The Concrete 2019 Program will feature international keynote lectures, concurrent sessions, free paper sessions and posters.
Thank you to all our abstract authors who submitted to be part of our 2019 program; we have received abstracts for every theme and from 22 countries.
Abstract and full paper/digital poster key dates are as follows:
|Full paper submission open||31 January 2019|
|Full paper/Digital poster submission deadline||15 April 2019|
|Author acceptance notifications||30 May 2019|
|Accepted author registration deadline||30 June 2019|
Summary of full paper/digital poster submission instructions:
Please note each presenter may only present up to 2 papers at the Conference. You are welcome to submit multiple papers, however, will only be permitted to present a maximum of 2 papers.
Poster presenters please be aware that all posters in 2019 will be presented digitally.
Please read through the submission instructions listed below before preparing your abstract:
Step 1: Read the full paper guidelines for the submission of full papers or the digital paper guidelines for the submission of digital poster.
Step 2: Write your full paper/digital poster by following the full paper template/digital poster template. Note there is an eight (8) page limit for full papers & maximum of 5 slides for digital poster.
Step 3: Click on the below icon to complete the full paper submission form. It will be necessary to attach/upload the .doc copy of your full paper or .ppt/.pptx format of digital poster.
Step 3: Upload your full paper/digital poster in eOrganiser following the below instructions:
> Click on Submission tabs followed by + Submit a full paper/digital poster
> Select the abstract for which you wish to submit your paper/poster
> Click submit a full paper/digital poster
> Similar process to abstract, upload your document and fill in the relevant information. Please ensure to format your paper/poster according to the guidelines given in the respective templates.
> Click on Submit
> Please review the Preview page before clicking on the submit button once again
NOTE: You will receive a confirmation email when you submit your full paper/poster. Please review the attachment to this email and confirm all details are correct, the title has been recorded correctly and all scientific symbols (if any) appear true to text.
All full papers must not exceed 8 pages including graphs and imagery and digital poster must not exceed 5 slides.
Notification of Acceptance:
Notifications of acceptance of your full paper/digital poster will be sent via e-mail to the submitting author on 30 May 2019.
Accepted papers/posters accompanied by a Conference registration will have their corresponding abstracts published in the Conference proceedings. The Conference Managers will not be held responsible for submissions not received via the website or for submission errors caused by internet service outages, hardware or software delays, power outages or unforeseen events.
For further information please check the website for regular updates or contact the Conference Managers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Concrete 2019 Organising Committee are pleased to advise there will 2 awards given this year.
Best overall paper award
Best paper Under 35 award (this award will be voted on by fellow young members)
You are able to indicate that you wish to be reviewed for one of these awards through the full paper submission process.
Full Paper & Digital Poster Submission
Concrete 2019 Themes
- Alkali-activated concretes
- Alternative cementitious materials
- Bridge structures
- Case studies and major projects
- Concrete materials for Design and Construction – What’s New?
- Construction (infrastructure, development, innovations) and major projects
- Durability (and modelling for durability)
- History of concrete and education
- Modelling and design
- New concrete component materials
- Precast and prefabricated concrete
- Reinforcing and Prestressing Materials
- Repair and rehabilitation
- Shear and Torsion
- Shrinkage and Creep
- Standards, specifications and codes
- Structural Strengthening
- Underground and Foundation Structures