Important Dates

  • Paper Submission: Deadline . March 25 . 2021

  • Notification of acceptance: Deadline . April 25 . 2021

  • Camera-ready version: Deadline . May 1 . 2021

 

THE 17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT ENVIRONMENTS

IEB'21 WORKSHOP.

INTELLIGENT ENVIRONMENTS AND BUILDINGS

21 - 22 JUNE 2021

THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM

THE WORKSHOP PROGRAM

TOPICS

01 / BUILDINGS
02 / CITIES AND ENVIRONMENTS
03 / MISCELLANEOUS
  • Parametric architecture

  • Smart materials

  • Sustainable Buildings

  • Smart building envelopes and maintenance

  • Adaptive membranes

  • light-weight structures

  • Building information modelling

  • Smart city

  • Smart industry

  • Spatial data capture, storage and analysis

  • Urban and building simulation

  • Digital visualisation

  • Agent-based modelling for spatial systems​

  • System Dynamics

  • Renewable energy

  • Mobility

  • Ergonomics

  • Lighting

  • E-government and optimisation

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DUBAI
 

ABOUT

 

The 3rd International Workshop on Intelligent Environments and Buildings (IEB'21) will be held within the 17th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE'21) in Dubai (UAE) on June 21-24 2021.

​Smart city is an abstract projection of the community of the future. It is a conceptual perimeter defined by a set of needs that find answers in technologies, services and electronic applications. Traceability to different sectors such as smart building, inclusion, energy, environment, government, living, mobility, education, health, and much more could be made. Whether individually or collectively, these technologies, services and applications do not constitute a smart city if they are not integrated into a platform, a platform that ensures interoperability and coordination. Above all, the definition of appropriate tools for governance and financing are essential elements for the implementation of the political and social vision constituting the smart city.

As a vital component of the smart city, smart buildings can foster energy efficiency and tackle the reduction of CO2 emissions within the atmosphere. They can guarantee good lighting, ventilation, cooling rates, along with other aspects of building demands in real-time.

Monitoring and sensing combined solutions with simple and efficient methods are the protagonists of advanced sustainable building technology, for instance, the implementation of overheating mitigation strategies such as shading systems, free and ground-cooling.

OUR STORY

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OUR VISION

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OUR TECHNOLOGY

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SPONSORS

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ORGANISERS

Program Chairs
  • Mohammed Bakkali, International University of Rabat, Morocco and University College London, UK

Program Committee
  • Mounir Ghogho, International University of Rabat, Morocco

  • Mohcine Bakhat, University of Vigo, Spain

  • Kaveh Dianati, University College London, UK

  • Huanfa Chen, University College London, UK

  • Natalia Zdanowska, University College London, UK

  • Andreu Moià-Pol, Universitat de les Illes Balears Palma, Spain

  • Bartomeu ALORDA, Universitat de les Illes Balears Palma, Spain

  • Walter Gaj Tripiano , GreenVille Group, Italy 

Block 16 - Knowledge Park -

Dubai - United Arab Emirates

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Innovative smart construction is a key element for developing and keeping smart cities, building products, materials and industrial processes economically competitive and ecologically sustainable. Smart construction science requires a multi-discipline approach embracing architecture, design, engineering, chemistry, physics, as well as theoretical and practical applications from companies and institutions. State-of-the-art of integrated technologies for smart building envelopes with differentiated solutions for urban and non-urban areas: Energy Efficiency towards nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB), Low CO2 emissions and air quality, High in-and outdoor quality are the challenges of the building sector today. The event will provide an overview of current research and developments (R&D) in the ongoing work on smart cities, construction science and technology, and will offer a platform for discussions about future perspectives. During the one-day event, renowned players of research and innovation on smart technologies will lecture and discuss about their new advances. Participants need to cover the travel support, accommodation, and participation. Videoconference could also be considered for foreign participants. Institutions, researchers and related – industries are peer-reviewed to participate via article submissions.

Submissions

Paper Submission Guidelines

All paper submissions will be reviewed by at least two program committee members. Papers must be in PDF format and must be submitted via the submission site shown below. All submissions must describe original research, not published or currently under review for another workshop, conference, or journal.

Paper Format

Authors wishing to participate in this event should format their papers according to the IOS Press style, with a length of at least 6 but no more than 10 pages. Latex and Word templates can be found in http://www.iospress.nl/service/authors/latex-and-word-tools-for-book-authors.

 

Please submit here 

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieb21

Publication

  • All papers accepted will be published in the proceedings of the event as an Open Access volume in the Book Series on Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments Series (IOS Press). These book series are indexed in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index  (CPCI).

  • The Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Science (CPCI-S) is part of the Web of Science Core Collection Content,  printed by Thomson Reuter and analysed by Clarivet.

  • Interesting tutorials will be held along with the workshop sessions (more info here) and they are included in the registration fee.

  • The best papers of each workshop may be invited for an extension in some of the Special Issues of the conference (more info here)

Attendance

At least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend the workshop for oral and poster presentations.

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