Sustainable and Digital Building

Considerable challenges are put nowadays on the improvement of the construction industry efficiency, which has been widely recognised as an industry that exhibits many problems. A big focus is nowadays put on green building throughout its life-cycle, from planning to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and demolition. In addition, the industry is currently making the transition to digital working, creating new opportunities.

Digital transformation of buildings is a key point to achieve the European climate goals, and to reach net-zero carbon buildings by 2050 the building industry needs to search for the optimal performance that relies on the use of sustainable materials, new building processes, such as additive manufacturing, BIM and Digital Twin methodologies.

The Sustainable and Digital Building conference has the objective to create a forum of discussion, covering different topics on this broad area, having the contribution of some experts in the field.

"Digital transformation of buildings is a key point to achieve the European climate goals."


Abstract submission (150-300 words) |  January 31, 2022  NEW DATE: February 28, 2022

Acceptance notification | March 7, 2022

Full paper submission | May 30, 2022

Deadline for early registration | June 30, 2022

Abstracts and papers should be written in English and be submitted through the Easychair - SDB 2022 platform.
The authors will be notified about the evaluation of abstracts and papers done by the Congress Scientific Committee.
The abstracts should contain the scope, objectives, methodology and main results.




Associate Professor, Ph.D., Dipl.-Ing. Construction Engineering and Management 


Director of the Institute for Construction Materials and Full Professor at the Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

We are pleased to advise that the conference proceedings will be published by Springer: “Sustainable and Digital Building - Proceedings of the International Conference, 2022.”

With the support:







Institutional Support