaired by the University of Cantabria, through its Building Technology R&D Group (GTED-UC), and the University of Granada.

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REHABEND 2020 continues the series of the seven previous REHABEND international events, which had been developed since 2006 in different Spanish cities. The previous one, in 2018, was carried out in Caceres. In 2018 edition, around 310 papers by Professionals and Researchers of more than 31 countries were presented and it became a conference of great interest according to the people who attended the congress.

The Euro-American Congress REHABEND 2020 on Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management is going to be carried out in Granada (Spain), in March 2020. The event is organized by twenty organizations of ten European and American countries, and it is co-chaired by the University of Cantabria, through its Building Technology R&D Group (GTED-UC), and the University of Granada.

Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management currently have great importance for construction sector. This prompted the organizers to propose the technical event on these topics in Granada, which the Alhambra, an Arab citadel and palace, and its gardens have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Alhambra is the most renowned building of the Andalusian Islamic historical legacy with its many cultural attractions that make Granada a popular destination among the tourist cities of Spain. The Almohad influence on architecture is also preserved in the Granada neighborhood called the Albaicín with its fine examples of Moorish and Morisco construction. This event aims to collect the advances obtained in the last two years in the theoretical knowledge and practical realizations carried out on the referred topics. The Congress will meet more than 250 technical contributions coming from professionals, academics and specialists.

Based on previous experiences the Congress is proposed once again in the Euro-American cultural space. The official languages are English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. Organizers understand that technical articles and oral presentations, with the support of graphic material and schemes, may be understood by the people who take part in the congress, as it was evident in REHABEND 2014, 2016 and 2018.

Under these premises and the successful previous editions, the Congress is sponsored by the Government of Spain, the Government of Andalucia, the Provincial Government of Granada, the Municipality of Granada, the University of Cantabria and the University of Granada. In addition, several Universities, Technical and Professional Associations, Institutes, Foundations and Companies commit their collaboration in order to the success of this initiative.

Instructions for Authors

Important Dates

ABSTRACTS Submission

ACCEPTANCE Notification

FULL PAPER Submission

Deadline for early registration

15 March 2019

15 April 2019

15 September 2019

15 December 2019

Official Languages

English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish

Instructions for Abstracts

To submit Abstracts/Articles, Authors must create/access their personal area, using the EasyChair platform.

(Download steps to participate (*.pdf) || Tutorial regarding to how to use the Easychair platform (Youtube))

Abstract for the evaluation can be written in English, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish. It should be written with no less than 150 words and should not exceed 350 words.

You should indicate the subject area to which this abstract belongs. The codes for each area are defined next. You can only select one code.

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1.- PREVIOUS STUDIES1.1.- Multidisciplinary studies (historical, archaeological, etc.).
1.2.- Heritage and territory.
1.3.- Urban regeneration.
1.4.- Economical and financial policies.
1.5.- Social participation processes and socio-cultural aspects in rehabilitation projects.
1.6.- Construction pathology.
1.7.- Diagnostic techniques and structural assessment (no destructive testing, monitoring and numerical modeling).
1.8.- Guides and regulations.
2.-PROJECT2.1.- Theoretical criteria of the intervention project.
2.2.- Traditional materials and construction methods.
2.3.- Novelty products applicable and new technologies.
2.4.- Sustainable design and energy efficiency.
3.-BUILDING INTERVENTION3.1.- Intervention plans.
3.2.- Rehabilitation and durability.
3.3.- Reinforcement technologies.
3.4.- Restoration of artworks.
3.5.- Conservation of industrial heritage.
3.6.- Examples of intervention.
4.-MAINTENANCE4.1.- Construction maintenance.
4.2.- Preventive conservation of built heritage.
5.- DIFFUSION AND PROMOTION5.1.- Heritage and cultural tourism.
5.2.- Teaching and training.
5.3.- New technologies applied to the heritage diffusion.
5.4.- Accessibility to cultural heritage.
5.5.- Working networks in the cultural heritage.
5.6.- Built heritage management.


Note:

  1. Abstract template. They will be accepted only in English.
  2. Paper template. They may be written in any of the official languages of the event.

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Registration fees
€590
490
00
Before December 15, 2019
  • Documentation
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffe breaks
  • Lunches
  • Technical-Cultural trip
  • Closing dinner
  • Trip for Companions

Students

Registration fees
€275
250
00
Before December 15, 2019
  • Documentation
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffe breaks
  • Lunches
  • Technical-Cultural trip
  • Closing dinner
  • Trip for Companions
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Accompany person

Registration fees
€250
200
00
Before December 15, 2019
  • Welcome reception
  • Technical-Cultural trip
  • Closing dinner
  • Trip for Companions
  • Documentation
  • Coffe breaks
  • Lunches

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Delegates

Registration fees
€607
504
00
Before December 15, 2019
  • Documentation
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffe breaks
  • Lunches
  • Technical-Cultural trip
  • Closing dinner
  • Trip for Companions

Students

Registration fees
€283
257
00
Before December 15, 2019
  • Documentation
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffe breaks
  • Lunches
  • Technical-Cultural trip
  • Closing dinner
  • Trip for Companions
Need proof *

Accompany person

Registration fees
€257
206
00
Before December 15, 2019
  • Welcome reception
  • Technical-Cultural trip
  • Closing dinner
  • Trip for Companions
  • Documentation
  • Coffe breaks
  • Lunches

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  • Taxes included in fees.
  • The student registration need to proof of enrolment in a graduate or post-graduate course.
  • The additional cost using credit card is associated with the bank retentions for this payment modality.
  • The promotional price at the website is valid up to December 15, 2019.

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