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Call for papers YRGS 2017

The 8th Asia and Pacific Young Researchers and Graduates Symposium (YRGS 2017)

Time and place :
7~8 September 2017, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo

Background and objectives of symposium :

The mission of YRGS is to create a platform and bring together young researchers, scientists, engineers and graduates to discuss the latest issue in structural engineering and construction. YRGS promote young researchers, scientists, engineers and graduates innovative and integrative approaches in life cycle systems thinking in civil, building and bridge engineering that include planning, design, constructability, specifications, and durability. It is the purpose of YRGS to provide an Asia Pacific forum for the discussion of topics important to developing new knowledge in structural engineering and construction.

Topics of YRGS :

YRGS seeks to identify the recent innovations in structural and construction engineering with a particular emphasis on creative systems for future technologies.

General topics:

Topics include but are not limited to :
- structure
- building
- concrete engineering
- durability
- maintenance
- construction engineering and project management’ contracting and claims
- architecture; quality control; housing; education and ethics.
However, all papers must relate to the civil, architectural, and construction management disciplines

Past YRGS:
7th YRGS:University of Malaya, Malaysia
(20~21 August 2015)
6th YRGS:Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
(31 July~1 August 2014)
5th YRGS:Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India
(30~31 August 2013)
4th YRGS:The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China
(4~5 December 2012)
3rd YRGS:National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
(25~26 March 2011)
2nd YRGS:Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
(27~28 March 2010)
1st YRGS:Kunsan National University, Gunsan, South Korea
(26~28 February 2009)