Submission Deadlines

ARCC 2021 International Conference
PERFORMATIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Addressing Covid-19 concerns, ARCC 2021 will be virtual, accommodating the presentation of all accepted papers and posters in a virtual, interactive modality.

April 7-10, 2021  I  VIRTUAL TUCSON
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Hosted by The University of Arizona
Conference Co-Chairs: Clare M. Robinson, Beth M. Weinstein, College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture (CAPLA)

 

Submission Deadlines
The conference invites submissions of research from both academics and practitioners. Selected abstracts will be invited to submit full papers for peer review. Full papers are solicited for each of the conference topics. Selection of papers will be based on a two-stage double-blind peer review process.

Submissions must be made through this website: Conftool ARCC 2021

Abstracts
Abstracts not accepted for full paper submission may be invited to submit posters. Abstracts are limited to a maximum of 500 words.

Full Papers
Full Papers are limited to 3,000 words minimum and 6,000 words maximum or a total of 8 pages maximum, including abstract, references, endnotes, figures and captions.
ARCC 2021 Paper Template (due Jan 18 via Conftool)
(registration required for conference participation and publication of Full Paper in Conference Proceedings)

Research Posters
Research Poster is 32″ x 24″ (4:3 ratio) at 10MB maximum,  with  300 words max. for the abstract. Please read carefully the instructions in the poster template.
ARCC 2021 Poster Template (due Feb 22 via Conftool)
(registration required for conference participation and publication of Poster Abstract in Conference Proceedings)

Authors of research posters will have the opportunity to present their research in a pre-recorded 3MT (three minute thesis) format during the conference, followed by a live Q&A session.

Copyright
ARCC asks authors to agree to a limited non-exclusive license that permits ARCC to publish their original work while retaining copyright with the author.  ARCC archives and makes freely available all conference  papers on the ARCC Repository.

Doctoral Student Workshop
Applications from doctoral candidates working on their dissertations are solicited for participation in the third ARCC Doctoral Student Workshop. This workshop is designed to provide a forum for students at either the proposal phase or in the interpretation phase of their dissertation work to present and discuss their ongoing work with senior mentors in architectural research. The purpose of the workshop is to strengthen and further thesis/dissertation work, as well to support the development of networks for young researchers in Architecture and related disciplines. Applications consist of a 500 word abstract on the doctoral work. Abstracts should discuss why the applicant seeks feedback in this particular venue and how do they hope it will further their research.

Plenary Session Presentations
Applications are invited for white papers for a plenary session focusing on the conference’s main theme of “Performative Environments”. Submissions should be limited to a maximum of 1,000 words and may contain supporting graphics. Applications will go through a peer-review process and selected submission will be invited to participate in the plenary session.

Important Dates + Deadlines
Monday, 06/22/20             Call for submission issued
Friday, 09/25/20             Deadline for submitting abstracts for full papers and posters
Monday, 10/19/20             Confirmation of accepted abstracts for full papers and posters
Monday, 01/04/21             Deadline for plenary session and PhD workshop submissions
Monday, 01/18/21             Deadline for full paper submissions***extended to Jan 18th***
Monday, 02/01/21             Acceptance confirmation for full papers, plenary session, and PhD workshop
Monday, 02/22/21             Deadline for submission of final papers and research posters (camera-ready)

ARCC 2021 International Conference
Wednesday-Saturday, April 7-10, 2021

Contact
Direct Inquires to:
Adil Sharag-Eldin
asharage@kent.edu