About ICSBS Past Conferences

About ICSBS Past Conferences

ICSBS 2019

The ICSBS 2019 is organized by the Department of Civil Engineering at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), the Institute of Sustainable Materials and Environment (ISME) at XJTLU, the University of Hong Kong (HKU), and the Chinese Research Institute of Construction Management (CRIOCM). This conference will take place on the South Campus of XJTLU, in Suzhou (China) during 25-27 October, 2019.

The conference aims to bring together scientists and engineers from related disciplines to present and share the latest research outcomes and engineering practices towards the development of sustainable buildings and structures. Shared research outcomes and project experiences shall help with the future implementation of sustainable building and structures. The theme of ICSBS 2019 is ‘Building a Sustainable Tomorrow’.

Please Find out more information about former ICSBS 2019 at: https://www.xjtlu.edu.cn/en/conference/icsbs2019/

ICSBS 2019 Proceedingshttps://doi.org/10.1201/9781003000716


ICSBS 2015

The 1stInternational Conference on Sustainable Building and Structures (ICSBS 2015), is inviting authors to submit original contributions in the sustainability and structural research areas. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:


  • Structural application of advanced constructional materials, such as high strength steel, high performance concrete, high performance fiber reinforced composites, etc.;
  • Structural applications of natural materials, such as timber, bamboo, and natural fibers, etc.;
  • Experimental and analytical investigation of the structural behavior of innovative buildings or structures;
  • Hazards mitigation investigation of seismic resistance, fire resistance, or hurricane resistance of buildings and structures;-Destructive and non-destructive evaluation of existing buildings and structures for the purpose of sustainability assessment.


  • Sustainable building designs and optimization using advanced computational technologies;
  • Integrated design methods using Building Information Modeling (BIM) techniques;
  • Structural health monitoring technologies;
  • Life cycle assessment of buildings and structures;
  • Smart buildings designed to minimize their environmental impacts and energy consumption.

ICSBS 2015 Proceedingshttps://doi.org/10.1201/b19239