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Only a month until 10ICG

News | August 25, 2014 | By:

10th international geosynthetics event Sept. 21-25 in Berlin.

Just four weeks until the 10th International Conference on Geosynthetics (10ICG) in Berlin, Germany, Sept. 21-25.

The technical program is now complete:

Giroud Lecture
Challenges and recent progress in the analysis, design and performance prediction of geosynthetic reinforced soil walls

by Richard Bathurst
Welcome Lecture
History and Actual State of Geosynthetic Applications in Germany

by Georg Heerten

Keynote Lectures:

  • Natural Disaster Mitigation by using construction methods with geosynthetics (Landslides, Flooding, Earthquake)
    by Dennes Bergado, Michael Heibaum and Fumio Tatsuoka
  • Environmental benefits by using construction methods with geosynthetics
    by Holger Wallbaum
  • Costs savings by using construction methods with geosynthetics
    by Barry Christopher

From the 10ICG Organizing Committee:
If you have not yet decided to participate in this event, it is now time to do so. Do not miss the opportunity to visit 120 exhibitors from the geotechnics and the geosynthetics profession, to meet 1,200 expected participants for the Soil Mechanics Conference and the more than 800 participants for the 10ICG. The conference is a perfect platform for scientific and commercial exchanges. The exhibitors will show the latest product developments in this field and the lectures and technical sessions will give you the latest in R&D, design, and installation experience. The special training sessions focus in detail on subjects of practical importance.

Do not miss this opportunity to be informed on the latest developments in our professional field-register now.

With kind regards and perhaps we will meet in Berlin,
Gerhard Bräu and Kirsten Laackmann
10ICG Organizing Committee

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Source: 10ICG

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