Call for Papers - 6th International Conference Central Europe towards Sustainable Building CESB22 + YRSB22

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The world is changing. Humanity faces an increasing number of natural disasters, economic and social issues and several extreme social phenomena, including epidemic issues. New situation in natural and socio-economic environment requires new technical solutions for construction of new and reconstruction and modernization of existing buildings as a contribution to development of sustainable built environment. Such solutions should be cost-effective with minimum impacts on the environment and maximum level of resilience. 

On behalf of the Organising Committee of the 6th International Conference Central Europe towards Sustainable Building (CESB22), it is our pleasure to invite you to the conference which will be held in a historical capital Prague in the Czech Republic in July 2022. The conference is jointly organized by Czech Technical University in Prague – Faculty of Civil Engineering, Klokner Institute, University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings (UCEEB) and Czech Sustainable Building Society (CSBS) – iiSBE Czech. The conference will be held under auspices of international conveners CIB, iiSBE, UNEP-SBCI, FIDIC and GABC, and belongs to the Sustainable Built Environment regional conference series leading towards the World Sustainable Built Environment conference on September 26-29, 2023 in Montreal, Canada.

The CESB22 objective is to present current activities in sustainable building with special focus on the Central European area and to bring ideas and international expertise to the region and deliver expertise from the region to enhance further development of built environment in the region as well as in a worldwide scale. The aim is to bring together engineers, researchers, academics, producers, investors and developers to exchange and discuss their innovative approaches and ideas focused on sustainable buildings and their contribution to development of sustainable built environment in line with UN sustainable development goals.

Simultaneously with CESB22, on 4 July 2022, a fourth iiSBE Forum of Young Researchers in Sustainable Building (YRSB22) will take place, focusing on actual PhD research in the field of sustainable building.


CESB22 and YRSB22 Calls for Abstracts Extended

Abstract submission extended until 15 June 2021

Submit your abstract of 150–250 words in English electronically, using Conftool conference system by 15 June 2021.

You will be notified about abstract acceptance on 15 July 2021. Authors of accepted abstracts will be asked to prepare a full paper.

All papers accepted by the Scientific Committee and presented at the conference in oral or poster form will be published as open access papers and submitted for indexing by ISI (Web of Science) and Scopus. Papers from previous CESB conferences are indexed and available for readers in databases.

Submit an abstract now!

We are looking forward to your contributions!


A YRSB22 Scientific Committee will review short 150 words abstracts. Full papers will be peer-reviewed by the participants themselves by topics and divided for the conference programme into full presentations or poster presentations. Each participant will review one full paper. All papers will be included in the electronic Forum proceedings.

The Forum will start on 4th July 2022 with the morning keynote speakers of CESB22 conference in Prague and will continue as a separate event in the afternoon, filled with presentations of young researchers: full presentation 10 mins + 2 mins discussion, poster presentation 4 mins + 1min discussion.

The active participants will be allowed to choose registration including free access to the whole CESB22 conference (4th – 6th July).

Abstract submission is open here (registration account together with CESB22 conference).

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