Welcome to WCTE 2022  

Oslo warmly welcomes you to the 2022 World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE 2022), to be held on June 20-23 in Oslo, Norway.

The World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE) is the forum for presenting and discussing the latest technical and architectural innovations in timber construction.

The conference is the most prestigious international event in timber engineering, engineered wood products and design of timber structures, which is held biennially in different parts of the world and attracts researchers, engineers and architects, code consultants and building officials, contractors and project managers and suppliers from all continents.

During WCTE 2022 Oslo the traditional focus on timber engineering and material science will be complemented by architecture and future global challenges. In 2022 Oslo will demonstrate new timber technology and cutting-edge timber architecture in order to secure liveable societies in the future.

Oslo welcomes you

Oslo proudly welcomes you to a city on the rise. We proudly welcome you to a metropolis so compact that world-class eateries and great attractions are always just right around the corner. And we proudly welcome you to a capital world-famous for peace and where your money goes much further than you'd think. Oslo is the European Green Capital in 2019.

Oslo can offer exciting wooden constructions and architecture. Today there are several major, innovative wood constructions under planning in Oslo. Much to be completed by 2022. Hope to see you in Oslo in 2022. 

Timber for a Liveable Future   

WCTE 2022 Oslo will addresses future global challenges. In 2022 we will demonstrate new timber technology and cutting-edge architecture in order to secure liveable societies in the future.  

Norway has innovative, green ambitions for the future, based on clean nature, historical traditions, new architectural ideas, strong economy and a modern and innovative building industry.

Due to targeted and coordinated work throughout the value chain in the forest and the construction industries, modern Norwegian timber architecture has helped move national and international borders. Norwegian construction and architectural environments are considered to be world-class.

Norway has long been world leader in the construction of large timber structures, such as bridges, long-span buildings and high-rise buildings.

Scientific Consortium Partners WCTE 2022 

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)
The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)
Bergen School of Architecture (BAS)
Norwegian Institute of Wood Technology (Treteknisk)
Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy (NIBIO)

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WCTE 2022 Oslo, June 20-23 2022

The World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE) is the world's premier forum for presenting and discussing the latest technical and architectural developments and innovations in wood or timber construction.

For more information about WCTE 2022 Oslo please contact the WCTE2022 Secretariat: wcte2022@wcte2022.org