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Call for Papers

The FIDIC-ASPAC Conference for 2015 will be held in Tehran, Iran from 10th to 13th May, 2015.
The FIDIC-ASPAC Annual Conference is the biggest annual networking event for consulting engineers in Asia-Pacific and provides a forum for consulting engineers, government officials, local administrative authorities, funding agencies, contractors, suppliers of construction equipment and materials, investors and other stakeholders in the built-environment from the public and private sectors to share ideas on best practices as well as learn from each other effective ways of dealing.
The main theme of the conference is "Sustainable approaches in emerging markets". Emphasizing the importance of sustainability and its implication in developing countries and emerging markets.
The presentations will be under 5 general sub-themes each having a dedicated panel during the conference:

1. Economic Outlook in ASPAC Region
2. Sustainable procurement in Emerging Markets
3. Green Integrity or how Sustainability and Integrity form the future of CE industry
4. Quality of human resources in Emerging Markets
5. ASPAC YPF Session

All materials submitted for presentation shall be reviewed to ensure that the high standards that have been set by ASPAC in the past are maintained and even surpassed. 

FINAL date for submitting the abstract is 1st March, 2015.
FINAL date for submitting the full article is 30th March, 2015

Notes:

1- No article will be accepted after the deadline.
2- Articles must be submitted in English.
3- Articles shall be submitted in PDF or MS-Word format to the conference secretariat at : aspac@irsce.org

As part of the FIDIC-ASPAC Conference, technical and commercial exhibitions will also be held at the conference venue to provide an excellent opportunity for exhibitors market their products and services, and at the same time afford delegates the opportunity to keep abreast with developments in the market.

Office Address: Apt. 16, No 67, West Taban St., Africa Blvd., Tehran, Iran
Tel: (+98 21) 88871917