Smart Built Environmrent


18-11-26 Paris Fokaides (13)

Paris A. Fokaides

The role of Remote Working in smart cities: lessons learnt from COVID-19 pandemic

Frederick University, Cyprus. Chief Researcher Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kaunas University of Technology

Johan de Wachter (3)

Johan De Wachter

Sustainable transformation of living environments

Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kaunas University of Technology, JDWA Architect, Netherlands


Gabriel Bekö

Airborne transmission of COVID-19 in indoor air

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark. Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kaunas University of Technology

On November 26, 2021, the student scientific conference “Smart Built Environment” will take place. The event is dedicated to the memory of prof. Vytautas Stankevičius.

Event format – mixed (contact, remote). The conference is organized by the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Kaunas University of Technology.

The student scientific conference is intended for students of all Lithuanian and foreign higher education institutions interested in the innovations of construction engineering and architectural science. The conference is a great tool for students to present scientific papers, discuss scientific topics, and develop public speaking skills. During the event, students’ work will be evaluated by a special commission.

The event is free, the official language of the conference is English.


Building Structures,

Building Materials,

Buildings Physics and Building Services,

Construction Technology and Management,

Energy and environment.

Until 2021 October 1  – registration.

Until 2021 October 22 – submission of extended abstract.

Until 2021 October 29 – approval of extended abstract.

2021 November 26 – conference.

The conference traditionally includes only oral presentations.

  • Official presentations language: English.
  • The oral presentations should be prepared using the “Microsoft PowerPoint” program (save your “PowerPoint” presentation as .ppt).
  • The time limit for oral presentation: 5-7 min.
  • The best authors of the conference papers will be awarded.

Extended abstract are provided in English according to the provided template – TEMPLATE.

The length of the extended abstract is 2 to 5 pages.

Send detailed abstract (doc (x) and pdf format) to the e-mail address:, indicating the name: SmartBuiltEnvironment_Name_Surname.

The extended abstract prepared by the author (s) will not be further edited.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate and contact us:








Prof. dr. Andrius Jurelionis, KTU


Doc. dr. Mindaugas Augonis, KTU

Prof. dr. Mindaugas Daukšys, KTU

Prof. dr. Kęstutis Zaleckis, KTU

Dr., Ing. Paris A. Fokaides, KTU, Frederick University (Cyprus)

Prof. dr. Jūratė Kamičaitytė, KTU

Doc. dr. Donatas Rekus, KTU



Doc. dr. Aušra Mlinkauskienė, KTU


Doc. dr. Laura Stasiulienė, KTU

Doc. dr. Indrė Gražulevičiūtė-Vileniškė, KTU

Viktoras Jasaitis

Gintarė Stankevičiūtė

Lina Morkūnaitė

Paulius Spūdys

Ignacio Villalon Fornes

To be announced closer to the event.


Vytautas Stankevičius

Vytautas Stankevičius was an active scientist, the author of more than 200 scientific papers and inventions, who left a significant imprint on the history of the University.

Prof. habil. Dr. Vytautas Stankevičius was born in Prienai on September 29, 1933. Since 1959 he worked in research and scientific work. He was the head of the Laboratory of Thermal Physics at the Institute of Architecture and Construction. Furthermore, he was professor at the Institute of Architecture and Construction in Kaunas university of Technology; Expert of the Scientific Council; Member of the Technological Sciences Section of the Lithuanian Science Prize Committee for 9 intermittent terms, including the last 3 years as Section president. In addition, Vytautas Stankevičius has been member of the Association for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (Russia); a chairman of the Institute of Architecture and Construction; Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of “Civil Engineering and Management” of Lithuanian Higher Education Institutions.

Stankevičius has led the following areas of research: heat savings in buildings; climatic resistance of the outer layers of building walls. He has also produced 15 PhDs and has been involved in the work of many doctoral and habilitation committees.

At his initiative, the quality of the tests carried out in the Laboratory of Thermal Physics has been changed: new modern testing equipment has been purchased or manufactured and ISO-compliant testing methods has been adopted. In 2001, Lithuanian National Accreditation Bureau, recognizing high quality of laboratory tests, issued and accreditation certificate to the Laboratory of Thermal Physics.

Dr. Aušra Mlinkauskienė

Vice-Dean for Research

Studentų g. 48, Kaunas