Call for papers: 46th Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA) Conference
The 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA) 2012.
Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice
Griffith University is pleased to be hosting the 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association (formerly ANZAScA) Conference from November 14th to 16th, 2012. The 2011 Conference, “Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice” will feature a two day conference on the 14th and 15th November, with each refereed paper presented in person by the author either as a poster or as an oral presentation. Site visit activities are planned for Friday 17th. The conference will be organised around a combination of plenary, parallel, and poster presentations, with keynote presentations each day at selected times. A welcome drinks evening (Tuesday) and a conference dinner (Thursday) will round out a busy program. The Conference will continue to draw attention to the applied research purpose of ASA (ANZAScA) and its place in relation to both the teaching and practice of architecture and related disciplines. The conference recognizes that the theoretical and practical knowledge base that underpins architecture is of necessity cross-disciplinary; and for this reason paper submissions from associated disciplines and areas of knowledge are particularly encouraged.
Conference theme: Building on Knowledge: Theory and Practice
Specific areas include, but are not limited to:
Architecture and the environmental
Construction, materials and technology
Urban and landscape studies
Design education and computing
Thermal comfort, lighting and acoustics
Buildings and energy
All abstracts and papers will be reviewed double-blind refereed by the Editorial Board. Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Architectural Science Review.
End March 2012 – Call for Abstracts
End April 2012 – Abstracts due
End July – Full papers due
End September – Full paper acceptance notification
Mid October – Final paper due
14th – 16th November – Conference and paper presentations
The conference website will be operational from mid April and is being hosted by Griffith University.
OCPMS will again be used to manage abstract and paper submissions.
Conference fees have not yet been finalized but will be kept as low as possible to facilitate broad participation. Early registration will be open up to mid October.