„Lucrările conferinţei de cercetare în construcţii, economia construcţiilor, urbanism şi amenajarea teritoriului (Paper proceedings of the research conference on constructions, economy of constructions, architecture, urbanism and territorial development)" publishes full papers presented in the esearch conference on constructions, economy of constructions, architecture, urbanism and territorial development, if they were approved by the Scientific Committee and are edited in full compliance with the Guidelines.
The only acceptable format is Word 2003 or previous (DOC). Documents submitted in other formats (DOCX, PDF) will not be taken into consideration.
Papers can be written in Romanian or a common foreign language and will include: title, authors and affiliation, abstract, 3-5 keywords and the text. The abstract and keywords must be written in English..
Papers The paper should be structured as: 1. Context, 2. Materials and methods, 3. Results and discussions, 4. Conclusions. Each section must be introduced by its corresponding heading from this list. If this structure is not suitable, the second and third chapters can lack or be replaced.
The following formatting conditions must be met: 1. page size – A4, margins: 2.5 cm.; font – Times New Roman, single spaced, with the following formats: title – Bold, All Caps, size 12; authors – Italic, size 11; affiliation – regular, size 11; abstract and key words – regular, size 11; text, size 12; figure and table text and captions – size 10..
Papers must use the following template.
The maximum size is 8 pages.
The references will be quoted in the text using parentheses and specifying:
1. The author and year: Smith, 2006 for papers with a single author
2. The authors and year for papers with two authors: Smith and Jones, 2006
3. The first author followed by et al. and year for papers with more authors: Smith et al., 2006
4. The author and years for more papers of the same author written in different years: Smith, 2006, 2008.
5. The author, year, and an indicative o the alphabetic order for papers written by the same author in the same year: Smith, 2006a, 2006b
6. Separation by semicolon of more papers: Smith, 2006; Jones, 2008.
The papers will be cited in the reference according to the model below (compliance involves observing all the details, such as abbreviating first names to a single initial, lack of comma between last name and initial and all requirements visible in the examples and specified in the detailed guidelines):
1. For publications with ISBN (books, conference proceedings including CDs with ISBN)
a) Books, CDs: Name of the author (year), title, publishing house, place, ended with period:
Nica E. (2010), Elaboraration and use of case studies in human resource management [in Romanian], Editura Economică, Bucharest, Romania.
b) Book chapters: Name of the author (year), title, in: authors and editors (role), title, publishing house, place, pages:
Ellger C. (2000), Soft City Impossible? The chances for ecological urban development, in: Ianoş I., Pumain D., Racine J. B. (Editors), Integrated Urban Systems and Sustainability of Urban Life, Editura Tehnică, Bucharest, Romania, pp. 35-47.
2. For papers/abstracts published in journals (with ISSN): Name of the author (year), title, title of the journal, volume(issue):start-end pages, ended with period:
Santucci V. L. (2005), Historical Perspectives on Biodiversity and Geodiversity, Geodiversity & Geoconservation 22(3):29-34.
Croitoru G. (2015), Analysis of concrete damage by ettringite-thaumasite system formation, Lucrările conferinţei de cercetare în construcţii, economia construcţiilor, urbanism şi amenajarea teritoriului 1-8:196-204.
Jurca A., Gruin A., Bolborea B. (2018), Evaluating execution errors during the construction stages of a building, Conferinţa de cercetare în construcţii, economia construcţiilor, urbanism şi amenajarea teritoriului. Rezumate ale lucrărilor 14:81.
3. For other publications or documents: Name of the author (year), title, other details, place, ended with period:
Mureşanu F. (2010), City in the information age [in Romanian], Doctoral Dissertation, “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest, Romania.
Parliament of Romania (2001), Law no. 350/2001 on spatial planning and urban planning [in Romanian], Official Gazette 373(1).
Ministry of Development, Public Works and Housing (2008), Strategic Concept of Territorial Development Romania 2030 [in Romanian], Ministry of Development, Public Works and Housing, Bucharest, Romania.
British Standards Institution (2010), BS EN 14250:2010 Timber structures. Product requirements for prefabricated structural members assembled with punched metal plate fasteners, British Standards Institution, London, UK.
4. For Internet sites: Name of organization or person editing the website (year of last update), title, complete address without hyperlink, not ended with period:
RAIC (2015), Sustainable Architecture, https://www.raic.org/raic/sustainable-architecture
Titles of articles, chapters and books written in any other language than English must be translated, indicating the original language between brackets (“”, not “()”).
All images (graphs, schematics, photos etc.) must be referred in text using the reference Fig. X, where X is the number of each figure. The figures must have below a caption like Fig. X. Title, where X is the number of the figure. All figures must be referred in the text of the paper.
All tables must be referred in text using the reference Table X, where X is the number of the table. The tables must have above a caption like Table X. Title, where X is the number of the table. All tables must be referred in the text of the paper. Tables cannot be inserted as images.
In order to help authors complying with the guidelines, we offer a visual handbook, indicating the most common mistakes here
Papers that change the template by altering the spacing, allowing extra spaces after or before the text or paragraph, using different fonts etc. will not be considered. The only exceptions are using Bold, Italic or Underlined fonts. The only allowed graphics are images and charts, which must be single unitary objects inserted as a paragraph in line with the text or with a table, if positioned within it.
Papers must be sent before the deadline specified in the invitation to conferences[at]incd.ro (to send a message, please replace [at] by @). Papers sent to any other address will not be considered.