International Conference on Construction Research Eduardo Torroja
On the occasion of Science Week, the
Following in the footsteps of Eduardo Torroja, the conference will revolve around a philosophy and praxis that advocate a view of architecture and engineering as parts of the same engine, built in the factory of innovation and serving society by driving progress. The conference will be a forum for international reflection and debate on the past, present and future of housing, the prime architectural space for social well-being. The general theme will be its evolution and its fate in today’s world, in which sustainability and the generation of clean and inexpensive energy are regarded as keys to ongoing development The intention is to encourage dialogue among researchers, professionals, builders, ancillary industries and the university, sharing experiences and building relationships among the various actors involved in the development required by a society characterised by relentless change.
The conference will consist of two full-day sessions, on 21 and 22 November 2013, held at the Eduardo Torroja Institute for Construction Science.
Oral lectures and communications may be delivered in any language, although for publication in the proceedings, written communications must be submitted in Spanish or English, with bilingual (Spanish/English) abstracts. The attached brochure includes conditions relating to such communications. The conference organisers will draw up the final programme on the grounds of the specific topics addressed in the communications submitted, with any necessary subdivisions or regroupings.