The international conference on Circularity in the Built Environment (CiBEn) aims at becoming a major point of contact between researchers, engineers and practitioners in the area of green and sustainable construction. These topics call for a multi-disciplinary approach involving various research fields and expertise.
To this extent, the Conference on Circularity in the Built Environment intends to provide all participating actors and stakeholders with the opportunity to exchange their ideas and showcases in advance/innovative technologies and methodologies to implement circularity in the European and worldwide construction sector.
Eight main topics embracing all different aspects related to the theme of circularity in the built and environment, and sustainable construction materials will be dealt with.
Among them, CDW Recycling Technologies, Sustainable Construction Materials, Circular Design & Management, Social Circular Economy, Standard Policy and Legislation, to mention a few.
The Conference on Circularity in the Built Environment intends to provide researchers and industry experts with the opportunity to exchange their ideas and showcases in advanced/innovative technologies and methodologies to process and valorize primary and secondary construction materials in the context of circular economy and to facilitate the transition of the construction sector to fully circular economy model.
The Conference on Circularity in the Built Environment location at TU Delft’s Aula Conference Centre is a spacious venue featuring multiple well-equipped rooms for the conference besides open spaces and a restaurant. The venue is also well connected by various means of transport. From all nearby airports and railway stations, trains are available to Delft Station.
Regular bus service from Delft Station and city center to Aula is available. The Aula is also located next to a highway, which runs past all of the campus, and parking is available nearby. The campus is internally well connected by bicycle paths and pedestrian walks, and there are bus routes, which run through the campus during weekdays.