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Choose the topic that best fits your interest in the online submission module.
Fill the title and abstract fields in.
The title must be in English and a maximum on 90 characters are allowed.
The abstract must be written in English and a maximum length of 300 words is allowed.
Please consider that despite your preferences, the Organizing Committee might move you in the most fitting topic according to the scientific committee’s advice.
Abstracts must be coherent with the topic call and are expected to highlight:
- Approach and methodology
- Originality and level of innovativeness
- Value of contents against the state of the art
- Achievements and limitations
please write your abstract in a concise and clear style following the listed points.
- By submitting an abstract, the author(s) agrees that in case of acceptance, the contribute will be presented at NEXTBUILT roundtables.
- Authors must ensure that the submitted contribute is their original work.
- Abstract must be submitted via the dedicated web format.
- All submissions – both abstracts and contributes – must follow the provided formats.
- The inclusion of trade names/brand names is not allowed in the abstract.
By submitting their abstracts and contributes the authors give the organisers all rights under copyright that may exist in and to the work, including the rights to use, distribute, publish, record, broadcast, reproduce and archive the work.
climate resilient cities
- Adapting building design, construction, and operation to climate goals
- Improving resilience of the built environment
- Regenerative design strategies for tomorrow cities
- Coping with extreme climate conditions
- Outdoor microclimate
Energy, buildings, users: pathways for effective integration
- Efficient use of resources and passive strategies
- Net-zero energy and carbon-neutrality in new and existing buildings
- Monitoring devices and end-user energy feedback
- Indoor comfort standards and perception
- User-building interaction capacity
Adapting systems and components to the next generation needs
- Embodied Energy vs Operational Energy
- Environmental Impact Assessment in buildings and cities
- Life cycle assessment tools and procedures
- Environmental impact assessment systems
- Service life of building components and systems
Towards circular systems: prediction, simulation, assessment tools
- Integrative design process
- Embedding circular principles into building design process
- Strategies, decision-support tools and assessment methods
- Predictive models and support strategies
- Simulation tools and scenario modelling