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Borja García de Soto (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland) | CCC2017
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19-22 June 2017 Adriatiq Hotel Zora, Primošten, Croatia

Borja García de Soto (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland)

Garcia-de-Soto_ETHDr. Borja García de Soto is a Lecturer and Scientific Associate at the Infrastructure Management Group in the Institute of Construction and Infrastructure Management at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH Zurich). He received the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida International University (FIU) in 2000, the degree of Master of Science in Civil Engineering in the area of Structural Design from FIU in 2001, the degree of Master of Science in Engineering in the area of Engineering and Project Management from the University of California at Berkeley (UC-Berkeley) in 2004, and a Ph.D. in the area of Project and Infrastructure Management from ETH Zurich, Switzerland in 2014. Dr. García de Soto is a registered civil engineer with Professional Engineer (PE) licenses in California and Florida. He has international experience in multiple aspects of project management, including risk management and control, delay analysis, forensic engineering, and project cost estimating. His research interests are in the area of integrated approaches to improve the flow of information during the different phases of a construction project and the uses of information models and automation (i.e., digital fabrication and building information modeling) in construction processes to improve the productivity in construction. His work also looks into the application of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques (such as neural networks and case-based reasoning), sustainable and resilient infrastructures, data-sensing and automation, and information management and modeling in the field of infrastructure and project management. His teaching focuses in Project Management and Construction Information Technologies. In 2015 he founded the ASCE Switzerland Group and he is currently the president.

Time until the conference
days

Deadlines

EXTENDED submission of abstracts
31 January 2017

Notification on abstracts' acceptance
31 January 2017

Extended submission of papers in Procedia
20 March 2017

Extended payment of early registration fee
15 April 2017

Final deadline for hotel reservation
31 March 2017

Submission of revised papers in Procedia
15 April 2017

Cancellation without penalty
15 May 2017

Conference
19-22 June 2017