Appel à communication : EcHoPolis Conference, date limite 15 mars 2013

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Sounds, noise and music for re-thinking sustainable city and econeighborhood (EchoPolis 2013) is the topic of the Echopolis international conference, to be held in the framework of the “Echopolis Days of Sound” event, to take place in the historical centre of Athens, from September 30 to October 2, 2013. The conference will offer a platform for interdisciplinary dialog and presentations of innovative research and development in the field of integrating sound in sustainable building and city planning and design, covering a wide range of subjects from sonic geography, sonic ecology and soundscapes to the noise carthography, noise abatement and recent developments of sound design in general.

http://www.event2013.sd-med.org/fr/

The Echopolis International Conference Topics are the following :

“Sonic Geography-Sonic Landscapes-Sonic Ecology”
“Sound and music in emotional architecture and emotional city”
“Sound design and eco-innovation in cities”
“Sound and Noise in sustainable cities and econeighborhoods”
“Sustainable abatement of noise by optimized combinations of natural and artificial means”
“Urban and rural quiet areas-Sound and noise Cartography-Strategic noise plans”
“Noise exposure and effects on health, Noise action plans,annoyance maps”
“Sound environment, Noise, Music,city attractiveness and sustainable tourism”
“Sound Heritage and soundscapes”
“Sound and Noise in transport infrastructure”
“Sound and Noise in sustainable buildings”
“Balancing energy performance, thermal insulation, acoustic comfort and air quality in buildings”

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