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IFAI seeks geosynthetics professionals to share expertise at 2018–19 conferences

News | January 26, 2018 | By:

The Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI), parent company of Geosynthetics magazine, is inviting civil, environmental and geotechnical engineers; academics; and other geoprofessionals to share their insights with peers at IFAI’s two geosynthetics conferences in 2018–19.

IFAI is now accepting presentations for GeoDallas, presented by the Geosynthetics Conference, to be held in Dallas, Texas, Oct. 16–17, 2017. GeoDallas provides geosynthetics professionals the opportunity learn from short courses, panel discussions, case studies and training lectures. As an added feature, this conference is colocated with the IFAI Expo and CAMX, the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo. GeoDallas registration includes three days of complimentary access to this combined show floor, giving attendees access to a vast network of more than 12,000 professionals in the industrial fabrics, composites and advanced materials industries. Attendees will also have dedicated time to visit the Geosynthetics Pavilion on the show floor.

To submit a presentation, visit Presentations must be submitted by March 15, 2018.

IFAI is also accepting abstracts for the Geosynthetics Conference to be held in Houston, Texas, Feb. 10–13, 2019. Geosynthetics Conference 2019 is a must-attend event featuring more than 1,300 geotechnical practitioners, academics, designers, regulators, contractors and installers coming together at this highly respected trade show and educational event to learn about the latest geosynthetics research, materials, applications and case studies.

To submit an abstract, visit Presentations must be submitted by April 6, 2018.

GeoDallas and the Geosynthetics Conference are sponsored by Geosynthetics magazine, the Geosynthetic Materials Association and IGS North America.

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