12th International Conference on Structures in Fire
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
30 Nov 2022-2 Dec 2022
Submitted to SiF2022!【Review results released!】
Welcome to SiF2022
The 12th International Conference on Structures in Fire (SiF 2022) will be hosted by PolyU in Hong Kong. The conference is organised by Department of Building Environment and Energy Engineering with the support from Faculty of Construction and Environment.
The main focus of the SiF series of conferences is to provide an opportunity for researchers, practitioners and engineers to share and discuss their research related to structures in fire with their peers in an open, international forum. Research should include fundamental work that progresses the understanding and application of performance based structural fire engineering as well as technological developments and case studies.
SiF2022 will adopt a hybrid mode including online and in-person presentation at PolyU for broader access and the registration fees of two tiers will be offered. As Hong Kong is gradually removing the travel quarantine requirement, there is a high chance to meet you all face to face in PolyU. We truly look forward to your submissions of papers and participation of SiF2022.
By 27 May 2022
Abstract Results Announcement
15 July 2022-30 July 2022
Full Paper Submission
16 Oct 2022
Full Paper Submission
30 Nov 2022 : Day 1
1 Dec 2022: Day 2
2 Dec 2022: Day 3
3 Dec 2022: Workshops
You can take any flights to Hong Kong International Airport. Then you can take a shutter bus, or taxi, or airport express line to Hung Hom.
You can simply take a Hong Kong Taxi to PolyU (香港理工大学） from the Airport or other places.
You can take various metro lines (Eastrail, Westrail) to Hung Hom station and get to PolyU at Exit A
Hong Kong is a city and special administrative region of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta in South China. With over 7.5 million residents of various nationalities in a 1,104-square-kilometre (426 sq mi) territory, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world. Hong Kong is also one of the most developed cities in the world and the city ranks fourth on the UN Human Development Index. Hong Kong has the largest number of skyscrapers of any city in the world and it is ranked 4th in the Global Financial Centres Index.
With over 80 years of proud tradition and ranking among the world’s top 100 institutions, PolyU aspires to be a leading university with world-class research and education. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) is a home for educating thinkers, discoverers, innovators and communicators in delivering positive impact. We are committed to nurturing tomorrow’s leaders today, through a holistic education that provides graduates unrivaled placements to thrive in communities, industries and businesses. We strive in inter-disciplinary research and impactful innovations to address real-world challenges. Our researchers are developing breakthrough ideas, fostering sustainability, lifting economic outcomes and improving communities’ lives for the benefit of Hong Kong, the Nation and the world
SiF hosted its first international workshop in Denmark in 2000, followed by workshops in New Zealand (2002), Canada (2004) and Portugal (2006). The series of workshops evolved into conferences; and the 2008 event in Singapore was the fifth International Conference on Structures in Fire. This was followed by events in the United States (2010), Switzerland (2012), China (2014), the USA (2016), the United Kingdom (2018), and Australia (2020). Information about previous conferences, including full proceedings, can be found at www.structuresinfire.com. The 12th edition of the SiF conference series will be hosted by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China between the 30th November – 2nd December 2022.