ASA conference: Architectural science and user experience

Architectural science has a pivotal point to play in informing innovative sustainable and resilient outcomes. Climate emergency, global pandemic, clean and renewable energy sources - all of these are part of the discussion taking place in this year's ASA conference.

The Architectural Science Association (ASA) is an international organization that focuses on promoting architectural science, theory and practice primarily in relation to teaching and research in institutions of higher education.

In the context of the climate emergency, global pandemic, and greater striving for clean and renewable energy resources, the 55th international conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA) explores the intersections of architecture, building science, and urban design, health, and wellbeing with the aim of increasing sustainable quality and user experience "to make places in which we live more liveable".

Architectural science and design researchers, educators, students, as well as practitioners and policymakers are invited to present and share ideas on innovative, sustainable, and resilient design outcomes that will contribute to the betterment of our environment. All papers are double-blind refereed.

The conference is hosted by the School of Design and the Built Environment (DBE), Curtin University, Perth, Australia. More information can be found here.