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Geosynthetics Conference 2023 opens Call for Proposals

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Jie Han, Ph.D., of the University of Kansas, delivers the Koerner Award Lecture “Geosynthetic-reinforced column-supported embankments: Bridging theory and practice” at GeoNashville 2021. Photograph by Mark Skalny/Mark Skalny Photography

Start making plans to be part of the technical program at the Geosynthetics Conference 2023, Feb. 5–8, 2023, in Kansas City, Mo. This is your chance to propose and organize a session. Proposals can include technical paper sessions, panel discussions, in-depth two-hour workshops or any type of unique special session you have in mind. Be creative and have fun with the proposal; the conference encourages you to think about new topics and formats.

Geosynthetics Conference 2023 will be co-located with the International Erosion Control Association’s (IECA) Annual Conference and Expo 2023. Attendees will have access to the education at both events. Plan for a varied audience.

Note: Short Course submissions are full. Although no additional Short Courses will be added at this time, two-hour workshops are still an option.

Submission timeline

Proposal deadline: Feb. 15, 2022

Notification of acceptance: Mar. 1, 2022

Click here to submit a proposal.

Questions? Contact Barbara Connett, Geosynthetics Conference 2023 General Secretary, via email or by phone at +1 651 225 6914.



Bridges and Foundations

Case Histories

Conveyance and Storage

Dams and Levees



Environmental (waste containment, tailings, etc.)


Geo-Hazards Mitigation

Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Geosynthetic Testing and Properties

Ground Improvement



Innovative Applications


Mining and Drilling

New Materials

Other Geosynthetic Applications or Topic

Paved Roads

Shoreline and Water Protection

Soil Erosion

Unpaved Roads

Walls, Embankments and Slopes

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