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Geo Events

Sunday
26 Sep
2021
  • ISC6

  • Budapest, Hungary, 26.09.2021 - 29.09.2021
  • 6th International Conference on Geotechnical and Geophysical Site Characterization

    The ISC conferences are the major events in the life of ISSMGE’s TC102 (Ground Property Characterization from In-Situ Tests).
    Besides the conventional site characterization topics, the conference will also focus on some other recent challenges . As numerical modelling plays a more important role in geotechnical practice, there is an increasing demand for links between in situ test results and material model parameters.

  • http://isc6.org/
Monday
4 Oct
2021
  • Future of Geotechnics

  • Online participation, 04.10.2021 - 05.10.2021
  • Be inspired to think beyond your own borders. What will the World look like in 40 years?

    Join us for a conversation on the future of geotechnical engineering. Themes on Mitigation of and Adaption to Climate Change, and Future and Technology are meant to be inspirational, not educational. This is a chance to broaden your horizons about challenges our world will face and how the geotechnical profession can be a part of engineering the solution for tomorrow. We hope you will continue the conversation in your professional communities.

  • https://www.futureofgeo.org/
Tuesday
2 Nov
2021
  • WLF5

  • Kyoto, Japan, 02.11.2021 - 06.11.2021
  • 5th World Landslide Forum

    This Forum will include a mid-term review of the ISDR-ICL Sendai Partnerships, voluntary contribution to the Sendai Framework 2015-2030 and the Agenda 2030 – Sustainable Development Goals, especially Goal 11 Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

  • https://wlf5.iplhq.org/
Wednesday
16 Mar
2022
  • 60th Rankine Lecture

  • Imperial College London, UK, 16.03.2022 - 16.03.2022
  • The 60th Rankine Lecture, will be delivered by Professor Stephan Jefferis of Environmental Geotechnics Limited

    The title of this year's lecture is: The Unusual and the Unexpected in Geotechnical Engineering: Observation – Analogy – Experiment.

  • https://www.britishgeotech.org/events/291-the-60th-rankine-lecture
Sunday
10 Apr
2022
  • ICEGT-2020

  • La Jolla, California, USA, 10.04.2022 - 13.04.2022
  • 2nd International Conference on Energy Geotechnics

    This conference will provide a platform for interaction, communication, and technology transfer for academic and non-academic parties, including researchers and practitioners, in the broad areas within Energy Geotechnics. See the conference webpage for the wide range of themes to be presented. This conference was postponed to April 2022 due to concerns related to COVID-19.

  • https://icegt-2020.eng.ucsd.edu/home
Sunday
1 May
2022
  • ICSMGE 2022

  • Sydney, Australia, 01.05.2022 - 05.05.2022
  • 20th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering - 2022

    The theme of ICSMGE 2022 is “A Geotechnical Discovery Downunder – Geotechnical Diversity Awaits You”. Discover Australia and discover the innovation that lies where practical problems meet leading theoretical developments. ICSMGE 2022 will focus on the application of theory and the discovery that comes when world-class minds are focussed on the geotechnical problems facing our world.

  • https://www.icsmge2022.org/
Sunday
19 Jun
2022
  • 3ECEES

  • Bucharest, Romania, 19.06.2022 - 24.06.2022
  • Third European Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology (3ECEES)

    3ECEES is aiming at providing a creative and stimulating environment for sharing and tackling the most challenging topics of global importance and interest in Earthquake Engineering and Seismology.

  • https://3ecees.ro/