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International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials & Technologies

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On behalf of the SCMT3 committees, and our various institutions and corporate sponsors, it is a great pleasure for us to welcome you all to Kyoto, Japan. This conference, SCMT3, is organized after the previous two conferences held in Coventry, U.K (2007) and Ancona, Italy (2010).

The construction materials industry is a major user of the natural resources. While enormous progress has been made towards sustainability, the scope and opportunities for further improvements are significant. The focus of this conference series is to highlight researches and developments mainly on durability and longevity of construction materials by new and innovative ways.

The previous two conferences were attended by government officials, engineers from government and private industry, engineering faculty and students, materials suppliers, construction companies, and others. While the conference highlighted current practice and research in sustainable construction materials, it also showed that more research and implementation work remains to be done in this area. The main aim of this third international conference is to continue this technologies transfer effort.

Chair Prof. Dr. Toyo Miyagawa, Kyoto University

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Toyoaki MIYAGAWA is a professor in the Department of Civil & Earth Resources Engineering at Kyoto University. He received his BS, MS and Doctor of Engineering Degree from Kyoto University. His research interests include performance over time, diagnosis, prognosis sustainability and rehabilitation of concrete structures. He is a member of JSCE, JCI, JSMS, RILEM, fib and ACI. He made many keynote presentations for International Conference (CONMAT, ICDCS, and so on).

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Peter Claisse graduated in Physics from Oxford University and then spent 9 years working as a Civil Engineer on major UK construction sites before obtaining a PhD in Civil Engineering at Leeds University. This was followed by 3 years at AEA Technology Harwell laboratory working on Nuclear waste containment. He is a Professor of Construction Materials at Coventry University with research interests in transport processes in concrete and the use of secondary materials in cement. He is a Fellow of the ICE and a member of the ACI.
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Tarun R. Naiki is Professor Emeritus at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. His research interests are Global Climate Change Issues, Sustainable Developments, Recycling and Waste Minimization, Construction Materials Testing and Evaluation, Concrete and Timber Design and Testing, and Evaluation of Structures.
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Shigeyoshi Nagataki is Professor at Aichi Institute of Technology and Professor Emeritus at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. He is Past President of Japan Concrete Institute (2004-2006), Japan Society of Dam Engineering (2002-2003) and Past Vice President of Japan Society of Civil Engineering (1995-1996), Japan Society of Materials Science (1994-1996) respectively.

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Kenji Sakata is a professor emeritus at Okayama university. He is Past President of Japan Society of Civil Engineering (2010-2011), Japan Concrete Institute (2008-2010) and Japan Society of Dam Engineering (2009-2010), respectively.

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SCMT1
The first SCMT conference was held in Coventry on 11-13 June 2007.
160 delegates attended.
All of the abstracts and the full papers from the special and supplementary volumes are available at:http://www.claisse.info/Proceedings.htm
Click here for the conference brochure:Coventry leaflet.pdf
Click here for the conference website:Coventry University and UWM Center for By-Products Utilization
SCMT2
The Second International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies was conducted by Coventry University and The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Center for By-products Utilization on June 28 - June 30, 2010 at the Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy. 375 abstracts were submitted. The papers were reviewed by about 40 members of the technical committee and over 270 were accepted. Over 270 delegates from 45 countries registered and over 250 presentations were made in up to six parallel sessions over the three days. Five volumes of proceedings were published and, in addition, all of the papers have been published at
http://www.claisse.info/Proceedings.htm
where they are indexed by Google Scholar.
Click here for the conference brochure:Ancona leaflet.pdf
Click here for the conference website:Coventry University and  UWM Center for By-Products Utilization