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Conference tracks

All prospective writers from academia and industry are welcome to submit their unpublished full-length papers for ICACC 2024. The article should show how research, surveying works, and industrial applications in materials innovation and emerging technologies can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, minimise waste generation, optimise resource use and improve infrastructure resilience. It should also describe notable innovation and advances in the following broad areas, but not limited to:

TRACK-1: Advances and Sustainability in Structural Engineering

  • Bridge Engineering
  • Construction Technology and Equipment
  • Cost-effective and Innovative Construction Technologies
  • Green Concrete and Nano-materials
  • Risk and Safety Management in Construction
  • Soft Computing in Structural Engineering
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Sustainable Materials and Construction

TRACK 2: Sustainability in Transportation and Geotechnical Engineering

  • Characterization of Geo-Materials & Modelling Techniques
  • Foundations, Slope Stability, and Landslides
  • Geo-Environmental Engineering
  • Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
  • Ground Improvement Technologies for Sustainability
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Sustainable Pavement Materials, Design & Construction
  • Traffic Safety and Security
  • Traffic Facilities, Operation and Flow Studies
  • Transportation Planning

TRACK 3: Environment and Sustainability

  • Effects of climate on the Environment and Ecological Systems
  • Effect of Infrastructure Development on Environments
  • Engineering Applications for Environmental Management
  • Environmental Impacts of Natural Hazards and Environmental Risk Assessment
  • Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Hydro-geological Systems and Sustainable Groundwater Resources Management
  • Hydro-geological systems and sustainable groundwater resources management
  • Rainwater Harvesting Analysis and Design
  • Smart technologies for environmentally friendly energy production