School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Sustainable Materials & Structures Research Group
The Young Researchers’ Forum V is a free one-day event that showcases research in innovative and traditional construction materials.
This Forum will provide an outstanding opportunity for early career researchers involved in construction materials to showcase their work in an international context. There will be extensive networking opportunities to exchange ideas in a friendly and supportive environment. The Forum is specifically intended for PhD students and early career Post-Doctoral researchers. In addition, it is anticipated that recent appointees in the construction materials industry would benefit from the opportunity to access ‘state of the art’ research knowledge in sustainable construction materials.
The Forum is a unique opportunity to gain an unparalleled overview of ongoing UK research in construction materials, as well as to interact professionally and socially with leading researchers in the sector.
The themes to be covered are:
- Cement and Concrete
- Stone and Aggregates
- Polymers and Chemical Admixtures
The meeting will be organised and hosted by the Sustainable Materials and Structures Research Group within the School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University. The event is presented and promoted in collaboration with a range of leading international research entities including the Institute of Concrete Technology, the Cementitious Materials Group of The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, and the Institution of Structural Engineers.
Proceedings of the event will be published and made available on the web. Following assessment and peer review by leading experts, the best paper will receive a Best Paper Award along with a prize.
Papers are invited for short presentations (20 minutes including questions) on any aspect of construction materials.
Please send an abstract of 100 – 200 words, or any informal enquires to email@example.com before the 1st February 2020.