The final REcube Multiplier Event will take place in Brussels, at the heart of Europe. The overall aim is to disseminate project outcomes and the Project Results to a broader scientific and professional audience, for wider recognition of the project topic and its outcomes. It will be a conclusive moment of critical evaluation of the REcube project and specifically on the core project results – the Methodology for the sustainable conservation assessment and implementation of Modern concrete architecture – presented in the REcube Guidelines for Practitioners. The inclusion of a larger academic and non-academic audience in the final discussion of the project results allows for the justification of the results and the introduction of final adjustments before the launch of the REcube Digital Academy and publishing of the REcube Guidelines in the Fédération internationale du Béton Bulletin, ensuring the sustainability of the project.
The two-day final conference will be hosted by the Université Libre de Bruxelles and divided in several panel sessions related to the 10 thematic areas of the REcube Knowledge Pillars presented in the REcube massive open online courses. There will be at least two keynote lectures from leading experts in the field of sustainable modern heritage conservation and green regeneration of the modern built environment at the opening and final sessions of the conference. In the single panel sessions, young researchers and professionals both from the project consortium and outside, will have the opportunity to present their research work. The afternoon of the second day will be dedicated to the presentation of REcube Guidelines for Practitioners. The final REcube conference will be streamed on the REcube Vimeo channel; the conference proceedings will be made publicly available at the REcube Digital Academy platform.