Don’t miss out on learning from some of the geosynthetics industry’s most renowned experts in person by booking the Short Courses day at the 12th ICG.
The 12th International Conference on Geosynthetics is just weeks away on September 17-21 and takes place in Rome, Italy. A key highlight of the packed program includes an opening day devoted to Short Courses with five prestigious instructors.
The lectures, all taking place on Sunday, September 17, will be:
- Sanjay Kumar Shukla – ‘Introduction to geosynthetic engineering’.
- Richard J. Bathurst – ‘Geosynthetic reinforced wall structures including seismic aspects’.
- Barry R. Christopher – ‘Filtration and drainage in geosynthetic engineering: principles, practices, and sustainability’.
- Kerry Rowe – ‘Geomembranes and composite liners in landfills and mining: moving forward’.
- Malek Bouazza – ‘Geosynthetic clay liners: from insights to outsights’.
The courses are not included in the conference entry fee and must be booked additionally for either a half-day or full day.
The Short Courses are part of the 12th ICG’s exciting program, which also includes Keynote Lectures from Russell Jones, Seyed Tafreshi, Giuseppe Cardile, and Ben Leshchinsky, and the Giroud Lecture this time to be given by Ennio Palmeira.
There will also be technical sessions, IGS events, and a social programme to include a concert, football match, and gala dinner.
To register, and book onto the Short Courses day, visit here.
For more on the 12th ICG, visit the conference website here.