||WELCOME TO REHAB 2014||
The Convent of Christ will welcome Rehab 2014, with the institutional support of the Portuguese Government.
REHAB 2014 is a blind peer-reviewed conference.
All submited papers will be blind peer-reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee.
REHAB2014 OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
Official language of the conference for publication purposes is ENGLISH. Therefore, abstracts and papers must be submitted in English.
Official languages of the conference for oral presentations are ENGLISH, SPANISH and PORTUGUESE. Parallel sessions will be organised according to the working language.
BOOK OF PROCEEDINGS
Editors: Rogério Amoêda, Sérgio Lira & Cristina Pinheiro
eBook ISBN: 978-989-8734-02-0
Green Lines Institute is a member of CrossRef and the book of proceedings will include a DOI reference number and will be indexed in the Crossref citation network.
BEST PAPERS PUBLICATION IN IJHSD AND IJSC
Authors of the best papers chosen by the Scientific Committee will be invited for publication in the International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development (IJHSD) and in the International Journal of Sustainable Construction (IJSC).
IJHSD and IJSC are published by Green Lines Institute.
REHAB 2014 – International Conference on Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings and Structures aims at pushing further the discussion on built heritage and the preservation of its legacy, establishing a settle of knowledge and experience from several parts of the world. The importance of conservation of historical constructions (built landscape, urban fabrics, buildings, and engineering works) are of utmost importance to preserve the cultural references of a community.
Tomar is located 100 km north of Lisbon in the most fertile region of Portugal (Ribatejo), Tomar is a historic city worth to visit.
Remembering its history, Tomar is a renovated town with many shops, high quality restaurants, parks, modern sports facilities, art galleries and significant cultural events take place. The most important is the Festival of the Trays, which is held once every four years.
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