More information on the conference and abstract submission here: https://issst.net/
This is one of my favorite conferences that I’ve been helping to organize for over ten years. It has an interesting cross-section of people from academia, industry, and government who are interested in using quantitative approaches to explore a wide range of sustainability questions. It’s a great venue to get feedback on your work outside of conventional disciplinary conferences. It’s also a great opportunity to learn about many different aspects of building and infrastructure sustainability, among the many other topics at the conference.
Melissa Bilec from Pitt (a building LCA expert and CLF Community member) and I are co-chairing the buildings and infrastructure theme and are trying to recruit participation from many sectors.
The conference will be virtual, but we’ll be using an interactive platform that avoids the pitfalls of the usual Zoom approach. It should be more interesting and fun than other online conferences.
More details are in the call for contributions on our website: https://issst.net/. Abstracts are short and no papers are required, so it’s a small time investment.
Let me know if you have questions. I hope to “see” you there!