2019 European Conference on Computing in Construction (2019 EC³)

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The European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3) will host the 2019 European Conference on Computing in Construction (2019 EC³) in 10-12 July 2019 in Chania, Greece. 

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. 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 in this domain.

The 2019 EC³ invites papers in the areas related to computing in construction and its applications. Indicative topics include:

  • 3D Geographic Information Systems
  • 4D/nD Modelling
  • Automated Approaches in Construction
  • Autonomous agents in virtual and augmented environments
  • Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Change Management
  • Collaborative visual and augmented environments
  • Communication and Collaboration Technologies
  • Contract & Cost Management
  • Data Acquisition, Analysis and Storage
  • Data interpretation methods for design and maintenance
  • Design and Decision Support Systems
  • Digital Economy
  • Education in Construction Informatics
  • Game engines and serious game applications in construction
  • Human-computer interaction in virtual environments
  • Infrastructure resilience
  • Integrated Process and Product Design
  • Interactive media environments
  • IT-Supported Architectural and Engineering Design
  • Knowledge Representation and Linked Data
  • Knowledge Transfer, Technology Dissemination and Standardization
  • Machine Learning
  • Managing IT Strategies
  • Mobile and wearable computing
  • Mobile Computing
  • Model-Based Management Tools and Systems
  • Modelling the physics of buildings and infrastructure
  • Novel sensor and monitoring systems
  • Ontologies for modelling and visualization
  • Optimisation
  • Product and Process Modelling
  • Product Development & Design Management
  • Product Lifecycle Management
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Production System Design
  • Research Methods in Construction Informatics
  • Risk management
  • Safety and Quality
  • Simulation in construction
  • Situation Awareness and Sensing Technologies
  • Smart Buildings and Infrastructures
  • Supply Chain Management & Prefabrication
  • Sustainability and Lean
  • Systems Engineering
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
  • Virtual reality in education and training applications
  • Visual Pattern Recognition Technologies
  • Visualization and Simulation Techniques

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