ICEC 2012 - ICEC 8th World Congress
Website www.icec2012.org.za |
Category ICEC 2012
Deadline: June 23, 2012 | Date: June 23, 2012-June 27, 2012
Venue/Country: Durban, South Korea
Updated: 2011-12-02 19:44:59 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPWe look forward to welcoming you to the forthcoming ICEC 8th World Congress held in South Africa during June 2012. The host city is Durban, situated in the KwaZulu-Natal Province - a seaside resort known as the 'holiday playground' of the region.Building on previous successful congresses, the program aims to foster international exchange and friendship in the pursuit of promoting excellence in professional practice within the built environment. You will discover a lively intellectual exchange in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.Meet practitioners from around the world in a 3-day program that will include keynote talks to highlight some of the major developments in our field in recent years, together with poster and small group sessions to foster debate amongst participants.The conference venue, whilst displaying a distinctly African vibe, is one of the most advanced conference facilities in the world. We also hope that our guests take the opportunity to explore the neighboring areas and enjoy the culturally rich society, fascinating local history, and excellent dining and leisure opportunities available. We encourage you to branch out and to visit the awe-inspiring Drakensberg mountain range; a vast selection of sun-washed beaches; brilliant coral reefs of the Indian Ocean; and to feel the excitement of seeing the 'Big 5' in the ultimate wildlife experience - all within a short distance of Durban.So whether old hand or new, we look forward to seeing you at "ICEC 2012'Rob PearlCongress DirectorConference Steering CommitteeRob Pearl, Basie Verster, Deon Vermeulen, Nic Bennett
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