The Future of Geotechnics
Please start making arrangements to join us for AGS QLD’s 2016 full day symposium.
This year’s theme revolves around “The Future of Geotechnics”.
Presentations include (click the link to view):
- Mark Cassidy – The Future of Offshore Geotechnics
(Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, The University of Western Australia)
- James Glastonbury – Disruptive Technologies and a view of the Future for Geotechnical Practice
- Thayalan Nallarulanantham – The Influence of Construction ‘Side Effects’ in Geotechnical Engineering
- Phillip Pells – Is there nothing new under the Sun?
- Burt Look – Geotechnics – Back to the Future
(Foundation Specialists Group)
- Robert May – Geotechnics – Rising to the Extraordinary Challenges of the New Millennium
- Jinsong Huang – Factor of safety or risk, how should we face uncertainty?
(The University of Newcastle)
- D.J. Klingberg – The Use of Advanced Thermal Integrity Profiling (TIP) to Aid Pile Modelling
Note that 2016 will see AGS QLD’s annual symposium move forward from its traditional October timeslot to 16 June. This move has been made to prevent a cluttered QLD technical conference event calendar in the second half of the year.
We hope you enjoyed the 2016 Symposium.
Engineers Australia members participating in AGS technical sessions can record attendance on their personal CPD logs. Members should refer to Engineers Australia CPD policy for details on CPD types, requirements and auditing guidelines.