63rd Annual Geotechnical Engineering Conference
This is the 63rd offering of the University of Minnesota Geotechnical Engineering Conference. The Planning Committee, whose members represent the contracting industry, government agencies, the University, and consulting engineers, has developed a program offering technical information and discussion on current topics for the geotechnical engineering community. Topics at the conference will cover organic soil, use of explosive compaction, soil nailing, subgrade stabilization using geosynthetics, urban landslides, augercast piles, and recent case histories. The conference provides a forum to interact with peers, meet specialty contractors, and hear researchers and practitioners discuss theory and application of geomechanics. Civil engineers, environmental engineers, geoengineers, contractors, and geologists with an interest in geotechnical engineering will benefit by attending this conference.
Current Conference Details
|Date:||February 20, 2015|
Continuing Education and Conference Center
St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota
Department of Civil, Environmental, Geo- Engineering, University of
Minnesota Geotechnical Society
Geo-Institute of ASCE
Two half-day short courses on February 19, 2015
- Design of Soil Nail Walls
- Design of Augered Cast-in-Place and Drilled Displacement Piles
Conference Registration information
Pre-Conference Banquet, Thursday, February 19, 2015
Continuing Education and Conference Center, St. Paul Campus
The Minnesota Geotechnical Society (MGS) hosts a dinner meeting of the Minnesota Section of ASCE the night before the conference. The meeting will be held at the Continuing Education and Conference Center, 1890 Buford Avenue, on the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota, in the Courtyard Room. The Kersten Lecturer for the conference, Dr. Arvid Landva, will be the featured speaker. The dinner reception begins at 6 P.M. Visit the MGS web site events page for further details and registration information as the conference date approaches.
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