The Seventh International Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering
Nowadays, people have realized the importance of creating a sustainable society to avoid or alleviate problems like climate change, environmental pollution or economic crisis. Therefore, the life-cycle thinking of civil engineering is discussed more and more frequently.
Civil engineering is mainly focused on design and construction during the past days, but contemporary society needs civil engineering to pay attention to more aspects, such as inspection, monitoring, repair, maintenance and optimal management of structures and infrastructures, in order to effectively manage the function of these structures throughout their lifetime. Considering these needs, the objective of the International Association for Life-Cycle Civil Engineering (IALCCE) is to promote international cooperation in this field of expertise to enhance the welfare of society. Its mission is to become the premier international organization for the advancement of the life-cycle civil engineering.
Previous editions of the bi-annual IALCCE symposium took place in Varenna, Lake Como (2008), Taipei (2010), Vienna (2012), Tokyo (2014), Delft (2016) and Ghent (2018). The Seventh International Symposium on Life Cycle Civil Engineering (IALCCE 2020) will be organized on behalf of IALCCE under the auspices of Tongji University on October 27-30, 2020.
All major aspects of life-cycle engineering are addressed, with special focus on structural damage processes, life-cycle design, inspection, monitoring, assessment, maintenance and rehabilitation, life-cycle cost of structures and infrastructures, life-cycle performance of special structures, and life-cycle oriented computational tools.
We are looking forward to welcome all of you to participate IALCCE 2020 Online Symposium!
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Tongji University is one of the leading universities in China under direct administration of Ministry of Education. With a history of over a century, Tongji has valued the balanced development of four functions, i.e. education, research, outreach, and culture inheritance and innovation. The university now covers 10 broad categories of academic disciplines, including engineering, science, medicine, management, economics and so on.
The College of Civil Engineering consists of The Department of Structural Engineering, the Department of Geotechnical Engineering, The Department of Bridge Engineering, Research Institute of Structural Engineering and Disaster Prevention and the Department of Hydraulic Engineering.
The College boasts first class facilities for its State Key Laboratory of Disaster Prevention in Civil Engineering and for other laboratories. The Boundary Layer Wing Tunnel Laboratory and Shaking Table Laboratory, which has been at an internationally leading edge in terms of the scale of facilities and technology, have undertaken a number of major research projects.