25-27 November 2020
Moscow, Russia
Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering. TPACEE 2020
Conference Organizer:
IMPORTANT DATES
15 September 2020 Paper submission
25 October 2020 Notification
of acceptance
10 November 2020 Registration
of participants
25-27 November 2020 Conference
dates
About TPACEE

International Scientific Conference TOPICAL PROBLEMS OF GREEN ARCHITECTURE, CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING — TPACEE 2020 is an annual international scientific conference organized by Russian construction universities. This year, Moscow Region State University will host the participants of the conference.

Traditionally, the conference brings together scientists from more than 10 countries of the world and is a platform for discussing the main problems in the field of Civil and Environmental engineering, Green Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design. Industry experts and representatives of government agencies will discuss innovative and applied methods in sustainable urban development, sustainable energy technologies, green architecture, and environmental issues. The conference is intended to support the development of the renewable energy industry. Russia is a northern country with huge reserves of fossil energy resources. Nevertheless, the organizers and ideological inspirers of the conference considered it necessary to unite the efforts of Russian and foreign scientists to develop projects in the field of development of Renewable Energy Sources.
As long as the capabilities of Energy savings are not exhausted, it is difficult to talk about the economic feasibility of using renewable energy technologies in northern countries. Therefore, Energy Efficiency is the second main theme of our conference.

Workshop “Environmental engineering” will bring together leading Russian and foreign specialists in the fields of water resource management, waste management, and air pollution management. Workshop “Environmental management and economics” will discuss the economic effects of environmental policies at the local and regional levels, including the analysis of costs and benefits associated with the implementation of various environmental policies related to air pollution, water quality, toxic emissions, solid waste management and storage, and global warming.

We invite all interested persons to participate in the conference as listeners. And we draw the attention of the conference speakers that only presentations of the reports of the original research type performing results of original studies are accepted.


Conference History

E3S Web of Conferences, Volume 91 (2019)
https://www.e3s-conferences.org/articles/e3sconf/abs/2019/17/contents/contents.html

E3S Web of Conferences, Volume 164 (2020)

https://www.e3s-conferences.org/articles/e3sconf/abs/2020/24/contents/contents.html

Yours sincerely,
  Aleksandr Zheltenkov & Angela Mottaeva (Guest Editors)
E-mail: tpacee@mail.ru
E-mail: angela.mottaeva@bk.ru

PUBLICATION

Papers which are prepared for publishing should be original research manuscripts, never published before and not under consideration for publication in any other conference proceeding (journal etc.). All papers are supposed to present novel research results of international interest. Papers need to be related to the main topic of the conference and conference topic fields. We publish papers written in good English only. All papers are reviewed by a native speaker. All papers are thoroughly checked for plagiarism. Acceptable minimum of originality is 90%. All papers should be not less than 6 pages (recommended 8-12 pages). At least one author of each article should attend to the conference. A maximum of two articles per author is accepted. The conference language and the paper language is English. Make sure that all text elements, formulas, tables, signs and inscriptions in figures are in English. The Greek alphabet is valid only in formulas. All references mentioned in the Reference List are cited in the text, and vice versa. References can only be linked via Crossref if they are correct and complete. The manuscript must be in DOC (or DOCX) file. Make sure that your paper in MS Word is in strict accordance to the author’s template (download). The manuscript should follow the IMRAD format

Upload your paper (in MS Word) in strict accordance to the author’s template at easychair.org by using your username and password and follow this link:
Proceedings of the conference is indexed in:
— SCOPUS
— Conference Proceedings Citation Index (Web of Science)

Participation (Publication of one adopted paper 6 – 12 pages long) – €180

EXHIBITION

The exhibition of the scientific and technical achievements, literature and advertising prospectuses is organized during the Symposium.

TECHNICAL TOUR

Programme of technical tours will be available later

speakers of the symposium
YURI ALTUDOV
DSc., Prof. Rector of the Kabardino-Balkarian State University named after H. M. Berbekov
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VLADIMIR MINKIN
DSc., Prof. Corr. Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences since 1990, Full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences since Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry
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NIKOLAI VATIN
DSc., Prof. Chief scientific editor of «Magazine of Civil Engineering» (Scopus, WoS)
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MIKHAIL ZALIKHANOV

DSc., Prof. Full member of Russian Academy of Sciences

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PETR IVANOV
DSc., Prof. Chairman of the Kabardino-Balkarian Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (KBSC RAS), Director of the Institute of Informatics and Regional Management Problems of KBSC RAS
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IURII TABUNSCHIKOV

DSc., prof. Corr. member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, Honorary Member of the International Ecoenergetic Academy of Azerbaijan, ASHRAE fellow member, REHVA fellow member, corr. member of VDI, member of ISIAQ Academy, Winner of the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize as a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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CALL FOR PAPER
We are welcoming all the works associated with but not limited to the following issues:
Workshop 1
Environmental engineering

We are welcoming all the works associated with but not limited to the following issues:

  • The environmental problems directly related to energy production and consumption
  • Water resource management and water quality (sustainable freshwater systems, optimizing the use of water and integrated water resource management, regulatory of the chemical, physical, radiological, and biological characteristics of water resources, identifying and categorizing water pollutants, acceptable pollutant concentrations in water resources, limiting pollutant discharges from effluent sources, sewage treatment and disposal, industrial and agricultural waste water management, control of surface runoff from construction sites and urban environments.
  • Waste management (transport, treatment, storage, and disposal practices of all manner of waste, including municipal solid waste, hazardous waste, and nuclear waste, identifying and categorizing waste types)
  • Environmental restoration
  • Air pollution management and control and other
Workshop 2:
Renewable Energy

We are welcoming all the works associated with but not limited to the following issues:

  • PV Systems (Design and Installation, operation and maintenance of PV Systems, PV products for buildings, Grid and Energy System Integration, Grid management, Technologies and simulation for short-term and seasonal storage, PV Strategies and Policies, PV in integrated energy system, mass storage, PV for achieving global sustainable development goals and other)
  • Solar Thermal Energy (Solar Thermal Power Plants, Solar Thermal Collectors, Solar resource assessment, measurements and monitoring, and other)
  • Hydropower (Small hydro for local community and industry, Small hydro for contribute to distributed generation in a regional electricity grid, Small hydro projects for isolated areas, Hydropower and the Environment, and other)
  • Biomass (Wood and Wood Waste, Waste-to-Energy (MSW), Landfill Gas and Biogas, Biomass & the Environment, and other)
  • Biofuels (Ethanol and Biodiesel for Transportation Facilities, Biofuels and the Environment)
  • Wind (Horizontal-axis turbines, Vertical-axis turbines, Small wind turbines, Wind power plants, Wind Energy and the Environment, and other)
  • Geothermal (Direct use and district heating systems, Geothermal power plants, Dry steam plants, Flash steam plants, Binary cycle power plants, and other)
  • Wave power, Tidal power
Workshop 3:
Building Energy Modeling, Building Physics and HVAC

We are welcoming all the works associated with but not limited to the following issues:

  • Building Energy Modeling,
  • Building Physics (Operational energy and the building’s thermal mass, Moisture transport and safety, Air-tightness and air movement, Indoor climate, Energy Efficiency in Buildings,
  • Building Management Systems, Modelling and Simulation, Sensors and Controls
    Energy Standards, Building Performance Simulation (BPS), Building Automation Systems (BAS)
    Buildings-to-Grid Integration
  • Software GAEA, AWADUKT Thermo, EnergyPlus, L-EWTSim, WKM, and others
  • HVAC & R (Individual HVAC systems, HVAC on a district network, Heat pump HVAC systems, Heat sources for a heat pump and sinks)
  • Heating (Generation and Distribution, solar-powered heat sources,  Solid fuels, Liquid fuels, Natural gas, District heating system, Local geothermal heat, Water heating, hydronic systems)
  • Heat pump (Reversible heat pumps, Vapor-compression refrigeration system (VCRS), Gas compressors, Compression heat pumps, Absorption heat pumps, Air-source heat pumps (ASHP), Air–air heat pump, Air–water heat pump, Protection from noise pollution, thermal storage solutions in conjunction with ASHPs, ASHPs with passive solar heating, Heat pumps with backup systems
  • Ground-coupled heat exchanger, direct exchange (DX) ground source heat pump, Liquid-to-air heat pump (water-to-air), Gground source heat pump (GSHP), Seasonal thermal energy storage and interseasonal heat transfer,
  • Heating energy, Methods of controlling building heating, Air conditioning, Free cooling, Packaged systems and split systems
  • Ventilation. (Mechanical/forced and natural types, hybrid ventilation, Natural ventilation strategies. Wind driven ventilation, Buoyancy-driven ventilation, Ventilation energy recovery, Economizers, Ventilation rate standards, Design of naturally ventilated buildings, Mechanical ventilation strategies. Demand-controlled ventilation (DCV), Personalized ventilation
  • Air conditioning, Air conditioning energy and other
Workshop 4:
Green Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design

We are welcoming all the works associated with but not limited to the following issues:

  • Green architecture
  • Climate change and climate adaptation of buildings,
  • Smart facades, Sustainable building envelope systems, Building materials,
  • Passive, low energy, Zero and Plus-energy buildings, Zero emission buildings, 
  • Sustainable urban design, Modeling and planning in sustainable urban development
  • Sustainable energy technologies for megacities and other
Workshop 5:
Environmental management and economics

We are welcoming all the works associated with but not limited to the following issues:

  • Environmental planning and management
  • Environmental law (Air quality laws, Water quality laws, Waste management laws, Environmental cleanup laws, pollution control laws, Chemical safety laws)
  • rules for emergency response, liability allocation, site assessment, remedial investigation, feasibility studies, remedial action, post-remedial monitoring, emergency response  
  • Environmental Economics, Low-carbon economy, Energy economics related to the environment, Green economy, Green accounting
  • Renewable energy commercialization
  • Environmental finance, Environmental enterprise, Fiscal environmentalism, Environmental finance, Environmental policy studies and other
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
Conference chairman
Mikhail Zalikhanov
Full member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Honorary Professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University
Scientific committee:
1Vladimir AndreevDSc, Prof., Academician of RAACS, Head of Department of Strength of Materials. Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russiaasv@mgsu.ru
2Vitaliy SergeevD.Sc., prof., Vice-rector for research Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Russiavitaly.sergeev@spbstu.ru
3Viktor PukhkalDr.Sci., prof. Head of the Department of Heat and Gas supply and Ventilation, Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering pva1111@rambler.ru
4Askar ZhusupbekovPresident of Kazakhstan Geotechnical Society, Director of the Geotechnical Institute at the L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstanastana-geostroi@mail.ru
5Kamada TeruakiDr. prof., Director of the Civil Engineering Research Institute for Cold Region (CERI)info@ceri.go.jp
6Aleksander SzkarowskiHead of the Construction Networks and Systems Division Department of Civil&Environmental Engineering and Geodesy, Koszalin University of Technology, Koszalin , Polandszkarowski@wp.pl
7Vera MurgulPeter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia vera.murgul@mail.ru
8Yury TabunschikovChief Editor of the journals «Ventilation, heating, air conditioning, heat supply and building thermal physics» Member of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate, Member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)ua.tabunschikov@markhi.ru
9Angela MottaevaD.Sc, Prof. Moscow State University of Civil Engineeringmottaeva.angela@mail.ru
10Zhao MaocaiDr., prof. of Harbin Institute of Technology, Chinamaocai@mail.ru
11Tatsuya IshikawaDr., prof. of Hokkaido University, Japant-ishika@eng.hokudai.ac.jp
12Andreas LoizosDr., prof. of National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Pavement Engineering, Greecealoizos@central.ntua.gr
13Nikolai VatinPeter the Great St.Petersburg Polythechnic University, Chief scientific editor of «Magazine of Civil Engineering»vatin@mail.ru
14Dietmar WiegandDr., prof. Vienna University of Technology, Austriadietmar.wiegand@tuwien.ac.at
15Jerry HarrallRoyal Institute of British Architects (UK)jerry@drharrall.com
16I. I. SakharovDr., prof. of SPBGASU, St. Petersburg, Russiageotechnica@spbgasu.ru
17Jacek KawalecDr., prof., Tensar, Polandweb@tensarcorp.com
18S.YasudaDr., prof. of Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, Japanyasuda@g.dendai.ac.jp
19Stjepan LakušićDr., prof. of University of Zagreb Faculty of Civil Engineering (FCE), Croatiaured_dekana@grad.hr
20R.A. MangushevDr., prof. of SPBGASU, St. Petersburg, Russianpk-cgt@yandex.ru
21V. M. UlitzkyDr. prof. of St. Petersburg State Transport University, Russiadou@pgups.edu
22Zdenka PopovicD.Sc., prof., Head of Department of Roads, Airports and Railways, Belgrade University of Belgrade, Serbiapopovic_zdenka@yahoo.com
23Milorad Jovanovski D.Sc., prof., Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedoniajovanovski@gf.ukim.edu.mk
24Slobodan OgnjenovicPhD, prof., Faculty of Civil Engineering, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedoniaognjenovic@gf.ukim.edu.mk
25Sergei KudriavtcevD.Sc., prof. Vice-Rector of Far Eastern State Transport University, Russiaprn@festu.khv.ru
Contact us & Location

Сhairman of the organizing committee
Angela Mottaeva
Tel.: +7 926 203 52 86

Сo-hairman of the organizing committee
Svetlana Ignatieva
E-mail: sunlemonsoul@gmail.com
Tel./Viber/WhatsApp: +351 93 806 56 51

Moscow Region
State University
Radio str., 10-а,
Moskva, 105005
Organizing Committee
Phone Numbers:
+7 926 203 52 86 Angela Mottaeva