TC102 In-Situ Testing

Ground Property Characterization from In-Situ Tests

Host Member Society: United States

Short name: In-Situ Testing (TC102)

Website: TC102 - In-situ testing

Recent CPT'22 Conference in Bologna, Italy on June 8-10, 2022


Upcoming 7th international conference on Site Characterization (ISC-7): Barcelona, Spain in June 2024


ISC'5 2016 Proceedings are now available online for free!

ISSMGE is pleased to announce that all papers published in the 5th International Conference on Geotechnical and Geophysical Site Characterisation (ISC'5) that was held in Queensland, Australia in 2016 are now available through the ISSMGE online library.



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To promote the utilization and improve the interpretation of in-situ testimg methods:

The use of in-situ tests for subsurface characterization continues to grow in both research and industry. New devices as well as variants of existing devices continue to be developed, as do improved methods for correction, manipulation, interpretation, and property estimation of generated data. Areas where rapid growth is occuring includes visualation of data sets and the use of machine learning for data analysis and property estimation. The critical role in-situ tests have in geotechnical engineering practice has been particularly evident recently in the areas of tailings impoundments and offshore foundations and pipelines, and further highlighted through penertration testing on Mars. Ongoing committee activities, including specialty conferences such as the ISC and CPT conference series continue to promote the development and use of in-situ tests.  

Interactive communication between TC102 members:

Committee activities are oriented to facilitate communications, connections, and collaborations between individual practicioners and resarchers as well as at higher organizational levels, including national and regional groups and associations. The committee website is maintained as a resource for individuals to identify experts in the field. Committee meetings, in-person and online, are used to continue to commicate and update members on ongoing and upcoming activities. Repreentation by committee members to their national and regional societies are used to leverage and support synergistic activities. Strong participation in the ISCMGE conference every four years, as well as supporting organization of the In situ Site Characterization conference series and the Cone Penetration Conference series, both typically held every 4 years represent broader efforts to engage and assemble the international community of industry and research experts. The committee also provides a supporting role to other synergistic activities when apporpriate. 

To host and endorse international conferences, symposiums and other events:

The committee has a long-standing tradition and committement to being heavily engaged in the ICSMGE conference every four years, often serving to organize several technical sessions. In addition, the committee is the primary supporter of the In situ Site Characterization conference series and the Cone Penetration Conference series, both typically held every 4 years represent broader efforts to engage and assemble the international community of industry and research experts. The committee also provides strong support for other specialty conferences, such as for the pressuremeter and flat dilatometer, as well as for national and regional conference activities. The committee also selects and facilitates the James K. Mitchell honorary lecture, with the lecture given every 2-4 years at either the ICSMGE conference or one of the themed ISC or CPT conferences. 

 

Diffusion of Ground Characterization importance for Geotechnical Engineering:

The products of activities supported by the committee, including conference proceedings as well as additonal keynote lectures and online webinar material, continue to effective disseminate the contributions and importance of the in-situ site characteization field. There are additional opportunities to more directly communicate its importance to the broader society, and the committee is interested to hearing ideas that committee members and others may have.  

# Type Full Name Country
1 Chair Jason DeJong United States
2 Vice Chair Paola Monaco Italy
3 Secretary Marcos Arroyo Spain
4 Nominated by TC Chair Joek Peuchen Netherlands
5 Nominated by TC Chair Serge Varaksin France
6 Nominated by TC Chair Richard Kelly Australia
7 Nominated Member Mayu Tincopa Peru
8 Nominated Member Chih-ping Lin Chinese Taipei
9 Nominated Member Yu Wang Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
10 Corresponding Member Adrian McCallum Australia
11 Nominated Member Sara Amoroso Italy
12 Corresponding Member Guido Gottardi Italy
13 Nominated Member Laurin Hauser Austria
14 Nominated Member Simon Oberhollenzer Austria
15 Nominated Member Gunnar Nilsson Sweden
16 Corresponding Member Paolo Simonini Italy
17 Corresponding Member Giorgio Pezzetti Italy
18 Nominated Member Laura Tonni Italy
19 Nominated Member james sharp Canada
20 Corresponding Member Sadik Oztoprak Turkey
21 Nominated Member Luisa Dhimitri Albania
22 Corresponding Member Hermann Peiffer Belgium
23 Nominated Member Taeseo Ku Singapore
24 Nominated Member Choong-Ki Chung South Korea
25 Nominated Member JONG-SUB LEE South Korea
26 Nominated Member Koen Haelterman Belgium
27 Corresponding Member Wouter Vervaele Belgium
28 Nominated Member Isabel Lopes Portugal
29 Nominated Member Antonio Viana da Fonseca Portugal
30 Corresponding Member Carlos Rodrigues Portugal
31 Nominated Member Bahram Amini Iran
32 Nominated Member P. Anbazhagan India
33 Nominated Member Mustafa Karaman Turkey
34 Corresponding Member Sanjeev Kumar Garg India
35 Nominated Member Andrei Constantin Olteanu Romania
36 Nominated Member Zeynep ÇEKİNMEZ BAYRAM Turkey
37 Nominated Member Jacques MONNET France
38 Corresponding Member Lou Areias Belgium
39 Corresponding Member Patrick Mengé Belgium
40 Nominated Member Xiaoqiang Gu China
41 Corresponding Member ZHONGKUN OUYANG China
42 Nominated Member Irene Rocchi Denmark
43 Corresponding Member Huayang Lei China
44 Nominated Member Tirawat Boonyatee Thailand
45 Nominated Member Susit Chaiprakaikeow Thailand
46 Nominated Member Peng Kelvin Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
47 Nominated Member Priscilla Paniagua Norway
48 Nominated Member An-Bin Huang Chinese Taipei
49 Nominated Member Tien Dung Nguyen Vietnam
50 Nominated Member Denis Kalumba South Africa
51 Nominated Member Gerhard Heymann South Africa
52 Corresponding Member ZHONGKUN OUYANG China
53 Nominated Member Arny Lengkeek Netherlands
54 Nominated Member Paulus P. Rahardjo Indonesia
55 Nominated Member Kaushik Bandyopadhyay India
56 Nominated Member Guojun Cai China
57 Nominated Member Ángel Tijera Spain
58 Nominated Member VICTOR ALEJANDRO RINALDI Argentina
59 Nominated Member Emőke Imre Hungary
60 Nominated Member Barry Lehane Australia
61 Nominated Member Paul Mayne United States
62 Nominated Member Allan McConnell Australia
63 Nominated Member Daniel Rom United States
64 Nominated Member Heraldo Giacheti Brazil
65 Nominated Member Zbigniew Młynarek Poland
66 Corresponding Member Diego Marchetti Italy
67 Nominated Member Jędrzej Wierzbicki Poland
68 Nominated Member Philippe REIFFSTECK France
69 Nominated Member Yan P. Chandra Indonesia
70 Corresponding Member Jay Kumar Shukla India
71 Nominated Member Kristoffer Kåsin Norway
72 Nominated Member Hiroyuki Tanaka Japan
73 Nominated Member Mamoru Mimura Japan
74 Nominated Member Mike Long Ireland
75 Nominated Member John Powell United Kingdom
76 Nominated Member Darren Ward United Kingdom

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