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Showcase Your Expertise In Warsaw

The organizers of EuroGeo 7 have invited the geosynthetics industry’s foremost thinkers to ‘show what they know’ in 2020.

EuroGeo 7 is the 7th European Geosynthetics Conference, following previous events in Ljubljana, Valencia and other major European cities. The event will run from September 6th to 9th in the centre of the Polish capital, with more than 600 attendees expected to attend.

The IGS Polish Chapter has already received many promising abstracts ahead of the conference, but has now extended its deadline to give others the chance to submit abstracts of up to 400 words. The best submissions will be shared amongst a worldwide audience at the event.

Conference organizers are keen to receive submissions covering the full range of geosynthetics uses, as well as considerations such as life-cycle performance, cost-savings, sustainability and quality control.

IGS Poland Chapter Chair and show organizer Jacek Kawalec said: “We are thrilled that Poland will host EuroGeo 7. We see it as an opportunity to not only showcase the exciting opportunities our region has for the industry, but also to highlight great thinking and news from across the IGS membership. It’s imperative that we receive more abstracts so that we can truly make the most of this event.”

The deadline for abstracts has now been extended to October 31st. Submitting an abstract takes only a few minutes and can be done online at Organizers hope to exceed the number of abstracts submitted at EuroGeo 6.

IGS Poland Chapter Vice Chair Jakub Bryk said: “This is the largest geosynthetics event ever held in central Europe and will contain three full days of lectures. We have kept admission prices low in order to attract as many people as possible, and expect many new attendees – not only from within the IGS community, but also from civil engineering, contracting, designing and specifying backgrounds too.

“Our mission is to educate the industry, which is why we want manufacturers, designers and academics to share their news and ideas via the abstract process. We look forward to receiving their submissions!”

To read more about EuroGeo 7, and to register at the early bird price, please visit