The COVID-19 outbreak has caused massive worldwide disruption, with significant economic, environmental, and social consequences all across the world. As a response to this, most countries take some measures including the closure of industrial operations and the enforcement of lockdown. The symposium of advance of sustainable engineering aims to provide a venue for engineers, researchers, scholars, and policymakers to explore the challenges of and opportunities from the pandemic on civil engineering, mechanical engineering, manufacturing process and engineering materials, and electrical engineering. For civil engineers, they will play a significant part in the recovery since design and construction services will be needed in the future, and they need to develop new construction methods, materials, and technologies in order to build a sustainable and resilient infrastructure. For manufacturers and engineers, they need to start thinking about the long-term change of their operations and adapt to the “new normal” that has emerged because of the epidemic. We welcome all parties to share their research and thoughts in the symposium.
Call for Papers
Authors are requested to submit an abstract to the Organizing Committee by 31 July 2021. The abstract must contain the following section: introduction, aim of the study, method, results, conclusion, and keywords. The abstract must have no longer than 200 words.
[IMPORTANT] To submit an abstract, authors must register first (click here). Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to this site (menu “Submission System” then “Login”). The submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation. The manuscripts (full papers) should be submitted only after the abstracts are accepted. The paper must be submitted before 10 August 2021. Please go to “Submission System” menu then “Login” to submit the full paper. Selected papers will be published in proceedings (Indexed by Scopus/WoS) / RPI Proceedings. The papers should be written in English and must be between 4 to 6 pages.
- Civil Engineering
Water resources and hydraulic structures; Geotechnical engineering and seismic analysis; Structures, structural stability, and optimization; Material development and building construction; and Transportation and pavement.
- Mechanical Engineering
Control and measurements of mechanical systems; Renewable energy; Microscale cooling systems; Refrigeration and air conditioning systems; Bio-mechanical engineering; Internal combustion engines; Numerical methods in fluids flow and heat transfer; Structural and machinery fault diagnosis; and Vibration analysis).
- Manufacturing Process and Engineering Materials
Engineering material and applications; Micromachining and finishing processes.; Joining technologies; Metal forming; Manufacturing process modelling; Advanced manufacturing processes; Micro and nano manufacturing modelling; Analysis and simulation of manufacturing processes; Advanced materials and Additive manufacturing processes.
- Electrical Engineering
Electronics and power electronics, control; Mechatronics, and robotics; Computer and information systems; Power generation, transmission, and distribution; Renewable energy sources and smart grids; Communications, telecommunications, and signal processing; Circuits, sensors, and biomedical systems; and Internet of things.