By April 16, 2015 medina-net, has completed its fifth year. On this occasion we would like to congratulate all colleagues and friends who contributed in building its platform and to students who enlarged its popularity and made it a source of knowledge on Islamic Architecture and Cities.
For sure that the site cannot be sustained without their help and contributions. And perhaps the pressing need now is to activate the Arab section and the establishment of the French section in addition to the existing English section.
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ICABE: International Conference on Architecture and Build Environment 7th-8th Novemeber
and ICUDBE: 3rd International conference on Universal Design in the built Environment 11th-12th November
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The thing is Medinanet is bieng targeted by various hackers; the last attempt made some severe damage to the site. however medinanet Alhamdolilah has recovered.
The recovering processes involved including more security procedures to medinanet and for that some articles’ links and IDs changed. Kindly if the error shows, consider using the search tool to search for the article; any word in the title would do…as that might be the reason.
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Fact: 16th April 2010 was Medinanet Offcial launch date…
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Dr. Hassan radoine is delighted to invite you to attend the official opening of the exhibition he is curating at the Center for Architecture with AIA (American Institute of Architects) New York Chapter in New York city under the following title:
CHANGE: ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING IN THE MIDDLE EAST, 2000 TO PRESENT
The invitation extends to the Symposium parallel to the exhibition which program, date and place is provided by the exhibition web page:
Change in the Middle East: Preserving the Past, Inventing the Future.
Continue reading CHANGE: ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING IN THE MIDDLE EAST, 2000 TO PRESENT
First International Conference on Islamic Built Environment
Theme: Towards an Understanding of the Islamic Built Environment
Date: March, 28th-29th 2012
Venue: Universitas Islam Bandung Indonesia (UNISBA)
The Deadline for abstracts is December 16th, 2011
4th – 6th July 2012, UNSW, Australia
Call for Abstracts
The Australasian Universities Building Educators Association (AUBEA) was established in 1975 to bring together all those involved in building research and education. The principal aim of AUBEA is to promote and improve teaching and research in building through communication and collaboration. Our highly acclaimed annual conferences bring together researchers and educators from Australasia and other regions and provide them with a strong platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration. The annual conferences of AUBEA are hosted by universities in Australasia.
Continue reading 37th Annual Conference of Australasian Universities Building Educators Association (AUBEA)
The 2nd International Conference on Renewable Energy, Applications and Generation (IREGA’12) will be held in Al-Ain at United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) on 4-7 March 2012. The conference is a biennial event and focuses on renewable energy. Up to 25% of the papers will be considered for publication at the Elsevier Renewable energy Conference.
Prospective authors are invited to submit a full paper by the 31st of October 2011.
L’année 2012 coïncide avec le 50ème anniversaire d’indépendance de l’Algérie. Ce rendez-vous important constitue pour le laboratoire VUDD l’occasion idéale pour programmer un colloque ayant pour objet d’établir un bilan des politiques urbaines successives, depuis l’indépendance a nos jours, et de s’interroger sur l’avenir de nos villes. Les villes algériennes, a l’instar des autres villes des pays de la Méditerranée, notamment celles de sa rive Sud et Est, connaissent des mutations rapides de leurs contextes politique, économique, démographique, sociétal et spatial. Ces mutations s’opèrent pour une grande part dans les villes où l’essentiel de la richesse économique est produit et où vit une population de plus en plus importante.