Following the SBE16 and SBE19-Thessaloniki conferences, SBE23-Thessaloniki “Sustainable built environments: Paving the way for achieving the targets of 2030 and beyond” focused in sustainability in the built environment as the means to achieve the targets for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The conference addressed the three main pillars of sustainability: environment, economy and society, studied within the prism of our living space/habitat.
The event took place between the 22nd and the 24th of March 2023 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
SBE23 Thessaloniki Opening ceremony
The previous experience of the organizers, as well as the favourable weather conditions, the city’s and the country’s hospitality and Thessaloniki’s historical background created the environment for another very successful and fruitful event. Both the chair of the organizing committee and the chair of the scientific committee, Professors Katerina Tsikaloudaki and Theododoros Theodosiou respectively, are members of the Laboratory of Building Construction and Building Physics (partners in the RECONMATIC project), Department of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) and is part of the SBE21-23 Conference series.
During the 2-and-a-half-day conference the work that is in progress, as part of the RECONMATIC project, was presented by our team members. On behalf of AUTH, PhD candidate Evangelos Koroxenidis, presented the paper “Minimizing fresh concrete waste through blockchain applications”. From the Czech team of RECONMATIC project Majda Belhaj, PhD candidate at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, CTU Prague participated at this event and presented the paper titled “Increasing the content of reclaimed asphalt in asphalt mixture by using rejuvenators”.