AGS Sydney Symposium 2023
Sustainable Geotechnics in Design, Materials, Construction and Maintenance
The Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS) Sydney Chapter is holding its 27th annual Symposium on Friday 10 November 2023, ‘Sustainable Geotechnics in design, materials, construction and maintenance’. The symposium forms part of the continuing program of events organised by the AGS Sydney Chapter. It aims to encourage ideas and discussions about one of the key aspects of design, construction and research which are becoming more prevalent in industry and academia.
The symposium will showcase state-of-the- art practices, new research findings and case histories that demonstrate sustainable design, construction and development.
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.
Sponsorship packages and opportunities are available for the symposium. More information is available in the Sponsorship Opportunities flyer.
Potential sponsors are invited to contact Saman Zargarbashi via [email protected]
- Mehdi Tamadon, GHD (Organising Committee Coordinator)
- Ali Parsa, JK Geotechnics
- Hadi Khabbaz, University of Technology Sydney
- Cholachat Rujikiat-kamjorn, University of Technology Sydney
- Saman Zargarbashi, WSP
- Sam Mirlatifi, GHD
- AHM Kamruzzaman (Zaman), TfNSW
- Alice Clark, Aurecon
- Meysam Safavian, SLR
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