WHAT TO SUBMIT
- Cover sheet. Please include a cover sheet with the following information:
- full name and surname;
- title or profession (Professor, Doctor, Architect, Independent Scholar, etc.);
- affiliation (if applicable);
- country of residence;
- title of proposed presentation;
- category of research (see below);
- 5 keywords (refer to the submission guidelines of the Nexus Network Journal for a list of suggested keywords https:// www.nexusjournal.com/for-authors/keyword.html).
- Abstract. Abstracts in English, no more than 1600 words and 2 pages (DIN/A4) of images. The abstract should comprise the following sections: Introduction (ca. 150 words); The Research (ca. 1300 words); Conclusion (ca. 150 words); References (no more than 10).
- Curriculum vitae. BE BRIEF: no more than 1 page, including significant publications.
WHERE TO SUBMIT
Submissions are to be sent via e-mail to the Secretary of the Scientific Committee at this address: email@example.com. This email will become effective 1 November 2022.
WHEN TO SUBMIT
Submissions will be accepted from 1 November 2022 to 29 November 2022. No abstracts will be acknowledged before 1 November or accepted after 29 November, unless an extension of the deadline is specifically announced.
EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE
The new deadline for the submission of abstracts has been imperatively set for December 20, 2022.
CATEGORIES OF RESEARCH
The following categories of research are intended to facilitate the review work of the Scientific Committee. Please indicate the category that you believe best describes your research:
- Design theory: mathematics as a design tool;
- Design analysis: mathematics used to analyse an existing monument or site;
- Geometry: Applications of geometry (descriptive, projective, fractal, etc.) to architecture;
- Topology: Applications of topology to architecture;
- Rule-based Design: Shape grammars; parametric design;
- Representation of architecture: perspective; modelling;
- Structures: architectural engineering application; statics related to form;
- Computer applications: morphogenesis, digital fabrication, virtual reality;
- Didactics: methods, approaches and projects in the classroom, at all levels of education;
- Other (please provide 2 keywords).