Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) - Call for Papers

The Editorial Board of Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) would like to share its current Call for Papers and invite contributions for the upcoming TECTONICS issue. Submissions may choose to address the focus area identified in this call for papers, but it is not required for selection and publication in the issue. All submissions to calls for papers are reviewed through a double-blind peer-review process with subject experts.

Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) is a peer-reviewed research journal published by Taylor and Francis. TAD operates at the intersection of design and technology with a broad readership among academics and practitioners. The journal has a hardcopy distribution to 4200+ individuals, institutions, and AEC firms with an additional 2500 library and institutional online subscriptions. TAD’s content is available through Taylor & Francis and indexed in Scopus.

The Tectonics issue investigates the intersection of structure and construction, together with the emerging research in intelligent buildings, building and material science (biomaterials, composites, assemblies), architectural kinetics, mass customization, and parametrically driven digital fabrication and simulation. TAD is promoting research that redefines/deconceptualizes ways architecture and construction address the diverse technological, cultural, economic, and ecological imperatives of our times.

Manuscripts for double-blind peer-review are due before 11:59 pm Eastern time on June 15, 2022. Manuscript submissions must follow the standards detailed in the TAD Author Guide. TAD receives all manuscript submissions through the ScholarOne Manuscripts portal located at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/TADJournal.

Perhaps this peer-review opportunity is a fit for your research. Please also consider forwarding this invitation within your community and respective network.

This is the personal opinion of Anne-Catrin Schultz, PhD and does not reflect the views of Facade Tectonics Institute.


Anne-Catrin Schultz, PhD

Wentworth Institute of Technology

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