BuiltViz – Visualisation in Built and Rural Environments

12th International Conference Visualisation in Built and Rural Environments

submission portal: https://www.conftool.org/IV-cgiv-2022/
Registration Information: https://iv.csites.fct.unl.pt/at/submission/register/

Call for Papers, Poster, Videos, Industry Case Studies, and Participation

The rapid development of information technologies and the extent to which IT and visualization have become pervasive in architecture and construction, meaning that processes, methods, theories, and critical research themes require study and debate. This conference will address many of these key themes and provide an environment within which discussion can lead to fruitful new ideas and allow participants to engage with peers from across the globe.

The conference aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from the industry and academia and provide them with a platform to report on recent advances and developments in the newly emerging areas of Built Environment Visualisation and Big Data City Analytics.

The conference proceedings will be made available to delegates, and presenters are encouraged to provide whatever supplementary materials which they feel might be of interest to peers, beyond that already in their paper. For example, delegates might wish to provide additional images or movie files.

Papers are welcomed but are not limited to, research in the following areas:

  • Built Environment Information Modelling
    • Visualization as a decision-aid for construction and architectural management
    • 2D, 3D, 4D and nD modelling, simulation and visualization in AEC
    • Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality o Design decision support systems
    • Emergent technologies in collaborative working
    • Facilities management
    • Visualization as a decision-aid for planning
    • Standardization and interoperability in such applications
  • Visual Process-Based Modelling
    • Visualisation of design and construction processes
    • Health, safety and risk management via visualisation
    • Interoperability and standards in AEC
    • Smart buildingsVirtual and augmented reality tools in AEC prototyping
    • Collaborative virtual environments in AEC
    • Visualisation in concurrent engineering
  • Virtual Prototyping & Technology
    • Mobile and ubiquitous environments
    • Perception and expectation of visualisation tools in AEC
    • 3D scanning and virtual site representation
    • IoT & 3D mapping
    • Remote sensing, Lidar, and other automated environmental data capture processes
    • Cognitive and sensory computing in AEC
    • Visual impact assessment
    • Validation of the reliability of judgments in AEC and planning from visual imagery
  • Designing with Machine-& Deep-Learning and AI: Shaping our future cities
    •  Urban planning data evaluation and assessment
    • Smart city data governance and management
    • Data mining and machine learning for smart cities
    • Smart city transportation data and analytics
    • Smart building data evaluation
    • Data modelling and frameworks for smart cities
    • Data-based city environment monitor, analytics, and prediction
    • Smart city open data
    • Build-Tech Futures: Machine- & Deep-Learning and AI
  • Architecture Visualisation
    • 3D modelling and Rendering
    • Visualisation
    • 2D and 3D Animation
    • Video Compositing
    • Visualisation on aesthetic values in architecture and construction
    • Visualisation in architectural product design
    • Landscape & rural environmental visualisation
    • 3D geographic information systems
    • Interactive modeling
    • Education in Architecture Visualization
    • Research Methods in Architecture Visualization

In addition to the publication of conference proceedings by CPS – Conference Publishing Services, selected papers from the conference, after further revisions, will be published in the special issues of the following journals:

    • Automation in Construction (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/automation-inconstruction)
    •  Developments in the Built Environment (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/developments-in-the-built-environment)
    • The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/cities)

Please check the submission procedures on the submission page.

General and Symposium specific enquiries and submissions should be addressed to the Conference Co-ordinator

Symposium enquiries specific should be addressed to:

Dr. Andrew Agapiou
Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK
Email: andrew.agapiou@strath.ac.uk

Prof.  Farzad Khosrow-shahi
Victoria University, Melbourne, AU
Email: farzad.khosrow@vu.edu.au

Prof. Richard Laing
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK

John Counsell
Independent Consultant, UK
Email: john.counsell@gmail.com

Dr. Zora Vrcelj
Victoria University, Melbourne, AU
Email: Zora.Vrcelj@vu.edu.au