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Continuous evolving labour market influenced by the present world-wide challenges and crisis is strongly demanding for adequately qualified work force and innovative solutions competing for market success.

Research and innovation in constructions’ related fields requires enhancing four dimensions of the transversal skills and competences: digital, green, resilience, and entrepreneurial skills.

Computational Civil Engineering (CCE) 2023 is dedicated to the research outputs feeding high quality education and training, fostering collaboration and cooperation among research groups with wide scientific interests, on the relevant topics recently endorsed by European Project calls within the 2021-2027 budgeted actions.

Topics in construction related fields

  • Computer-Aided Design and Engineering
  • Computational Methods in Civil Engineering
  • Numerical Analysis of Civil Engineering Structures
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Artificial Intelligence in Civil Engineering
  • Digital Technologies
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Structural Topology Optimisation and 3D Printing
  • Greening Future in Civil Engineering
  • Power and Energy Systems for Civil Engineering

Traditionally, CCE has been mainly organized, by the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Building Services of Iasi Iasi and “Matei Teiu-Botez” Academic Society in the previous editions. Recent joint research work started with the contribution of various Faculties of “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iași (TUIASI) and thus beginning with CCE 2023 will be jointly organized by TUIASI and “Gheorghe Asachi” University Foundation. The conference is organized once every 2 years since 2015, with physical attendance in the beautiful city of Iasi with the venue in the historical building designed by Gustave Eiffel in the early XXth century Grand Hotel Traian.

The papers will be published in
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
They will be sent for indexing in Scopus, EI Compendex, Inspec, CPC-I.

Continuous evolving labour market influenced by the present world-wide challenges and crisis is strongly demanding for adequately qualified work force and innovative solutions competing for market success.

Research and innovation in constructions’ related fields requires enhancing four dimensions of the transversal skills and competences: digital, green, resilience, and entrepreneurial skills.