9th International Civil Engineering Congress

About ICEC

International Civil Engineering Congress (ICEC) is a regular feature in the calendar of events for Institution of engineering Pakistan and its Organizing partner NED University of Engineering and Technology Karachi. It is being organized frequently for almost two decades now. Eight international congresses have been organized in the past. Every year, the ICEC is held under an innovativ e theme related to contemporary issues that relate Civil Engineering and Socioeconomics of the society.
The latest version of ICEC was held on December 23-24, 2016 at Karachi. The congress was organized in collaboration with Federation of Engineering Institutions of Islamic Countries (FEIIC), Federation of Engineering Institutions of South and Central Asia (FEISCA) and The Asian Civil Engineering Coordinating Council (ACECC). Theme of this congress was “Ensuring technological advancement through innovation based knowledge corridor.” More than 40 international papers were presented at the 2016 congress including those from United States, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Iran, and Nepal.  The key note on the congress theme was delivered by Mr. Martin Smith, MD Matrics Consultants Pvt. Ltd. UK. The congress was attended by a number of delegates both from academia and industry that provided a great opportunity for the stakeholders to meet and discuss various issues related to Civil Engineering education, profession and recent advancements.
This year, the 9th International Civil Engineering Congress (ICEC 2017) will be organized on December 22-23, 2017, under the theme “Striving towards Resilient Built Environment”. The idea is to bring together latest civil engineering knowledge, research and development efforts from scientific community, engineers and practitioners that can help in contributing towards enhancing the resilience of the societies and thus establish a better built environment. 
The congress proceedings are published through blind peer-review procedure. The congress will cover all areas of civil engineering, including, but not limited to, the following:

• Structural Engineering
• Construction Project Management
• Earthquake Engineering & Design
• Transportation Planning
• Traffic Simulation and Modeling
• Disaster Management
• Geotechnical Engineering
• Water Resources
• Environmental Engineering

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