2019 EC³ European Conference on Computing in Construction

 BIM
10 07 2019
 Chania, Crete, Greece   10/07 - 12/07/2019

The EC³ conference aspires to establish an active dialogue on the challenges in the field of Computing in Construction and provide a forum to present the latest advances in research and professional practice on this domain.

The 2019 European Conference on Computing in Construction (2019 EC³) is the premier European Conference for information, communication and technological research, innovation and policy for the Construction Sector as a whole in Europe. It is the biennial meeting organised by the European Council for Computing in Construction, with the purpose of bringing together researchers, practitioners and construction industry professionals from around Europe to meet and share information about the latest developments in all aspects related to computing in construction.

 

Key Features

  • Presentations and posters on the latest research and advanced practice
  • Best papers as keynote speeches
  • Best papers in special issues of international journals
  • Industry Day
  • Best paper awards
  • Online proceedings
  • Open access to accepted papers
  • Each paper has a separate DOI number
  • Video proceedings

Quality

We hope to encourage broad and diverse participation in EC³ 2019, but quality assurance is of utmost importance. Departing from the accepted review processes in related communities, EC³ 2019 adopts an organisational and technical structure from Computer Science conference series highly regarded for their technical quality. Key features include:

 

-Area Chairs in major thematic topics to manage relevant submissions.

-Optional abstracts reviewed only for scope; peer review process focused on delivering substantive double-blind reviews for full papers.

-Ranking of accepted papers to select the best papers and guide the format of presentations.

-Plenary sessions with keynote lectures delivered by the authors of the highest ranked papers.

-Extended Abstracts submitted along with camera-ready papers and included in the 2019 EC³ programme.

-100% paperless. Digital programme and proceedings.

-Video Proceedings on Youtube linked to digital Proceedings.

-A fast track for the best papers to special issues in leading Construction and Computing journals.

 

Our objective is to increase the scientific rigour of the reviewing process and reward authors of highly-ranked papers. The emphasis placed on quality control will ensure that presentation sessions are engaging and value-adding and that attendees get the most out of the time they invest in 2019 EC³.

 

Industry Day

The Industry Day will bring Industry professionals together with practitioners and researchers to discuss the latest challenges in the industry.

 

This year the Industry Day will focus on the Digital Transformation of the construction industry and seek to explore the potentially transformative impact it can have.

 

We solicit proposals for presentation of:

  • Case studies and lessons learnt
  • New technologies and their application in the construction industry
  • Research and innovation in the European Union, showcasing innovative solutions developed as part of EU or national Innovation projects.

To contribute:

If you would like to contribute, please send an e-mail with your short proposal to the Industry Day Chair, Prof. Daniel Hall (industry@ec-3.org).

We also have a number of sponsorship and exhibition options. To learn more visit the Sponsorship page.

 

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