APRIL 22-24, 2021, MOSCOW, RUSSIA
XXIV International Scientific conference on Advance In Civil Engineering

CONSTRUCTION

THE FORMATION OF LIVING ENVIRONMENT

(FORM-2021)

WHEN
April 22-24, 2021
WHERE
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Moscow, Russia
Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

XXIV International Scientific Conference "Construction the formation of living environment" will be held from April 22 to April 24, 2021.


The main aim of the Conference is to provide the sustainable innovative development of the construction industry, to preserve the continuity of scientific schools, to form a new level of training professional staff, to strengthen scientific and business contacts.

The language of the Conference is English.


Participation format:
Participants to make their report in two formats: an oral presentation on the days of the conference or recording a video presentation.

IMPORTANT DATES
1
28/02/2021
DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION
2
26/03/2021
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
3
11/04/2021
LAST FEE PAYMENT
4
22-24/04/2021
CONFERENCE DATES
CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN
PROF. PAVEL AKIMOV
Professor, DSc, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, Rector of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
PROF. VLADIMIR ANDREEV
DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, Head of Department of Strength of Materials. Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
PROF. VALERIY TELICHENKO
DsC, Professor, Academician of RAACS, President of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, First Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, Russia
PROF. SERGEY KUZNETSOV
DSc, Professor, Leading Scientist of Department Wave Dynamics, Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russia
PROF. ASHOT TAMRAZYAN
DsC, Professor, advisor of RAACS, member of the Russian Engineering Academy, Head of Department of Reinforced Concrete and Stone Structures, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
PROF. ZAVEN TER-MARTIROSIAN
DsC, Professor of Department of Soil and Geotechnical Engineering, Chief Research Scientist of REC "Geotechnical Engineering". Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
PROF. MIRZIOYD MIRSAIDOV
DSc, Professor, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Head of Department of Theoretical and Construction Mechanics, Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, Republic of Uzbekistan
PROF. RANGIKA UMESH HALWATURA
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
PROF. BORISLAV HRISTOV
Dr.-Ing, Professor, Department of Engineering Sciences, University of Applied Sciences (HTW Berlin), Germany
PROF. ROLAND HEILER
Dr.-Ing, Professor, Head of production technology, FB2 Technology and Living, University of Applied Sciences (HTW Berlin), Germany
DR. VYACHESLAV SEMENOV
PhD, Head of the Department Building Materials and Materials Science, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
DR. JAROSLAW RYBAK
PhD, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
DR. ALBERTO CELANI
PhD, Research fellow, Department of architecture, built environment and construction engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
PROF. WOJCIECH DĄBROWSKI
PhD, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
PROF. MARCO DI LUDOVICO
PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Structures for Engineering and Architecture, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
PROF. KNUT HARTENSTEIN
Dr.-Ing, Associate Professor, Department FB 2, HTW Berlin, Germany
PROF. NGUYEN VIET ANH
Director of Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering (IESE), Hanoi University of Civil Engineering, Vietnam
PROF. DAMAN K. PANESAR
PhD, Professor, Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada
PROF. AUDRIUS BANAITIS
Department of Construction Management and Real Estate, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
PROF. ARTURAS KAKLAUSKAS
DsC, Head of the Department of Construction Management and Real Estate, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
DR. LAURA TUPENAITE
PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Construction Management and Real Estate, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
DR. HENRIK DAVIDSSON
Architecture and built environment, Lund University, Sweden
PROF. IRENE LILL
Professor, Department of Civil engineering and Architecture, Head of Building lifecycle research Group, TalTech, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
PROF. TATYANA MATSEEVICH
DSc, Prof., Department of Applied Mathematics, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
DR. ARMEN TER-MARTIROSYAN
DSc, Department of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnics, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Tusnin A.R., Galishnikova V.V., Kaitukov T.B., Nezhnikova E.V., Shtymov Z.M., Doroshenko A.V., Shvedov S.A., Belyakov S.I., Filatov V.V., Sokolova A.G., Kanhva V.S., Makisha N.A., Sergeev S.A., Aleksanin A.V., Molchanova I.P., Evstratov V.S., Vorobiev P.Yu.
Thursday, April 22
Dr.-Ing, Professor, Department of Engineering Sciences, University of Applied Sciences (HTW Berlin), Germany
DSc, Professor, Vice-rector of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
DSc, Professor, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
PhD, Development Director, OJSC «Bonolit - Construction solutions», Russia
Friday, April 23
CONFERENCE SECTIONS
1. MODERN BUILDING MATERIALS
  • Theoretical basis of building materials science;
  • Nanotechnology in the production of building materials;
  • Modern high-performance concretes;
  • Construction of modern multifunctional composites;
  • Materials for road construction;
  • Technologies of utilization and use in the production of building materials of industrial waste;
  • Methods of testing, quality control of building materials and products;
  • Technology of finishing and insulation materials and products;
  • Estimation and increase of durability of building materials and products.
2. RELIABILITY OF BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION
  • The theory of calculation of structures;
  • High-rise and large-span buildings and structures;
  • Modern principles of calculation and design of structures of buildings and structures (including special purpose);
  • Bases, foundations, underground structures;
  • Tests, diagnostics, monitoring of the reliability of facilities;
  • Fire safety of buildings and structures;
  • Safety of buildings in special conditions of external influences, with combined special effects;
  • Ecological safety in construction.
3. MODELLING AND MECHANICS OF BUILDING STRUCTURES
  • Mathematical models of mechanics of a deformable solids mechanics and its application;
  • The theory of elastic and plasticity;
  • Fracture mechanics;
  • Theoretical and structural mechanics;
  • Model operation of dynamic loading;
  • Modelling and simulation of structures.
4. ENGINEERING AND SMART SYSTEMS IN CONSTRUCTION
  • Engineering system, technique and technology;
  • Built environment quality;
  • Energy efficiency in construction;
  • Intellectual systems and automatics in construction;
  • Cyber-physical systems;
  • Smart City.
5. GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES
  • Climate change and the urban environment;
  • Urban planning and architectural heritage;
  • New construction technologies;
  • Sustainable building technologies;
  • Construction management and economics;
  • Real estate development.
REGISTRATION FEES
$ 140 / € 110 / ₽ 10 000

Includes:

Presentation of scientific research results;

admission to all conference sessions and workshops;

on-line access to Proceedings.
PUBLICATION
All accepted submission will be published in journal E3S Web of Conferences indexed by: Scopus.

One person can be an author or a co-author in maximum two papers. The number of pages for each paper - not less than 6, no more than 10.

The maximum amount of co-authors in one article - no more than 5.

TEMPLATES AND GUIDELINES
170 x 250 mm paper size, one column format

Please read first the detailed Publication ETHICS. (Elsevier recommendations and COPE's Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors).

Please use the IMRAD model for structuring your work. The following parts of the article are mandatory:
Title
It must include no more than seven words (excluding prepositions, conjunctions and articles).
The title should not contain verbs.
The title should not include such words as analysis, research, study, to the question, new, problems, questions, some, features, special, from the point of view, application, search, definition, modern, current, solution, best, most / least profitable, optimum, most etc.
Abstract
The abstract should be the presentation of the article without itself.
Abstract should have the same structure as the article and include problem urgency; purpose; methods; results; conclusions.
Abstract should be of 200-250 words.
Keywords
From 5 to 10 words or word combinations.
Introduction
This part should include the objectives of the work and its background. It should be based on the literature review. In the literature review you should show the competence in your area and its main authors and works. In the same time, you should not cite all possible references but only those that are strictly connected with your topic. The recommended quantity of references is 5-10.
Methods
This part should provide details of the experimental setup and the methods used for obtaining the results.
Results
This part should clearly and concisely present the data using figures and tables where appropriate.
Discussion
This part should describe the relationships and generalizations shown by the results and discuss the significance of the results making comparisons with previously published work.
Conclusions
Here the list of main conclusions is given. It should not repeat the results, but the generalization is intended.
Acknowledgements
The personal acknowledgements and also the information about funding is given here.
References
It is important to remember that the list of references is one of the most important parts of the article. You should show the competence in your area and its main authors and works. In the same time, you should not cite all possible references but only those that are strictly connected with your topic.
The recommended quantity of references is 20.
The cited papers should be relatively recent, actual and easy of access. It is advisable that the papers are accessible through Internet.
You should cite publications in the text with number in the list enclosed in square brackets. A list of references in the order of mention should be supplied.
CONFERENCE PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
VENUE
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
26, Yaroslavskoye Sh., Moscow, Russia, 129337
CONFERENCE HISTORY
International Scientific Conference «CONSTRUCTION THE FORMATION OF LIVING ENVIRONMENT» is held within 24 years and brings together international representatives of the most demanded areas of the building science, becoming for this time a professional platform for exchanging experience in conducting scientific research and interactions with leading specialists of the industry.

Both representatives of Russia's regions and participants from foreign countries: Armenia, Belarus, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Moldova, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Syria, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, USA, Vietnam and etc. actively participate in the Conference.

One of the main objectives of the Conference is the support and development of scientific and practical works of young scientists, doctoral students and post-graduate students in the field of construction. The program of the conference includes seminars, round tables, excursions to scientific research laboratories and scientific and educational centers, and for participants under the age of 25, the competition "Youth Innovations" is organized, which is supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

The conference promotes the realization of the scientific potential of young specialists, the development of innovative activity, the integration of education, science and production in the economy of Russia and the world. The long-term experience of holding the conference testifies to the ever growing interest of young scientists in the challenges posed to them by the modern environment of life, and shows the need to transfer experience from the senior generation of scientists and specialists to the new generation.
CONTACTS
Phone
+7 (495) 287-49-14, ext. 2447 (eng)
+7 (495) 287-49-14, ext. 2667 (rus)
Address for corresponding
129337, 26, Yaroslavskoye Shosse
Moscow, Russia
ATTN: Scientific Policy Department
CONSTRUCTION THE FORMATION OF LIVING ENVIRONMENT