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International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC)

Churchill College, Cambridge: 8 - 10 July 2019

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Full Paper Submission

Full Paper Submission

For those with accepted abstracts, you can download the Word template for the required format template for full papers below.

  • Papers should be between 6 and 10 pages in length with a 250 word abstract which will also be used for the conference app.
  • Please submit your paper as both a Word and .pdf document through the online submission system, ConfTool, which is now open for paper submissions. NB - to enable the submission of full papers, you will find that your abstract number has changed on ConfTool with the addition of 1 in front (so abstract number 240 is now 1240, for example)

All full papers accepted for the conference will be provided to all conference delegates on a USB and published by the ICE (institution of Civil Engineers) in their Virtual Library. Selected authors will be invited to submit papers to the ICE Journal "Smart Infrastructure and Construction".

The Conference will attract an international audience of academics and practitioners. Presenters will be encouraged to highlight the theoretical insights and practical implications to a multi-disciplinary audience that is attracted to new, transformative ideas.

All authors must have registered their attendance by mid-April for their paper to be included in the final programme and conference proceedings. Note that full registration supports one paper presentation. One author must present the paper at the conference.

See the registration information here.

The deadline for final papers is Tuesday 15 January 2019.


Full Paper Template

Word template


Please ensure you add the document properties to the .pdf version of the paper (see page 13 of the template).



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ICSIC 2019

The 2019 International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC) was held from 8 - 10 July and brought together world-leading academics and practitioners from the fields of infrastructure planning, asset management and sensing. The unique combination of fields and disciplines focused on the power of smarter information and provided opportunities to confront persistent barriers and develop novel, proactive solutions. 

ICSIC 2019 was organised by the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC).

Visit CSIC website