wcte2018

AGAIN, GOLDEN ERA OF TIMBER

2018 World Conference
on Timber Engineering

Aug. 20-23, 2018 Seoul, Rep. of Korea
Program
Time Aug, 19 (SUN) Aug, 20 (MON) Aug, 21 (TUE) Aug, 22 (WED) Aug, 23 (THU) Aug, 24 (Fri) Aug, 25 (Sat)
8:20   Registration
(08:20-10:00)
Oral Session (08:20-10:00) Oral Session (08:20-10:00) Oral Session (08:20-10:00)    
9:00 Technical
Excursion
Technical
Excursion
10:00 Oral Session (10:00-12:00) Break
(10:00-10:30)
Break
(10:00-10:30)
Closing &
Keynote Lecture
(10:20-12:00)
Keynote Lecture
(10:30-12:00)
Keynote Lecture
(10:30-12:00)
11:00
12:00 Registration
(12:00-18:00)
Lunch
(12:00-13:00)
Lunch
(12:00-13:20)
Lunch
(12:00-13:20)
Lunch
(12:00-13:00)
13:00
Oral Session
(13:00-14:40)
Oral Session
(13:20-15:00)
Oral Session
(13:20-15:00)
Technical
Excursion
(13:00-)
14:00
15:00
Break
Opening &
Keynote Lecture
(15:00-17:00)
poster Session
& Break
(15:00-16:20)
poster Session
& Break
(15:00-16:20)
16:00
Oral Session
(16:20-18:00)
Oral Session
(16:20-18:00)
17:00 Poster Session
(17:00-18:20)
18:00 Ice Breaking
(18:00-20:00)
Welcome Reception
(18:20-20:20)
  Conference Banquet
(18:20-20:20)
     
19:00

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE PROGRAM OUTLINE

Conference technical sessions will address the following topics:

Materials

structural properties, grading, and quality control of wood-based materials

Connections

structural analysis, modeling and design of connections, long-term behavior, fatigue and effects of moisture for connections

Structural Performance

wide range of structural systems, such as heavy timber frame, light-frame, bracing, CLT structures, and various composite systems (timber-concrete, timber-steel, timber-glass, etc), long-term performance, seismic design, and code development for the structural systems

Building Performance and Management

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), acoustics (sound insulation) and fire resistance of building component & system, building`s operation and maintenance technology

Tall Wood Buildings

high-rise wood buildings, structural design, code development, innovative structural systems for multi-story and tall wood building, integrated design and construction for high-rise wood buildings

Environmental Impact and Energy

sustainable and eco-friendly residential environment in wooden buildings, life cycle assessment, energy efficiency, passive and net-zero energy house technologies.

Traditional and Historic Structures

rehabilitation, recycling, and retrofitting of historic buildings and structures, structural behavior monitoring and cultural properties of traditional wood buildings

Educations and Future Trends

teaching and policies for timber engineering, re-emergence of wood as a main building material in contemporary construction, design tools and training, industry strategies to increase and improve wood use in modern constructions

PRESENTER INSTRUCTIONS

Oral Session

Slides format

The projector will be set up for 4:3 display ratio with 1024x768 resolution.

MS Office 2016 will be available for the presentation.

In PowerPoint, the projected text/equation should use at least a 24pt font size (32pt suggested).

Guidelines

Please send your final slides until August 15, 2018 by e-mail. (wcte2018@wcte2018.kr)

· If you use special fonts in your slides, you should send the fonts as well.

Those who do not email the slides beforehand can upload the file on-site at the registration desk on Aug 19, and at the pre-view room (205A) from Aug 20 to 23.

Oral presenters should go to the pre-view room (205A) at least 1 hour before the beginning of your session to test your slides with the projector. The staff members will assist you in uploading the file.

Oral presentations are given 20 minutes, 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A. Since the sessions are packed, this will be strictly enforced.

If you require any assistance during the session, please let the staff member know in advance.

Poster Session

Poster format

Poster stands have a dimension of 1 (width) x 2.3 (height) m.

The poster should use a vertical A0 layout (841 x 1,189mm).

Guidelines

Poster sessions are scheduled as below:

· Aug 20 (MON) 17:00~18:20 (Topic I, IV)

· Aug 21 (TUE) 15:00~16:20 (Topic III, V)

· Aug 22 (WED) 15:00~16:20 (Topic II, VI, VII, VIII)

Posters may be attached to the boards using a stick tape or double-sided tape. Tapes for mounting will be prepared by the Secretariat, but it is recommended to bring your own mounting supplies.

There is no audio-visual equipment for poster presentations.

Posters should be mounted in the morning of your presentation day.

When you mount the poster, please identify the number of your poster in the program and attach the poster to the corresponding stand. Check with the staff members around the venue if you cannot find your poster stand.

After the poster session ends, please remove the poster to leave the space for the next presenter. The remaining posters will be removed and discarded by the staff members.

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