All accepted papers are published in the conference proceedings titled NZAAR International Event Series on Natural and Built Environment, Cities, Sustainability and Advanced Engineering ISSN 2463-5960 (Print) ISSN 2463-5979 (Online).
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NZAAR 2017 proceedings is now indexed while the remaining publications are now in final stages of indexing.
As a truly international event, NZAAR has so far published 118 quality research papers developed by several authors from Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Denmark, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Libya, Malaysia, Morocco, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK and Ukraine.
Aim & Scope
NZAAR International Event Series on Natural and Built Environment, Cities, Sustainability and Advanced Engineering is a platform to encourage interdisciplinary and industry-driven collaborations among practitioners and academicians towards publishing high quality research articles related to the future of buildings, urban built environments and cities. NZAAR publication attempts to maintain a strong focus on design, development, delivery and critical investigation of practical solutions and theoretical contemplations towards improving the future of built environments with continuous linkage to sustainability agendas. Ranging from engineering design prototypes to buildings, communities and cities, it is targeted to explore and strengthen the neglected linkages between small-scaled and large-scaled components of urban built environments for enhancing productivity, improving sustainability and achieving more liveable environments. NZAAR international event series invites research publications with solid knowledge and rigorously evaluated analytical phases related to the social, economic and environmental dimensions of our natural and built environments to push the existing boundaries and defining cutting-edge research solutions for our urban future.
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Sample indexed article!
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