The 2021 ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering (i3CE 2021) is from September 12th to September 14th. Hosted by the University of Florida, the i3CE 2021 conference is at the Embassy Suites Lake Buena Vista South, nearby Walt Disney World.

The theme of this year’s conference is IT for Smart Infrastructure and Communities, featuring sessions on visualization, information modeling and digital twin technology, simulation and process modeling, reality capture technologies (LIDAR, RGB-D, vision), big data and sensing, and numerous other topics.

Further, the i3CE 2021 conference invites scientific contributions from all emerging areas of computing across the architecture-engineering-construction-owner (AECO) industry. i3CE 2021 committees include the University of Florida Local Organizing Committee and The International Scientific Committee.

During the conference, computing themes and topics address the following computing technical areas and computing application contexts:

Computing Technical Areas

  • Visualization (nD,VR, AR)
  • Information modeling and Digital Twin Technology (BIM, BrIM, CIM, GIS)
  • Simulation and process modeling
  • Reality capture technologies (LIDAR, RGB-D, vision)
  • Human-technology frontier, data modeling, and computing
  • Big data, sensing, and machine learning
  • Robotics, automation, and control
  • Ontologies and semantic approaches

Computing Application Contexts

  • Built environment monitoring, control, and analysis
  • Smart and connected health and communities
  • Resilient and sustainable urban and energy systems
  • Information and communication technologies (IoT, crowdsourcing, social networks)
  • Project design, construction, planning, and management
  • Asset and facility management, operation, and maintenance
  • Technology-enriched engineering pedagogy

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