November 11th, 2021
Online and Global. From Bandung.
HABITechno5 will be held on November 11th, 2021 in ITB with ‘Adaptive Technology for Resilient Human Settlement’ as the theme.
It responds to the advance of digitalization and globalization of the world which makes problems of achieving sustainable competitiveness, networking, and community in. It aims to critically revisit and rethink the existing and the potential of such development by underlining, as well as proposing solution for sustainable development under conditions of transition in developing countries.
In doing so, the theme promotes wider participation from presenters and audience with wide-range topics from architecture, social, environment, and economic dimensions. To enrich the discourses, the conference invites potential stakeholders in adaptive technology as keynote speakers to induce knowledge exchange between academia and practitioners, both from national and international perspectives.
Call For Paper
As a Presenter, you must submit your abstract at ConfTool. Registration fee is accounted by the number of Papers accepted and the second Author may register as “Observer” on their attendance. The best-accepted submission would be published by an international publisher (to be announced).
Abstract Submission Deadline
Extended Abstract Submission Deadline
Presentation Submission Deadline
Full Paper Submission
This topic refers mainly to projects and experiences related to the adaptive technologies for resilient human settlement, such as:
- smart building and city, green building
- building performance, renewable material, local material
- post disaster construction
- industrialization and modular
- digital technology, internet of things, extended reality
- building information modeling
- disaster mitigation
- climate change, energy conservation, biomass, green infrastructure, etc.
Resilient Human Settlement
In the current human settlement context, people and their environment are highly connected and dependent on technological, spatial, and economic aspects. The human factor in this topic will be focusing on-facing serious challenges in order to create resilient human settlement, for example:
- livable, attachment, behavior, urban culture,
- policy development, regulation,
- local indigenous,
- post pandemic era,
- economic recovery, etc.