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Conference 31 May - 2 June 2022 Technical Visit 3-5 June 2022
The ICAAR Organizing Committee still maintains the decision to carry out the 16th International Conference on Alkali Aggregate Reaction in Concrete as a physical event, from May 31st to June 2nd 2022.
The 1st Book of Proceedings of ICAAR 2020-2022, containing the accepted papers of the first two calls, has already been issued by LNEC and published on-line at the conference website (http://icaar2020-2022.lnec.pt/). Access to the book is granted to participants after the payment of a pre-registration of 100 €. This value will be deducted from the conference registration fee. Please note that the pre-registration value is not refundable.
For those who haven’t had the opportunity to submit an abstract to the previous calls or would like to contribute with another manuscript to ICAAR 2020-2022, we are glad to inform that a new call for abstracts is now open. The deadline for abstract submission is July 31st 2021.
The selection of articles for publication in journal special issues devoted to the 16th ICAAR is now completed, the notification of the respective authors will be carried out in September 2021.
If you have any concern regarding ICAAR 2020-2022, please visit the Conference website (http://icaar2020-2022.lnec.pt/) or contact the Conference Secretariat (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The 16th ICAAR will be hosted by Portuguese National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC). We are very honoured to organize this conference and look forward to offer you a high level scientific and technical event related with the concrete AAR phenomena and its structural consequences, as well as an unforgettable experience in Lisboa, the amazing capital of Portugal.
We are preparing a complete programme which will include a first day for meetings (30 May), a 3 days conference with plenary lectures and scientific/technical sessions (31 May - 2 June), and an interesting technical visit (3-5 June) to AAR and AAR/DEF damaged and/or rehabilitated structures (dams and bridges) in the central region of Portugal.
We invite all researchers and engineers to participate in this event and share your valuable experience and achievements.
We look forward to welcoming you in Lisboa!