Lightweight Structures in Civil Engineering
Seminar organized by IASS Polish Chapters
Lightweight Structures in Civil Engineering Conferences are a series of annual international conferences, which have been organized by Polish leading Universities.
The aim of the Seminars is to bring together researchers and professionals from different countries and to provide opportunity to present results of their work.
The lightweight structure belongs to civil engineering objects, erected by peoples, which distinguish in relation to similar erected up till now, by relatively small amount of build in material and assuring simultaneously extremely high exploitation parameters like: large spans of roofs or bridges without middle supports, height of buildings, towers or masts and extremely large useful surface or free volume of buildings, tanks or reservoirs. It is intended that all following topics can be included: spatial lattice structures, plate and shell structures, domes and membranes, high-rise buildings, towers, reservoirs, bridges, thin-walled, tension, cable and pneumatic structures. Any kind of material and structures can be discussed which corresponds with above definition. Also all methods of analysis as: analytical, numerical and experimental are welcomed. The scope of the conference is not limited only to broadly understood theoretical considerations but also includes engineering issues related to new technologies in construction, implementation problems as well as the presentation of completed facilities.
30 October 2020
Submission of abstract
7 November 2020
Approval of abstracts
1 December 2020
Full paper submission
4 December 2020
prof. Stanisław Jemioło
prof. Marcin Kamiński
prof. Jacek Szafran
prof. Leszek Małyszko
prof. Romuald Tarczewski
mgr inż. arch. Tomasz Broma
mgr inż. arch. Bartosz Adamiczka
The conference agenda will be available after abstracts acceptance.
It is our great pleasure and privilege to inform that this year Plenary and Key Lectures will be delivered by