Abstracts submission closed
Almost 90 papers have been submitted at this stage; the SBE21 Heritage Team warmly thanks the authors. In the next few weeks our reviewers will evaluate the abstracts received. All contributors will be notified about the outcome of the evaluation by email by the end of the month. The authors of the accepted abstracts will be invited to submit the full paper by the 15th of January 2021 (extended deadline).
A detailed programme of the conference will be released in November 2020.
Conference proceedings and collaboration with partner journal Heritage
SBE21 Heritage proceedings will be published with IOP Publishing and indexed in Scopus. The authors of the best papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to the special issue of the open-access MDPI journal Heritage, dedicated to energy efficiency in historic buildings. The selected authors will receive an invitation letter containing instructions for submission. Each manuscript will be reviewed according to the journal policy.
Announcing the Scientific Committee
Highly qualified experts from all over Europe have been selected to review the scientific contributions submitted to SBE21 Heritage. The Scientific Committee will guarantee the quality and geographic coverage of the contributions.
Visit Bolzano: a crossroads between cultures at the heart of the Dolomites
Often referred to as “The Gateway to the Dolomites”, Bolzano (also known as Bozen in German) is a small, yet cosmopolitan city. Its unique history and location make it the perfect destination to explore the Alpine region. Take a walk through Bolzano’s charming streets and have a taste of both Italian and Germanic cultures. Enjoy the breath-taking landscapes of South Tyrol, one of the “hidden gems of Europe”, and let yourself be mesmerized by striking castles, sun-kissed vineyards, crystal-clear lakes and of course the Dolomites mountains, acclaimed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
How to get to Bolzano and other useful information
The European Region Tyrol – South Tyrol – Trentino granted its patronage to the conference.