Research poster represents a great opportunity for young researchers and students to present their preliminary results of works in progress or projects summarizing information or research concisely and attractively to help publicize it and generate discussion. The poster is usually a mixture of a brief text mixed with tables, graphs, pictures, and other presentation formats. Poster sessions allow for engagement in informal discussions about the work with interested participants and for getting to know the community, especially for first-time presenters. Hence, you are invited to participate in the Poster Sessions of The Second Memarayat International Conference: Architecture and Urban Resiliency that focuses on the exploration of the multifaceted paradigms of the built-up resiliency, which are complex in nature and involve multiple-terms effects. Your poster should addresses one or more of the conference themes:
Theme One: Resilient Buildings and Structures: Challenges and Solutions
- Architectural, structural, and construction challenges and resiliency
- Natural disasters and Environmental change: challenges and innovations in Architectural Design, Structural Designs, and Construction techniques.
- Manmade crises, preparedness, and solutions.
- Buildings and structures resilient management systems
- Innovations and leaned lessons in buildings and structures' crisis resiliency & disaster preparedness.
- Architectural Conservation and Environmental/ natural/man-made risks.
Theme two: Resilient Cities: Challenges and Solutions
- Planning for resiliency: Natural Crises and Environmental Challenges
- Resilient Urban Design
- The Economic and Social Dimensions of Resiliency in Developed and less-Developed countries
- Managing Urban Resiliency: obstacles, chances, and potential courses
- Evaluating Cities' Vulnerability to Natural and Man-made Disasters
- Climate-Based City planning /Urban Design
- Incorporating resilient city systems in smart cities growth.
- Internet of Things as a tool of city resiliency
- Expanding Urban Officials Capacity to Mange Cities' systems' resiliency
- Wars, Terrorism, and Mass groups mobilization: implications on city planning and Urban design.
- Real- Time emergency Situations and Response: City systems and Services.
- Urban Conservations and correlation to risk management
Contents and Format
The poster presentation is a dynamic communication tool used to highlight research results and discuss their significance in an informal and interactive setting. Consequently, your poster should features a short title, an introduction to your burning question, an overview of your novel experimental approach, your amazing results in graphical form, some insightful discussion of aforementioned results, a listing of previously published articles that are important to your research. These contents, in addition to your name, affiliation, contact email and MIC 2018 title should be arranged fittingly in a Vertical A1 poster (594 x 841 mm). Regarding Abstract submission, it must be in Arabic or English with no more than 300 words. Submissions should be sent in Word Document Format or Rich Text Format RTF. All abstracts will be blind reviewed and judged based on their originality and their potential to generate interesting and interactive exchanges of ideas.
You can submit your abstract and final poster through this
Final Poster submission shoul/d be in Acrobat Format (with a PDF file extension) and a maximum file size of 20M.
|Call of paper||Nov. 16th|
|Abstract dead line||Extended to Dec. 28th, 2017|
Last date of abstract notification of acceptance||Extended to January 4th, 2018|
|Full paper submission||
February. 18th 2018|
|Full paper acceptance||
February. 25th 2018|
|Camera-ready||March 15th, 2018|
|Conference sessions ||April 18th & 19th, 2018|