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RUDN University Participation in the 3rd International Conference on Building Materials and Construction (ICBMC 2018) in Nha Trang (Vietnam)

RUDN University Participation in the 3rd International Conference on Building Materials and Construction (ICBMC 2018) in Nha Trang (Vietnam)

On the 23-25 of February, representatives of the RUDN University Department of Architecture and Construction of the Engineering Academy, consisting of 3 people (the fifth year student of the Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Lidiya Natali Somarriba Sokolova (Nicaragua), the full-time PhD student Jean Paul Vladimir (Haiti) and the associate professor Rynkovskaya M.I.) participated in the international scientific conference "3rd International Conference on Building Materials and Construction (ICBMC 2018)" in Nha Trang (Vietnam).

On the 23-25 of February, representatives of the RUDN University Department of Architecture and Construction of the Engineering Academy, consisting of 3 people (the fifth year student of the Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Lidiya Natali Somarriba Sokolova (Nicaragua), the full-time PhD student Jean Paul Vladimir (Haiti) and the associate professor Rynkovskaya M.I.) participated in the international scientific conference "3rd International Conference on Building Materials and Construction (ICBMC 2018)" in Nha Trang (Vietnam) and successfully delivered 4 reports. Within the framework of the conference there were 5 sections:

  1. Civil and Structural Engineering
  2. Architecture and Urban Planning
  3. Materials Science and Engineering
  4. Materials Properties, Measuring Methods and Applications
  5. Materials Manufacturing and Processing

It was interesting to learn from the plenary report of Professor Low Sui Pheng (National University of Singapore (QS13) that in Singapore the technology of building modular buildings was actively developing, the report of Professor Jin-Keun Kim from Korea Advanced Insitute of Sciences and Technology (KAIST, QS41) was about serious research of building structures, including the mechanical properties of concrete, depending on the distribution of moisture in it, in Korea.

Associate Professor Rynkovskaya M.I. presented 2 reports that aroused the interest of the plenary lecturer from Macau, Professor Zongjin Li (University of Macau), who proposed to discuss the possibility of joint research on BRICS-supported projects.

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