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For autors

Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers including results, figures and references. The paper will be accepted only by formatted paper according to the .doc template paper

(in .doc or .docx format) at email


  • The message of the paper proposal with the author's name, surname, affiliation, the title of the paper with abstract (250 - 300 words) and keywords (5 - 7 words)

  • After acceptance of the abstract, the author will send his/her paper

  • Peer reviewing process (take 3 - 6 months)

  • Confirmation or comments regarding the acceptance of paper


  • The length of the manuscript is counted by character (including spaces), including tables; references; figure captions; endnotes.

  • The Scientific Study should not exceed 36000 characters (including spaces).


  • Manuscripts may be submitted in English.

  • Manuscripts may be prepared in digital text files: .doc, .rtf.

  • References will be edited to bring them into line with the international scholarly system.


  • The position of each image or diagram should be indicated in the text, and all figures should have clear references in the text.

  • Responsibility for the copyright of the images and diagrams is held by the authors.

  • The resolution of images should be a minimum of 300 dpi.


  • ​Regional and Urban planning

  • Design of city space

  • Problems of historical city centers

  • Sustainable development

  • Social housing

  • Environmental legislation and policy

  • Ecosystems analysis and protection

  • Natural resources management

  • Waste management

  • Transport infrastructure

  • Air, water and soil pollution

  • Remediation and recovery of urban fabric

  • Geo-informatics and the environment

  • Environmental impact assessment

  • Heritage and tourism

  • Vernacular Urbanism

  • Heritage architecture and historical aspects

  • Evolution of historical sites

  • Public safety and security

  • Architectural modelling

  • Cities planning

  • Underground urbanism

  • Impact of noise and aesthetic to quality of life

  • Tourism and environment

  • Cultural heritage and architectural issues

  • Planning in less favorable areas

  • Regional economics

  • Utilities and networks

  • Energy resources

  • Education and health

  • Passive energy and effective construction

  • Smart technology in city management

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