Challenging Glass Conference - 23 & 24 June 2022 - Call for Abstracts

Challenging Glass Conference - 23 & 24 June 2022 - Call for Abstracts
Photo source

Date: 21 June 2021

The Challenging Glass 8 conference is planned for 23 & June 2022 at Ghent University!

If you would like to publish and present at the Challenging Glass Conference, please submit your abstract until 3 September 2021 here.

Challenging Glass is an international bi-annual conference that aims at gathering world class designers, engineers, researchers and industry partners to discuss on the architectural and structural use of glass.

The conference is organised by Jan Belis (UGent), Freek Bos (TU Eindhoven) and Christian Louter (TU Dresden) and has been held at TU Delft, EPFL and Ghent University. In 2020, Challenging Glass 7 was held as a two-hour webinar. The next edition, Challenging Glass 8, will be held 23 & 24 June 2022 at Ghent University in Belgium.

Conference Topics

The conference focuses on the following topics:

  • Projects & Case studies
  • Joints & Fixings & Adhesives
  • Strength & Stability
  • Laminated Glass & Interlayer Properties
  • Hybrid & Composite Glass Components
  • Numerical Modeling & Experimental Validation
  • Curved & Bended Glass
  • Architectural Design, Geometries & Lighting
  • Structural Glass Design Philosophy & Structural Safety
  • Insulating Glass Units
  • Glass in Facades

Conference Editions

Editions of the conference include:

  • CGC 1 - 2008 - TU Delft - The Netherlands
  • CGC 2 - 2010- TU Delft - The Netherlands
  • CGC 3 - 2012 - TU Delft - The Netherlands
  • CGC 4 - 2014 - EPFL - Switzerland
  • CGC 5 - 2016 - UGent - Belgium
  • CGC 6 - 2018 - TU Delft - The Netherlands
  • CGC 7 - 2020 - Webinar - UGent - Belgium
  • CGC 8 - 2022 - UGent - Belgium

Call for Abstracts

In case you are interested in presenting your work at Challenging Glass 8, you are kindly invited to submit an abstract of your work following the instructions given below. Your abstract will then be evaluated by the Scientific Committee. If the result is positive, you will be invited to submit a full paper and to prepare an oral or poster presentation for the conference.

Abstract Submission Procedure

Please follow the steps below to submit your abstract.

  1. Download the Abstract Template to write your abstract.
  2. Create an author account at the Challenging Glass Conference Proceedings platform.
  3. Submit your abstract following the instructions given. 

Keydates for Authors

Editions of the conference include:

  • Abstract submission deadline – 3 September 2021
  • Abstract review notification – 5 November 2021
  • Paper submission deadline – 28 January 2022
  • Paper review notification – 1 April 2022
  • Paper revision deadline – 29 April 2022
600450 Challenging Glass Conference - 23 & 24 June 2022 - Call for Abstracts

Others also read

The second day of the glasstec UPDATE Conference 2021 is about to start.
Welcome to the glasstec UPDATE international conference 2021!
Digitalisation & The Future of Façades drew worldwide audience from 19 countries!
Glass Alliance Europe answered to the stakeholder consultation on the Staff Working Document “For a resilient, innovative, sustainable and digital energy-intensive industries ecosystem: Scenarios for a transition pathway“, to which Glass for Europe actively contributed.
The recent 83rd Edition ZAK conference, held November the 4th was well attended and proved to be highly informative for all those at the Radisson Blu hotel in Frankfurt.
Join the top names in the glass game at Top Glass, April 20, 2022, at the International Centre.
High-tech glazing play a crucial role to make buildings more energy efficient, but flat glass technologies are also essential to the clean mobility transition and to renewable solar energy production.
TurkishGlass, a solution partner of prestigious projects all over the world, met with building construction professionals at the ZAK World of Façades Conferences in London, Istanbul, and New York which are the most important global events on façade design and engineering.
The CBAM shall be versatile, free from dangerous loopholes, and able to preserve complex EU-based value-chains.
Vitro is offering one final virtual Continuing Education (CE) session this month before taking a break for the Thanksgiving holiday, and there’s still time to register.
The flat glass sector is energetically exploring novel ways to lower its industrial emissions and massively scale up its contributions to the EU’s climate neutrality objective.
What is currently being discussed at COP26 in Glasgow should ideally be a guideline for everyone in order to put a stop to climate change. This topic is also highly relevant to the glass industry.

Add new comment

From industry

2200 W. Salzburg Rd.
Auburn , MI 48611
United States