Submission deadline:

February 23, 2023

Relevance of Research in Architecture Conference

July 3-5, 2023
UK and Online

This conference is celebrating the 10 years of the life of the journal ArchiDOCT, and is intended for early career researchers, doctoral students, supervisors, and young academics, and is hosted by peer-reviewed, blind refereed, Scopus-Indexed ArchiDOCT – the international journal on doctoral and early-career research, and ARU’s Architecture and Planning team.

The three-day conference in Cambridge and blended online UK, 3rd – 5th July 2023, will allow the opportunity to network with other researchers, and receive advice on publishing in peer-reviewed journals as well as key things to avoid journal rejection, whilst hearing from Keynote Speakers on the future of architectural research.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to publish their works in archiDOCT, the journal published twice a year through Scholastica HQ.

There will also be an online book of proceedings.

The first three best papers submitted will be published in ArchiDOCT and will constitute good practice examples of the three archiDOCT journals following the conference. The next fifteen best papers will be published in the three ArchiDOCT volumes following the conference, after undergoing a second reviewing process, if necessary. Please follow Guidelines for Authors.

The Conference will be addressed by four internationally acclaimed academics:

Prof. Peg Rawes – The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, London, UK
Prof. Dr. Maarten Delbeke – ETH Zurich, CH
Prof. Philip Plowright – Lawrence Tech University, Michigan, USA
Prof. Chris Jarrett – University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA

Extended abstract submission by the 23 February 2023 to present your work at this first international conference.

More information can be found here.


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