The International Geosynthetics Society has two exceptional, standalone events being held back-to-back in Munich. The June workshops kick off with the 1st GeoReinforcement Workshop, June 4 – 5. Then, on June 6 – 7, the 1st GeoBarrier Workshop takes place.
Each of the June workshops has a separate registration, but both registrations may be made at the events’ shared online registration page.
JUNE WORKSHOPS IN MUNICH
These highly anticipated gatherings combine presentations from leading practitioners in the field with significant audience discussion time, enabling participants to share project experience, exchange technical concerns and solutions, and network with colleagues who influence diverse applications such as mining, MSE walls, coal ash, waste management, road building, environmental protection, oil and gas, and more.
Each two-day workshop costs 180€.
The June Workshops are being organized by the International Geosynthetics Society through its Technical Committee on Soil Reinforcement (TC-R) and Technical Committee on Bariers (TC-B).
The GeoReinforcement Workshop (June 4 – 5) major topics include:
- Facings of Walls and Steep Slopes
- Use of Recycled and Amended Marginal Backfills in MSE and Reinforced Embankments/Slopes
- Design of Load-carrying MSE Bridge Abutments
- Reinforced Veneer Stability
These half-day sessions will include 21 total presentations, including leading field voices such as Richard Bathurst, George Koerner, John Sankey, Jorge Zornberg, Pietro Rimoldi, and numerous others. View the full program for session-by-session outlines, or see the previous story on Geosynthetica about the GeoReinforcement Workshop.
The GeoBarrier Workshop (June 6 – 7) major topics include:
- Geomembrane Durability
- Geomembrane Protection
- GCL Hydration and Controlling Factors
- Standard Protocols for Construction/Installation Quality Assurance and Quality Control
The contributors list is strong, with contributions scheduled from Kerry Rowe, Helmut Zanzinger, Richard Brachman, Craig Benson, Boyd Ramsey, Sam Allen, and more.
The full list of speakers and topics is available here and in the downloadable program (link below).0