International Conference on Documentation, Conservation and Reuse of Architectural Heritage 
"La Cultura del Restauro e della Valorizzazione. Temi e Problemi per un Percorso Internazionale di Conoscenza"
1st Event: Spain, 20, 21 & 22 of june of 2013. School of Architecture of Madrid. Polytechnic University of Madrid
2nd Event: Italy,  2014. 
Università degli Studi di Firenze. Dipartimento di Architettura

 
 
ABSTRACTS:

It should specify: author (s), institution(s), title and abstract of no more than 1200 characters including spaces, clearly explaining the content of the proposed paper and it must be send to email address inforeuso@gmail.com

Format for submitting abstracts [click here]
Example mounted in pdf format  
[click here]

ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION:

Until February 10, 2013

Until February 18, 2013

ACCEPTANCE OF ABSTRACTS AFTER THE DOUBLE BLIND PEER REVIEW(*):

February 28, 2013


PAPERS:


Accepted papers will be published in the conference book format.

The number of accepted papers and plenary sessions will be approximately 80. So, in order to maintain uniformity of the Proceedings Authors are asked to follow the guidelines described here. The publication of the proceedings before the conference will be printed and distributed to the participants at the time.

Therefore, it is important to download and read these guidelines carefully and comply with them.

The full papers must be no more than six pages and should be adjusted to the official format.

Format for sending communications [click here]



(*)DOUBLE BLIND PEER REVIEW:

The contributions and the publication of the Conference  will be evaluated by experts in documentation, preservation and reuse of historic buildings.

The sources and information that will be part of each work will be verified by the Review Committee. The Review Committee will be selected by the Scientific Committee of the Conference selecting credentialed experts in each fields. This process has been chosen to encourage authors to meet the accepted standards within the scientific community and to prevent the publication of irrelevant results or misinterpretations.