Environmental Design

Environmental design is a new way of thinking about consumer items and industrial operations that is environmentally conscious, long-term, and beneficial to both humans and the environment. Environmental design also refers to the applied arts and sciences that deal with the creation of a human-designed environment. Architecture, geography, urban planning, landscape architecture, and interior design are among these fields. Environmental design has consequences for product industrial design in a broader sense: innovative autos, wind power generators, solar-powered equipment, and other types of equipment could be examples. Sustainable design aims to reduce negative effects on the environment as well as the health and comfort of building occupants, resulting in improved building performance. It employs environmentally preferable products, conserves water, improves indoor environmental quality, and optimizes operational and maintenance practices. The key principles of sustainable building design, which are constantly developing are optimize site potential, energy efficiency, water conservation, building space and material usage.

Sub-tracks :

  •     Architectural and environmental design
  •     Sustainability in the built environment
  •     Geographic studies
  •     Energy science and technology
  •     Building engineering
  •     Architectural engineering
  •     Environmental design and planning
  •     Design methodology
  •     Alternative design solutions
  •     Design and construction
  •     Human-designed environment
  •     Virtual design environments, data modeling and visualization
  •     Principles of environmental design
  •     Measurement of environmental and energy parameters
  •     Energy balance of buildings
  •     Role and Impacts of Environmental Design
  •     Pollution Control 
  •     Geotechnical Projects
  •     Energy Sustainability  and Sustainable Mobility