Conference postponed until March 2021
We are conscious of the heavy toll the Covid-19 crisis is having on humanity, and we hope that you and your loved ones are in good health. It is clear that this crisis is heavily impacting on our lives.
Taking into account the recent advice provided by several organizations and by the advisory committee, we have decided to reschedule the Circularity in the Built Environment Conference from 22-24 September 2020 to March 2021.
We will inform you as soon as possible on the new dates of the conference.
Corana Virus & deadline of extended abstract submission
Due to the ongoing situation worldwide and to address the requests of authors in the concerned countries, we have decided to extend the deadline of submission of extended abstracts to December 1st, 2020.
Consequently, the final decisions are postponed to the end of May. We hope to receive the extended abstracts also from the colleagues who are currently facing unexpected troubles.
Kindly submit your manuscript before May 1st, 2020. Those who have submitted do not need to submit again.
> 100 extended abstracts > 26 countries and 60 institutes
We wish to thank all authors who submitted their abstracts within the deadline of March 15th.
About 100 Extended Abstracts have been received from more than 26 countries and 60 research institutes (universities and research centres). The extended abstracts address all conference topics, with a substantial response to the themes of CDW Recycling Technologies, Sustainable Construction Materials, Digitalization & Circularity, Circular Design, Circular Management, Social Circular Economy, Standards, Policy Legislation and Case Studies.
We are proud to announce our keynote speakers
Delft University of Technology
“Quality control for circularity. How to sell high grade recyclate”
Jorge de Brito
Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon Portugal
“Structural design of reinforced recycled aggregate concrete slabs in accordance with Eurocode 2”
EASME, European Commission
“Circular Economy and funding opportunities”
LafargeHolcim, Holderbank AG, Switzerland
Recycling of Construction and Demolition Materials – Barriers to re-use – “Challenges for a large PLC”
With special thanks to:
The conference location at TU Delft’s Aula Conference Centre is a spacious venue featuring multiple well-equipped rooms for the conference besides open spaces and a restaurant.
The venue is also well connected by various means of transport. From all nearby airports and railway stations, trains are available to Delft Station.
Regular bus service from Delft Station and city center to Aula is available. The Aula is also located next to a highway, which runs past all of the campus, and parking is available nearby.
The campus is internally well connected by bicycle paths and pedestrian walks, and there are bus routes, which run through the campus during weekdays.