The fib supports SynerCrete’23, which will take place from 15 to 16 June 2023 on Milos Island, Greece.
Understanding the complex behaviour of cement-based materials (CBM) and concrete structures during their entire lifecycle demands that researchers transcend approaches based on a single discipline. Interdisciplinary work is known, however, to bring important challenges in the view of the need to combine approaches and methods that are very distinct by nature, as well as enabling adequate communication between scientific fields with different (sometimes conflicting) terminologies, different perspectives and different collaboration practices/dynamics.
SynerCrete series goal is to support these established collaborations at the same time being open to all interested members of the scientific/practising community to encourage further development of the network. The focus of the conference is to communicate, discuss and arouse progress in research, development and application of CBM and structural concrete through a combination of expertise from distinct fields of knowledge, including such exciting fields of research as performance-based design, 3D modelling for analysis/design, Building Information Modelling and even robotics, while keeping the focus on multi-scale approaches at the time and spatial levels. Specific attention is also paid to the challenges that are inherent to the combination of different expertise, and the ways through which better management and research collaboration can be achieved in the interdisciplinary research projects.
The conference will consist of lectures by researchers and other professionals from a variety of scientific disciplines in works targeted at cement-based materials and structures, as well as a selected panel of invited speakers. The conference is intended for researchers and practitioners at any career level who have an interest in deepening their knowledge of the targeted subjects.
For more information, please visit the official website.
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