2019 Sydney Symposium
Innovations in Geotechnical Construction and Design
The Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS) Sydney Chapter is holding its 23rd annual symposium on Friday 15 November 2019, on ‘Innovations in Geotechnical Construction and Design’.
Call for Abstracts
The symposium forms part of the continuing program of events organised by the AGS Sydney Chapter. It aims to keep the engineering industry informed of recent innovations in geotechnical engineering design and construction, as well as the challenges and opportunities out there.
The symposium will showcase state-of-the-art practices, new research findings and case histories that demonstrate innovations in geotechnical design and construction. The organising committee invites papers on geotechnical aspects of transport infrastructure construction, site characterisation, numerical simulation, collapsed structures, reliability analysis and new insights into experiences, technologies and strategies.
The symposium presents an opportunity for professional engineers, researchers, specialist contractors, regulators, educators and students to meet and share their knowledge and experiences in geotechnical engineering.
- Ali Parsa, JK Geotechnics (Organising Committee Coordinator)
- Sam Mirlatifi, John Holland (AGS-Sydney Chapter Chair/National Representative)
- Hadi Khabbaz, University of Technology Sydney
Hulskamp, JK Geotechnics
- Cholachat Rujikiat-
kamjorn, University of Wollongong
- AHM Kamruzzaman (Zaman), RMS
- Tony Gourlay, Mott MacDonald
- Miren Barinaga, Bachy Soletanche
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.