17 - 20 SEPTEMBER, 2024, Moscow
II International
Scientific and Practical Symposium
The Future of the Construction industry: Challenges and Development Prospects
When
17 - 20 SEPTEMBER 2024
Where
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering. Moscow, Russia

Important Dates
30/08/2024
Deadline for paper submission
16/09/2024
Program publication
17-20/09/2024
Symposium
Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds
  • 1000+
    Participants
  • 15
    Key speakers
  • 30+
    Scientific sessions
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The main aim of the Conference is to provide the sustainable innovative development of the construction industry, to preserve the continuity of scientific schools, to form a new level of training professional staff, to strengthen scientific and business contacts.

The language of the Conference is English and Russian.

Participation format:
Participants can to make their report in two formats: an oral presentation on the days of the conference (including online presentation) or recording a video presentation.


CONFERENCE ORGANIZER

Moscow State University of Civil Engineering

Address
Yaroslavskoye Shosse, 26, Moscow, Russia

Publication
Selective accepted papers of conference will be published in journal indexed by: Scopus.

Scientific committee

CHAIRPERSON
  • PROF. PAVEL AKIMOV
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, Rector of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
  • DR. VLADIMIR ALEKHIN
    PhD, Associate professor, Head of department, Ural Federal University
  • DR. MOHAMMAD ARIF KAMAL
    PhD, Associate Professor, Aligarh Muslim University, India
  • PROF. ALEXANDER BELOSTOTSKI
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, professor of the Department of Informatics and Applied Mathematics, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • DR. ADIMOOLAM BOOMINATHAN
    PhD, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India
  • PROF. NGUYEN
    VIET ANH
    Director of Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering (IESE), Hanoi University of Civil Engineering, Vietnam
  • DR. ANKIT
    GARG
    PhD, Professor, Shantou University, Shantou, China
  • DR. ANDREY DANILENKO
    PhD, Associate professor, Vice-Rector, Novosibirsk State University of Architecture And Civil Engineering (Sibstrin)
  • PROF. NINA DANILINA
    DSc, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAACS, Head of Department of Urban Planning, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • DR. FARDIN JAFARZDEH
    PhD, Professor, President of the Iran Geotechnical Association, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
  • DR. SERGEY EFIMENKO
    DSc, Vice-Rector, Associate professor, Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building
  • PROF. ASKAR ZHUSSUPBEKOV
    DSc, Professor, Research Professor, Director of the Geotechnical Institute,
    President of the Kazakhstan Geotechnical Association, Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilev Astana, Kazakhstan
  • PROF. ARMEN KAZARYAN
    DSc, Academician of RAACS, Director of Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • DR. VICTOR KALIAKIN
    PhD, Professor Department of Civil Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, United States
  • DR. MAHDI
    KARKUSH
    PhD, Professor, President of the Iraq Geotechnical Association, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
  • PROF. NIKOLAI KARPENKO
    DSc, Professor, Head of the Laboratory "Problems of Strength and Quality in Construction" of the Research Institute of Building Physics of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Building Sciences, Academician of RAACS
  • DR. SERGEY KOVSHAR
    PhD, Associate professor, Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Belarusian National Technical University, Belarus
  • PROF. DMITRY KOZLOV
    DSc, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAACS, Head of the Department of Hydraulics and Hydrotechnical Construction of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • PROF. VITALY KOLCHUNOV
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, Head of Department of unique buildings and structures, The Southwest State University
  • PROF. SERGEY KUZNETSOV
    DSc, Professor, Leading Scientist of Department Wave Dynamics, Institute for Problems in Mechanics
  • PROF. VALENTINA LOGANINA
    DSc, Professor, Head of the Department "Quality Management and Technologies of Construction Production", Penza State University of Architecture and Construction
  • PROF. LEONID LYAKHOVICH
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, professor of the Department of Structural Mechanics, Tomsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • PROF. RASHID MANGUSHEV
    DSc, Professor, Department of Geotechnics, Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • PROF. MIRZIOYD MIRSAIDOV
    DSc, Professor, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Head of Department of Theoretical and Construction Mechanics, Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, Republic of Uzbekistan
  • PROF. ILIZAR MIRSAYAPOV
    DSc, Professor, Head of department foundations, structural dynamics and engineering geology, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering
  • DR. DMITRY
    MONICH
    DSc, Vice-Rector, Associate professor, Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • DR. NGUYEN
    NGOC THANG
    PhD, Associate professor, Dean of faculty of Civil engineering,Thuyloi University, Vietnam
  • DR. ABDULLA OMAROV
    PhD, Associate professor, Department of Civil Engineering, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstan
  • PROF. YURI PANIBRATOV
    DSc, Professor, Honored scientist of the Russian Federation, Academician of RAACS
  • PROF. VLADILEN PETROV
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, professor of the Department of Building Materials, Structures and Technologies, Gagarin State Technical University Yu.A.
  • PROF. YURI PUKHARENKO
    DSc, Professor, Head of department "Technology of building materials and metrology", Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • PROF. ALEXANDER PUSHKAREV
    DSc, Professor, Automobile and road faculty, Department of ground transport and technological machines, Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • PROF. VLADIMIR SIDOROV
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, Head of the Department of Informatics and Applied Mathematics of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • DR. ANDREY STOLBOUSKIN
    DSc, Associate professor, Professor of Department of Engineering Structures, Building Technologies and Materials, Siberian State Industrial University
  • PROF. ASHOT TAMRAZYAN
    DSc, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAACS, Academician of the Russian Engineering Academy, Head of Department of Reinforced Concrete and Stone Structures, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • PROF. VALERIY TELICHENKO
    DSc, Professor, Academician of RAACS, Honorary President of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, First Vice President of RAACS
  • DR. ARMEN
    TER-MARTIROSYAN
    DSc, Vice-Rector, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • PROF. VLADIMIR TRAVUSH
    DSc, Professor, Vice-President of RAACS, Chief Designer, Deputy General Director of JSC "City Design Institute of Residential and Public Buildings", Academician of RAACS
  • PROF. ALEXANDER TUSNIN
    DSc, Professor, Director of Institute Industrial and Civil Engineering, Head of the Department of Metal and Wooden Structures of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
  • DR. DER-WEN
    CHANG
    PhD, Professor, Tamkang University, New Taipei City, Taiwan
  • DR. ALBERTO
    CELANI
    PhD, Research fellow, Department of architecture, built environment and construction engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • PROF. DMITRY SHVIDKOVSKI
    DSc, Professor, President of the RAACS, Rector of the Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy), Academician of RAACS, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts
  • DR. DONG
    SHENG XU
    PhD, Professor, Vice-Dean of School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  • DR. EUN-CHUL
    SHIN
    PhD, Professor, Incheon National University, Incheon, South Korea
  • PROF. MARINA SHITIKOVA
    DSc, Professor, Professor of the Department of Structural and Theoretical Mechanics of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering

Place

Moscow State University of Civil Engineering,
Yaroslavskoe Shosse 26, Russia, Moscow
About MGSU
National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (NRU MGSU) was established in 1921. Before 1993 it was known as Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering named after V.V. Kuibyshev (MISI). It is one of the oldest technical institutes of higher education of the Russian Federation.

In 2010 the University was given the status of «National Research University», equally effectively implementing educational and academic activity on the basis of the principles of integration of science and education. The status of «National Research University» is established by the Government of the Russian Federation for the next 10 years to the results of competitive selection of development programs of universities, aimed at staffing of the priority directions of development of science, technology, equipment, branches of economy, social sphere, development and introduction in manufacture of high technologies, for universities equally effectively implementing the educational programs of the higher professional and postgraduate professional education and performing fundamental-detailed and applied scientific research on a wide range of sciences. At the present moment, MGSU is a leading civil engineering institute of higher education in the Russian Federation. The University comprises 8 big institutes, more than 50 departments, implementing the training of specialists in a wide range of scientific areas. There are 40 specialized scientific laboratories; more than 50 innovative structures are making scientific and venture research in the sphere of design and construction of safe and comfortable buildings, structures and complexes, being an innovative pool of new knowledge in civil engineering. MGSU has 1 branch in the Moscow region in Mytishchi.

In 2022 MGSU is receive a special part of the grant in "Territorial and Sectoral Leadership". Being one of the participants of the "Priority 2030" program since its start last year MGSU currently gets the basic part of the grant.

The "Priority 2030" was launched in 2021 as a federal academic leadership program under the "Science and Universities" national project of the Russian Federation. Its main aim is to form over 100 progressive modern universities, centers of scientific, technological and socio-economic development in Russia by 2030.

Partners

Consortium «Construction and Architecture»
About Moscow
Moscow is the capital of Russia, its political, economic, and cultural centre. This is the most populated city in Russia and Europe. For many people fr om Russia and other countries the capital of Russia is a city of magnificent opportunities.
European Capital
Moscow is very much like any other European capital as far as its infrastructure and lifestyle are concerned, while its people do not differ much from those living in other metropolises, such as London and New York. That is why foreigners find it so easy to adapt to life in Moscow.
City of Events
There's always something going on in Moscow: exhibitions, festivals, performances, excursions, concerts, quests, marathons... You can have a great time in Moscow and you don't have to spend a fortune either: get a bird's-eye view of the city, take a boat ride down Moscow river, descend 65 metres below ground to the Cold War bunker, take drawing or guitar classes, take a tour around Moscow's bars or take part in wine tasting, enjoy roller skating in a park, or visit a maze of mirrors...
This Is One of the Best Cities in the World for Students
Moscow was included in Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) ranking of top world cities for students in 2014 and 2015. Among other things, the experts evaluated how popular the metropolis is among students, how prestigious its universities are, and whether there are opportunities for study.
City of Sports
Moscow can boast of over 9.5 thousand sporting facilities, including over 4,000 gyms. The Russian capital is a frequent host of sporting events: marathons and competitions on a national and international scale. The Sporting City is a major holiday in Moscow, bringing together over 70,000 students from the capital's institutions of higher education. A huge sporting facility is being built in the centre of Moscow to host over 50 so-called sporting sections. Anyone can try their hand at all kinds of sports – from urban mountain biking to sumo wrestling.
City of Parks
Many international tourists are surprised at the number of parks, gardens, and garden squares they find in Moscow. There are over 120 of them here. We are mostly talking about spacious green areas with everything you could possibly need for comfortable recreation, including benches, Wi-Fi, cafes, pathways, sports facilities and much more besides. The parks always host all manner of interesting activities, including festivals, concerts, and special events.
The Most Beautiful Undeground on Earth
The Moscow Metro is not only a convenient way to move around the city, but one of its main sights, a cultural gem, wh ere even guided tours are held. Its stations are decorated with marble, mosaics, and sculptures. Mayakovskaya, Kiyevskaya, Komsomolskaya, and Novoslobodskaya are among the most beautiful of the many stations. Ploschad Revolutsii [Revolution Square] with a sculpture of a frontier guard and a dog is particularly popular among students. Many believe rubbing the dog's nose before an exam brings good luck.
The Largest Library in Europe
The Russian State Library, which contains over 45.5 mln publications and documents in 367 languages, is located in the heart of Moscow, on Vozdvizhenka Street. Here, you will find computers with internet access, electronic document search, and a cafe. Anyone can join the library; you only have to present a passport with a valid visa, translated into Russian.
Multinational City
Social scientists state, that only 2% of Moscow's population of more than 12 mln people, are indigenous residents. Over the last 20 years, three million people migrated to Moscow from other regions of Russia, and the number of foreigners (excluding the CIS countries) who live here on a permanent basis is estimated to top 300,000 people. People from different countries and religions find life very comfortable in Moscow, with its Orthodox churches, synagogues, mosques, Catholic churches, Buddhist centres, and more. No wonder the British newspaper The Independent called this cosmopolitan city the most foreigner-friendly.

Contacts

PHONE
8 (495) 287-49-14 ex.2476
FOR CORRESPONDING
129337, 26, Yaroslavskoye Shosse
Moscow, Russia
E-ADDRESS
science@mgsu.ru
© Organizing Committee of the
International Scientific and Practical Symposium
The Future of the Construction industry: Challenges and Development Prospects