The main mission of "World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering-Architecture-Urban Planning Symposium - WMCAUS" is to lead to contribute in multidisciplinary studies related with Civil Engineering, Architecture, City and Urban Planning and to improve interactions between people within these fields. As another mission it will provide a forum for this diverse range of studies which report very latest results and document emerging understanding of the related systems and our place in it.
The main topics of WMCAUS are Construction Management and Engineering, Construction Materials, Geotechnics, Hydromechanics, Structural Engineering, Building Performance Simulations, Transportation, Architectural Space, Social Sciences and Architecture, Architectural Culture, Theories of Vision and Visuality, Architectural Design and Methods, Architectural Historiography, Architectural Heritage and Conservation of Historical structures, Sustainability in the Built Environment, Urban Planning, Public Space, Urban Design, Theories and Methods, Regional Planning, Archaeological Method and Theories, Sustainable Urban Development, Urban Sociology, Economics and Politics, Risk Management and Mitigation Planning, GIS-Based Modelling for Mitigation Planning, Computer Aided Design, Mathematical and Statistical Methods, Integrated Coastal Zone Planning and, Management, Accreditation of Civil Engineering, City and Regional Planning Education.
The official language of the WMCAUS is English. Simultaneous interpretation is not provided. Therefore, it is expected that authors are able to present their research more or less fluently in the English language.
Laptop (MS Office for Windows 10 ® - MS Office 2013 or latest: Word, PowerPoint, Excel), state of the art multimedia technology that guarantees a perfect flow at the highest level for all different kinds of presentations, Wi-Fi Internet connection, laser pointers and wireless microphones for questions and comments of the participants.
The organizers cannot accept liability for personal accident, loss or damage to private property, which may be incurred as a result of the participation in the WCAUS. Participants are, therefore, advised to arrange appropriate insurance cover.