The 1st International Conference on Sustainability in Geotechnical Engineering – Geodiversity & Resilience (1st ICSGE’21) - POSTPONED

The 1st International Conference on Sustainability in Geotechnical Engineering – Geodiversity & Resilience (1st ICSGE’21) - POSTPONED

Description

The 1st International Conference on Sustainability in Geotechnical Engineering – Geodiversity & Resilience (1st ICSGE’21) is organized by the National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC), under the auspices of SPG/CPGA and ISSMGE TC307, and support of ISSMGE TC215 and TC308, and will take place at the Congress Center of LNEC (Lisboa, Portugal), from 27 to 30 June 2021 (Website: http://icsge.lnec.pt).

The deadline for sending Abstracts is 31 March 2020 (accepted papers will be published in the Springer Series in Geomechanics and Geoengineering, indexed by Scopus and EI).

Organizer

The National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC)

Contact Information

  • Contact person: LNEC Congress Centre Secretariat
  • Address: Avenida do Brasil, 101 1700-066 Lisboa
  • Phone: (+351) 218 443 483
  • Email: formacao@lnec.pt

Website

http://icsge.lnec.pt/

Email

formacao@lnec.pt

Additional Information

Sustainability is considered to be a top priority for all mankind by United Nations. With that goal in mind, ISSMGE technical committee TC 307, aims to monitor, produce and disseminate information regarding the contribution of geotechnical design and construction to sustainable development. This contribution includes adopting environment-friendly, cost-effective and socially-acceptable choices. In line with United Nations concerns, the first conference on sustainability in geotechnical engineering is being organized by LNEC, with the following goals: To contribute and to disseminate information on sustainability and resilience-related issues in geotechnical engineering. To offer an exceptional opportunity for exchanges between specialists in the various disciplines. To offer the widest possible forum to young or new authors. To give innovation an opportunity, by welcoming papers devoted to new materials, techniques and applications. To give an outlook of the future. To offer a high scientific and technical level to match the expectations of all participants.