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7th InternationalMasonry Conference
30/31 October 1 November 2006
The Institution of Civil EngineersOne Great George Street, Westminster,LONDON
Announcement and Call for Papers
The BMS International Masonry Conference was established as part of the International Calendar of masonry conferences and attracts papers and participants from the masonry countries of the world.
Previous conferences have been held in 1986,1989, 1992, 1995, 1998 and 2002 under the BMS banner and follow British Ceramic Society Conferences held from 1964 to 1983.
Call for Papers
This is your opportunity to report on original work you have done; the papers will be refereed and issued in Proceedings to be available at the Conference.
Please register your interest either by completing and mailing the form below to the Secretary, or emailing the Secretary, email@example.com giving details of paper(s) that you hope to present.
Original Papers are invited on the following subjects:
New codes and regulations Masonry restoration, repair, rehabilitation and refurbishment Masonry and the environment Innovative masonry Earthquake resistance Upgrading masonry for earthquake loading Masonry construction and practice Masonry properties and performance eg. thermal, acoustic, fire resistance to chemicals, durability Architectural masonry Civil engineering applications of masonry Masonry research and testing Quality assurance of masonry Masonry training/education Case studies
ABSTRACTS: (Title and 150-200 words 31 October 2005 preferably by email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
ACCEPTANCE OF ABSTRACT 31 January 2006
SUBMISSION OF PAPER 30 April 2006
Acceptance of paper, including Revisions required by referees 31 July 2006
Papers will be required to be submitted in electronic form (including figures) to a style and format that will be notified to authors whose Abstracts have been accepted. Papers will be included in the Proceedings only if at least one of the authors registers for the Conference.
The Institution of Civil EngineersWestminster
The venue is home to the Institution of Civil Engineers. Built between 1910 and 1913, the exterior, foyer and grand staircase are constructed of Portland stone.Situated in Westminster, it is surrounded by some of Londons best known landmarks The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and St Jamess Park, and near to Westminster Bridge and the River Thames.Transport links are close by, with Westminster underground station just two minutes walk away and St Jamess Park underground station only five minutes away, giving easy access to mainline railway stations.
Registration of interest, please return as soon as possible to Dr K Fisher British Masonry Society, Shermanbury, 6 Church Road, WHYTELEAFE, Surrey, CR3 0AR, UK
I would like to be kept informed about the arrangements for the Conference on 30/31 October- 1 November 2006
I hope to attend the Conference on 30/31October-1 November and would be accompanied by
I would like to present a paper/papers on the following subject(s); I enclose an abstract(s)
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