21st International Conference on Building Materials "ibausil" | 13-15 September 2023 | Weimar, Germany
We kindly invite you to 21st ibausil in Weimar, Germany. You may find all necessary information on this website.
By establishing the International Conference on Building Materials ibausil in 1964, an international forum for the exchange of scientific views was created. One aim of the conference has always been to bring together science and building practice in Europe’s geographical centre. Next year’s edition, 21st ibausil, will continue this tradition.
As in the previous years, the main emphasis of the lectures is put on challenges of developing and applying building materials, accompanied by an exhibition of products and technologies. The cultural programme of the conference will provide professional excursions as well as a welcome dinner.
In 1999, Weimar was crowned as Europe’s City of Culture. The city and ist surroundings are famous for many sights and attractions. Weimar’s cultural heritage and contemporary art create an incomparable and unique flair for all participants of the conference. We guarantee you a pleasant and worthwhile stay in our hometown in September 2023.
Conference languages are German and English. Simultaneous interpreting from German to English and vice versa will be provided in the main auditorium, not in the other lecture halls.
Submission of Papers
Please find the Call for Papers Flyer here.
Authors are invited to submit an abstract by solely using this form until 1 November 2022.
Each researcher should submit only one paper, but co-authorship on other papers is possible and welcome. The conference committee will decide on the acceptance of the submissions and will notify the authors by 31 January 2023. Full papers need to be submitted by 30 April 2023.
This year, the conference proceedings will be published digitally by a renowned scientific publisher, which allows DOI citations. In terms of sustainability there will be no printed version of the submissions.
Detailed information will be made available in 2023.
You may register for 21ibausil here in due time.
More information to be published along with the registration link.
The conference committee will compile the sessions in the lecture halls after all submissions will have been made. You may find the full programme here in February 2023.
The main topics of the conference are structured according to materials. Methodologically-oriented contributions (production engineering, ecology, quality assurance, test methods and processings, structural condition assessment, effects of admixtures) should therefore be classified according to application. Same applies for contributions that deal with construction or revitalisation of buildings or preservation of historical monuments.
1 Inorganic binders
Types and properties of cement
Hydration of cement
Effects of additives
Calcium sulphate binder and gypsum building materials
Special binders for defined application
Alternative and low CO₂ binders
Carbon capture, storage and use
2 Concrete and durability of concrete
Concretes and aggregates
High performance and ultra high performance concrete
Self-compacting concrete and rheology
Concrete with non-metallic reinforcement
Concrete for road contruction
Polymer-modified systems and concretes
Sulphate attack, thaumasite formation, ettringite formation
Reinforcement in concrete, impacts of chloride, carbonization
Frost attack, de-icing salt attack and other exposures
3 Functionalisation of building materials
Sensors and actuators
Detection and localisation of damages
Encapsulation of ingredients and strategies to open capsules
Pollutant binding, air pollution control
Micro structuring, noise reduction
Improving energy efficiency and climate control
4 Wall, ceiling and ground building materials
Natural stone and masonry
Lightweight and aerated concrete
C-S-H insulation materials
Plaster, masonry and screed mortar
Adhesives and fillers
Rehabilitation materials and methods
Dismantling and crushing
Processing, separation and sorting
Recycled building materials
Utilisation cycles, Urban Mining