The 2nd International Conference on Construction Resources for Environmentally Sustainable Technologies (CREST 2023) will be held during November 20-22, 2023, in Fukuoka, Japan, in a face-to-face format. The conference is organized by Kyushu University, together with University of Cambridge, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Japanese Geotechnical Society (JGS), ISSMGE Technical Committee (TC 307), ISSMGE Asian Regional Technical Committees (AsRTC1 and AsRTC3), and Global Society for Smart Geo-Sustainnovation (GLOSS).
The conference aims to bring together engineers, researchers, scientists and policy makers from around the world under one umbrella for debates and discussions on wide range of interdisciplinary themes mentioned below. The conference focuses on commitment to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) No. 9, No. 11, No. 13 and No. 17 by promoting new ideas and innovations in infrastructure design, construction and maintenance, as well as policy making and implementation with the aim of contributing to climate change adaptation and disaster resilience.
Theme 1: Natural Geo-disasters and Resiliency
① Climate change related natural disasters
② Climate change independent natural disasters
③ Disasters associated with anthropogenic activities
④ Economic aspects of disaster risk assessment and modelling
Theme 2: Climate Change Adaptation and Innovation from the Perspective of Geoengineering
① Innovative techniques towards low carbon footprint
② Innovative case studies for sustainable design and construction
③ Socio–economic and environmental aspects in sustainable construction
④ Geological and hydrological aspects
Theme 3: Geo-Sustainnovation through Disruptive Technologies
① Information based (AI, IoT, VR, etc.) measures for natural disaster mitigation
② Application of DX and i-Construction
③ Physical and numerical modelling of disasters and disaster mitigation techniques
④ Smart energy harvesting techniques
Theme 4: Use of Recycled and Waste Material in Geoengineering
① Advancement in low cost and low carbon construction techniques
② Recycled materials (alternative geomaterials) in geotechnical constructions
③ Mechanical and constitutive properties of recycled materials
④ Management and utilization of disaster wastes
Theme 5: Policies and Implementation for Resilient Society
① Disaster and environment
② Community outreach through soft type disaster mitigation measures
③ Education for sustainable development goals
④ Measures for achieving Society 5.0 goals
Prospective authors are invited to submit abstracts in English on an A4-size page with no more than 400 words on the conference themes. The submission guidelines and template are available on the conference website (www.ic-crest.com).
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
We look forward to welcoming you to Fukuoka.
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