Make A Date In Your Diary With IGS

The IGS is gearing up to deliver an eclectic series of global events this year.

From barriers to dams, containment to landslides, we have a range of diversely themed conferences, events and symposiums to inspire and educate.

Activities for IGS’s Young Members are at the forefront of our planning, with competitions, a chance to present student papers, and job opportunities.

Highlights this year include a packed programme at GeoAmericas 2020, the 4th PanAmerican Conference on Geosynthetics, from April 26-29 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and EuroGeo7 – the 7th European Geosynthetics Conference – in Warsaw, Poland, in September.

Other events include:

* January 20-23 IGS’s Reinforcement and Barriers Technical Committees workshops in Barcelona, Spain.

* April 4-10 88th Annual Meeting of the International Commission on Large Dams and Symposium on the Sustainable Development of Dams and River in New Delhi, India.

* May 12-13 IGS UK Chapter Symposium focused on Containment Engineering and Brownfield Remediation in Manchester, UK.

* May 27-31 10th Chinese National Conference on Geosynthetics, Chengdu, China.

* June 15-19 13th International Symposium on Landslides in Cartagena, Columbia.

* June 24-25 International Conference on Geotechnical Engineering Education in Athens, Greece.

* August 30-September 2 4th International Conference on Transportation Geotechnics in Chicago, USA.

Our individual country Chapters are also very active, creating interesting events in response to members’ interests.

New events are being added to the calendar all the time so remember to regularly check it here. Attendance helps boost your networking circle, expands your knowledge and is vital in advancing the conversation on geosynthetics. With events delivered by the world’s premier society for geosynthetic technologies, make it your New Year’s resolution to get more involved!

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