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CEC97 London
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AIT, Thailand
CERA Journal
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IAI Nordic
IStructE, UK
TEKES, Finland
U Teesside, UK
VERA, Finland
VTT, Finland

The 2nd International Conference on
Concurrent Engineering
in Construction - CEC99

25-27 August 1999, Espoo, Finland
Organised by: CIB TG33 and VTT
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    • Introduction

      The aim of the conference is to engender Concurrent Engineering thinking and practices within the construction industry. It will provide an international forum for researchers and leading experts from various disciplines to exchange ideas and disseminate information on latest developments in Concurrent Engineering. (See definition of Concurrent Engineering)

      Instructions for Participants

      - Registration [closed]: (a) by email, (b) fill and submit a web form (the form includes payment instructions)
      - Guidelines on: Hotels, travel, how to get to the venue registration etc.

    Conference Themes

    - Foundations and principles of CE
    - Process and enterprise modelling
    - Information management & technologies
    - CE environments
    - Applications and tools
    - Industry case studies and experiences
    - Research projects on CE
    See accepted abstracts

    Venue - Cost - Schedule

    - Venue: VTT main building, Otaniemi, Espoo
    - Participation fee: 420 Euro / person
    - Conference schedule.
    Organising committee:
    M Hannus, VTT, chair
    C Anumba, Lboro
    P Huovila, VTT
    A Kazi, AIT
    L Koskela, VTT
    K Kähkönen, VTT
    M Salonen, VTT

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          International Scientific Committee
    H Adeli, Ohio SU, USA
    C Anumba, Loughborough U, UK
    G Ballard, Berkeley, USA
    B-C Björk, KTH, Swe
    D Bloomfield, BRE, UK
    É Buckley, BIC, Ie
    D Chaudhari, BICC, UK
    G Cooper, U Salford, UK
    T Christiansen, DNV, No
    A-F Cutting-Decelle, U Savoie, Fr
    H El-Bibany, Penn State, USA
    N Evbuomwan, U Newcastle, UK
    T Froese, U Br Columbia, Ca
    R Fruchter, CIFE, Stanford, USA
    F Garas, Taylor Woodrow, UK
    M Hannus, VTT, Fin
    J Laitinen, YIT, Fin
    M Lautanala, TEKES, Fin
    K Law, Stanford, USA
    P Love, U Deakin, Au
    B Luiten, HBG, NL
    M L Maher, U Sydney, Au
    T Miyagawa, Takenaka, Jp
    F Pena-Mora, MIT, USA
    B Prasad, Unigraphics Solutions, USA
    A Riitahuhta, TU Tampere, Fin
    R Scherer, TU Dresden, Ger
    D Taffs, Ove Arup, UK
    T Terai, Chiba IT, Jp
    F Tolman, TU Delft, NL
    Z Turk, U Ljubljana, Slo
    Y Yamazaki Shimizu, Jp