Construction industries are big contributors to resource consumption and CO2 emissions. As resource scarcity and global warming are becoming more and more pressing issues for humanity, new demands have arisen. Construction materials now need new, innovative performance features in addition to further improvement of conventional performance characteristics.
The primary objective of ConMat’20 is to create an environment of mutual cooperation and active dialogue among experts, through which significant cross-fertilization of ideas can occur and innovations can be brought about in construction materials. ConMat’20 attempts to build on the successes of the first five conferences in Ottawa, Canada (1997), San Jose, USA (2001), Vancouver, Canada (2005), Nagoya, Japan (2009) and Whistler, Canada (2015). Come and be a part of this unique experience.
ConMat’20, the 6th International Conference on Construction Materials, is calling for papers on the following areas related to Concrete, Wood, Steel, Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRPs) and Masonry: