Submission Steps

Submission Steps:

  1. The submission process for the PhD Conference will be done through the EasyAcademia Platform.
  2. Before you submit you need to create an account in the EasyAcademia Platform.
  3. To create an EasyAcademia account, visit and click on on either of the Login buttons. On the that appears, click  onCreate new account.
  4. Fill the form with your personal details and click on the “Create Account” button. An Activation email will be sent to your chosen email adress.
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  6. Log into,  using the login details you provided during account creation.
  7. Click onStart a new submission on the top right to enter the submission process.
  8. Go through the steps, adding details as requested.
  9. Under “Authors” please input details for each author of the paper. At least one author must be marked as presenter and/or correspondent.
    Note: Authors marked as correspondents will receive updates and information regarding the submission.
  10. If you are happy with the summary information, please click on “Submit Now to finalize the process, and an e-mail will be sent to all co-authors to inform them.

If at any point you are having trouble submitting, or require more information, please contact us at and we will respond back as soon as possible.

Submission of Abstracts

Abstracts should be submitted by 27.03.2023 03.04.2023 using the template below:

Click here to download the SSPhD Conference Abstracts’ Template

Guidelines for Abstracts:



Abstract up to 400 words to be filled in the template file given by the organising committee.

One image, size: 100 mm x 80 mm , resolution, 300 dpi.



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1. Architecture & Complex Buildings


Architecture spatial theory

Space Syntax and architectural design

Shopping and retail

Cultural and educational buildings

2. Spatial Cognition


Spatial Cognition and way finding

Environmental and behavioral psychology

Virtual Reality

3. Methodological Developments


Software development

Spatial Network analysis

4. History & Urban Morphology


Historic centre and village conservations

Suburbs and new towns

Archaeological studies


5. Evidence-Based Design
6. Teaching & Pedagogy


Theory courses

Design studio

Intensive Workshops

7. Urban Design & Planning


Data-informed Design and Planning

Generative Design and Planning

Urban Strategic and Transport planning

8. Urban Economics & Land Use


Land use studies

Informal economies

Real estate studies

9. Space and Society


Space and Crime

Spatial and social justice

Urban segregation

Submission is now Open – Extended to 03.04.2023

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