The event is organized by twenty organizations of ten European and American countries, and it is co-chaired by the University of Cantabria, through its Building Technology R&D Group (GTED-UC), and the University of Granada.
Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management currently have great importance for construction sector. This prompted the organizers to propose the technical event on these topics in Granada, which the Alhambra, an Arab citadel and palace, and its gardens have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This event aims to collect the advances obtained in the last two years in the theoretical knowledge and practical realizations carried out on specific topics relating to heritage buildings, including sustainable design and energy efficiency.
For more information on paper submission, registration and programme, please visit the REHABEND 2020 website.