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  • 2017 Intersections Symposium Call for Abstracts

    Intersections Between the Academy and Practice:
    COLLABORATION: TECHNOLOGY . RESEARCH . PRACTICE
    April 26, 2017 | Orlando, FL
    Co-Chairs:


    The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) are pleased to announce a partnership dedicated to the integration of education, research and practice of technologies at the 2017 AIA National Convention in Orlando. This symposium will focus on COLLABORATION. New technology and ways of working are helping to break down barriers between the different players in the construction process. Industry leaders already do a great deal to encourage collaboration among their teams, providing vision, collaboration-conducive work environments, collaboration technology, and by removing obstacles. Collaboration also happens outside the traditional AEC industry, between architects and cognitive scientists, between architects and community organizers, etc.

    CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
    Authors should prepare 500-words abstracts, with up to 3 supporting images, for blind peer review. Prospective papers should address one of these topics:
    Collaboration-Technology
    New technology and ways of working that help to break down barriers between the different players in and outside the construction process.

    Collaboration-Interdisciplinary Research
    The collaborative research produces new knowledge.

    Collaboration-Practice
    That will increase efficiency and revolutions in the industry business model.

    Collaboration-Open

    Educators, Practitioners, Researchers and Students are all encouraged to submit. There will be a limited number of paper presentations. Submissions will be blind peer-reviewed. Select abstracts will be invited to submit a final paper, which must be original, unpublished material (60% new content). The papers of authors who attend the conference will be published in the Symposium Proceedings.


  • Call for Nominations DUE OCTOBER 15: 2016 AIA National Committees

    If you haven’t already seen the announcement, I’m passing along the link with a call for 2016 AIA National Committee nominations, including the Codes & Standards Committee. Ideally, the nomination is supported by the local component president, but you’re also more than welcome to self-nominate. Brief supporting materials are requested.

    http://www.aia.org/practicing/AIAB107031

    Nominations are due Thursday, October 15 by 5:00pm EDT. This is a hard deadline with no exceptions, so please get your nomination(s) in ASAP!

    Please note that the nominations for all AIA National Committees are being processed through this webpage. Even if you have applied in the past, you must apply again through this webpage. Separate nominations are required for each committee to which one applies. Appointments will be made by the end of 2015. Applicants must be Architect or Associate AIA members.

    There are many other opportunities for national service not included here (awards, juries, etc.). For those specific appointments, separate calls for nominations are sent at certain times of the year; we will make sure you are aware of those opportunities as they arise.

    We hope you will consider this opportunity!

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