INCITE/ITCSED 2006 World Conference on IT in Design and Construction

New Delhi, India
2006/11/15 - 2006/11/17

Glasgow Caledonian University, UK is organising the World Conference on IT in Design & Construction. Co-organisers of the Conference are the Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) of India and Hong Kong Polytechnic University and University of Salford, UK. This Conference is a unique combination of INCITE, last held in 2004 in Malaysia and ITCSED, last held in 1996 in UK. This Conference aims to maintain, and also to build upon the success of the INCITE 2004 & ITCSED, 1996 with an intended focus on the innovative and technological aspects of project management and design. We are inviting the President of India to inauguarate the Conference. The Conference will bring together the World’s leading fi gures in the fi elds of application of IT in Construction and cutting edge ideas in Design relating to IT in Civil and Structural Engineering Design. The objective is to review the existing status and refi ne the roadmap for the future. This would help major related companies and organisations to plan their product orientation and investment policies going forward. At the same time, the dissemination and deliberation on details of recent developments would make available to the companies, methodologies and concepts recently developed or refi ned in these fi elds. Themes of the Conference The management of construction projects requires knowledge of modern management as well as appreciation for the innovative role of IT. Each stage requires different expertise and technologies that need to be integrated towards a positive outcome. The Themes of INCITE/ITCSED 2006 have been designed to encompass, as far as possible, this wide and complex spectrum involved with implementing projects from preconception to the end of the project life.


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