Follow IGS Videos on YouTube

The International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) continues to diversify its educational offerings, holding major in-person conferences, supporting webinars, opening its vault of technical papers to the world, and, increasingly, posting videos.

The IGS YouTube Channel includes a number of notable entries that IGS members and affiliated geotechnical professionals are encouraged to subscribe to and follow.

IGS University Online Lecture Series

The new IGS University Online Lecture Series provides high-quality lectures from leading practitioners on key topics in the field. Four lectures have been added in the past couple months with more to come. The current offerings:

 

Educate the Educators

The Educate the Educators initiative has delivered top-tier training to university and college professors around the world. The program provides example lectures and helps higher education leaders incorporate geosynthetics into their active curricula.

This IGS video explains the program. Get involved!

Sustainability

Few endeavors have become as important to the IGS than sustainability. Geosynthetics play an enormous role in improving the economics and sustainable performance of modern infrastructure.

(Have you visited the IGS’s new Sustainability page?)

On the YouTube Channel, the IGS shares important sustainability-focused videos such as Dr. Nathalie Touze’s Giroud Lecture (“Healing the World: A Geosynthetics Solution”) and the Geosynthetics for Sustainable Development presentation that is also available in Chinese, French, German, Korean, and Portuguese.

 

Two for a Few

The IGS Two for a Few series brings together major figures in geosynthetics and engineering for short conversations. Current installments include:

These are just some of the offerings on the IGS YouTube Channel. Many more items are forthcoming. Learn more and follow the videos here.

Categories: News

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*

twenty + twelve =

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.