Rector of Cracow University of Technology - prof. Andrzej Białkiewicz
Chairperson of the Section of Building Materials Engineering, Committee of Civil Engineering, Polish Academy of Science - Prof. Maria Kaszyńska
Chairperson of the Construction Commission of Cracow Branch of the Polish Academy of Science – Prof. Joanna Dulińska
Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering - Prof. Andrzej Szarata
Dean of the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering - Prof. Adam Jagiełło
Dean of the Faculty of Environmental and Power Engineering - Prof. Stanisław M. Rybicki
Dean of the Faculty of Materials Engineering and Physics - Prof. Andrzej Woszczyna
Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering - Prof. Jerzy A. Sładek
Dean of the Faculty of Architecture - Prof. Jacek Gyurkovich
You can watch the conference on the YouTube channel
DAY 1: October 19, 2020
DAY 2: October 20, 2020
MATBUD updates 13/10/2020
The program of the conference is available on the conference website.
To present your paper, you need to join the session by using the link that will be given on the conference website (the same for all participants, including presenters).
When you will be invited to present your paper by the chairperson, your presentation will be displayed and we will give you a remote control on it – you will be able to move the slides according to your needs by using your computer mouse.
You will have remote control over the presentation during your speech and a short discussion as well.
Please do not forget to unmute yourself and turn on your video.
See you all very soon!
MATBUD updates 05/10/2020
MATBUD'2020 is approaching!
MATBUD updates 27/09/2020
Next TC 283-CAM: Chloride transport in alkali-activated materials (Chair: Prof. Arnaud CASTEL, Deputy Chair: Shishir MUNDRA) will be organized online and will be held in conjunction with MATBUD'2020 Conference in Cracow, Poland, 19-21 October 2020. The RILEM TC meeting is scheduled for a morning session on Wednesday 21st .
We have the great pleasure to present the MATBUD'2020 Keynote Speakers
Jean-Michel Torrenti (IFSTTAR, France) - Concrete and climate change: an equation with no solution?
J-M Torrenti - head of MAST Materials and Structures (IFSTTAR, France), head of the French delegation at the fib (the international concrete federation), member of the BNTRA CN EC2 commission, member of the ANDRA scientific council, expert at the HCERES. Co-author of several books including; Le grand livre des bétons" (ed Le Moniteur). Expertise in concrete and concrete durability, carbonation, coupled thermo-hydro-chemical-mechanical behaviour, shrinkage and creep.
John Provis (University of Sheffield, UK) - Innovative cements and concretes - how can we design them, and when can we use them
J. Provis BE (Hons), BSc, PhD, CEng, FIMMM, FICT, FACerS - Professor of Cement Materials Science and Engineering, Head of the Engineering Graduate School, University of Sheffield, Fellow of the American Ceramic Society, awarded in 2013 with RILEM Robert L’Hermite Medal, in recognition of his „outstanding contribution to the research and development of geopolymers and other construction materials", honorary doctorate (Dr.h.c.) by Hasselt University, Belgium, in 2015 to recognise his leadership in the development of geopolymers and other novel cementitious materials. His research has been funded by the European Research Council (starting grant 2013-8), as well as UK Research Councils, industry, and international sources. He is Deputy Chair of RILEM Technical Committee 283-CAM, an invited TAC Expert of RILEM, a Voting Member of committees of BSI, ASTM and ACI, Editor-in-Chief for Materials and Structures, Speciality Chief Editor for the Structural Materials section of Frontiers in Materials and Editor for Cement and Concrete Research.
Cracow University of Technology, Poland - project coordination
University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Research Institute in Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Nantes University - IUT Saint Nazaire, France
Dept. of Civil Engineering, National Ilan University, Taiwan
NTB Interstaatliche Hochschule für Technik Buchs, Switzerland
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW, Australia
Institute for Mechanics of Materials, University of Latvia
Reykjavik University, Island
Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, India
Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) Malta
University of Porto, Portugal
Ryerson University, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science, Canada
Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Technical University of CLUJ-Napoca, Romania
HES-SO Valais-Wallis, Institute of Systems Engineering, Sion, Switzerland
Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Republic
Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism (FAU) University of Chile, Chile
School of Architecture & Design Lebanese American University, Liban
University of Perugia, Department of Engineering, Italy
Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
TUBerlin – Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
National University of Water and Environmental Engineering, Ukraine
Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Uruguay
MATBUD updates 27/04/2020
Taking into account uncertainty on the horizon due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Organising Committee of MATBUD’2020 conference has decided to enable remote participation for presenters or attendees in the conference.
Thus, we maintain the dates of MATBUD’2020 conference: 19-21 October 2020
Considering numerous requests and inquiries the deadline for full paper submission has been extended until May 31, 2020.
Please stay tuned for additional information and updates, via MATBUD website https://www.matbud.edu.pl/
We are looking forward to this special edition of the Scientific-Technical Conference MATBUD’2020 to be held at Cracow University of Technology, Poland. This year the event will be organised within the framework of the International Academic Partnership project financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA):
The goal of the project is to develop long-lasting solutions in the field of scientific cooperation, to be implemented as part of International Academic Partnerships. The conference will host partner organisations from 23 research units worldwide, who will actively participate in the sessions and present the results of their research on sustainable materials and technologies.
Please follow the updates at the www.matbud.edu.pl as all the information and the news related to the conference will be available there. Moreover, the registration and paper submission are to be done using the webpage, which also provides the access to the reviewing system. All conference-related correspondence should be send to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers which have not been considered for publication elsewhere. Submissions are subjected to the peer-review process by members of the Scientific Committee and evaluated on their originality, significance, interest, relevance and quality of presentation. To ensure high visibility, all accepted papers will be published in an open-access format as free to read and download. Every document will be identified, enabling cross-referencing (DOI).
Similarly, to previous editions, the MATBUD'2020 Conference Proceedings will be submitted for the indexation in main scientific databases (Web of Science, Scopus).
Please rest assured that like in the past eight editions (in 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2018) we will make every effort to ensure that this conference edition at least meets the same high scientific and organisational standards as the previous ones.
Hoping that you will find our conference interesting, we are looking forward to receiving your contributions to this special edition of MATBUD conference.
MATBUD'2020 Organising Committee