Call for Papers

2022 the International Facility Management Congress will take place for the 15th time. It successfully connects science and commercial practice. Due to the high scientific level the congress is one of the leading conventions in Facility Management in Europe.

The congress and the community benefit from your innovative approaches. We are pleased to invite researchers and scientists to submit their abstracts and papers on following topics: 

Digitale Transformation of RE:

  • FM start up companies - Best practices in Austria after CORONA 2020
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robots
  • Blockchain/Blockchain contracting
  • Microbuildings
  • Operational Excellence
  • Digitizing the building

FM of the future:

  • Women in FM
  • FM in CEE/SEE/US/Asia
  • Use cases of companies how to deal with the post COVID area
  • How to get into facilities management?
  • Comparison of FM strategies from all over the world
  • How Corona impacts the FM systems and digitization

New ways of working:

  • Mobility, workplace locations and living areas
  • How can FM support people in homeoffice?
  • Stories from successful NWOW projects
  • Lessons learned post-COVID
  • Efficiency
  • New types of renting

Sustainability:

  • Green Deal / ESG and the impact on FM
  • Case Studies and Best Practice
  • New Technology to enable cost efficient ESG
  • Well-being and Energy Efficiency

Submissions should be in English. Accepted papers are to be presented on 18th of November 2022 in German or English.

Find more information here: Call for Papers 2022, opens a file in a new window
Guideline for submitting your paper: Guideline, opens a file in a new window

For further information please send an email to kongress@ifm.tuwien.ac.at  
We are looking forward to your submissions!

Call for papers

Submissions can be in German or English.

Mehr Info can be found here: Call for Papers 2022,, opens a file in a new window
Formatting Guideline for you submission can be found here: Formatting guideline, opens a file in a new window