Ingeokring has established an award for best thesis in the field of Engineering Geology submitted to a Dutch university or institute of higher education. The award consists of 500 euro and a certificate, to be handed out at the annual Ingeokring autumn symposium. More information can be found in this information leaflet.
From June 16-22, 2013 Surveying Geology & mining Ecology Management (SGEM) will organize in Albena, Bulgaria the SGEM 2013: 13th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference & Expo.
All interested in the development of contemporary geoscience on a local, regional and global scale are kindly invited to submit abstracts of their unpublished researches. The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 10, 2013. More information about SGEM 2013 is published on the conference website. The third announcement can be found here.
From 24-25 September 2013, the International Symposium & 9th Asian Regional IAEG Conference will be held in Beijing, China. The conference, which will be organized by IAEG's China National Group, has as theme Global View of Engineering Geology and the Environment.
From 15-18 September 2014, the twelfth IAEG Congress will be held in Torino, Italy. This Congress marks the 50th anniversary and has as theme Engineering Geology for Society and Territory. Please check out the Congress website for more information.
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Costs attached to sponsoring the website through a logo or banner are 300 euro per year. For more information, please contact Ingeokring through the details listed in the contact section.
Marine sand and gravel continue to make an important contribution to the development of European economies, with demand expanding for numerous end uses - particularly in construction and flood and coastal defence. To address this potential for increased demand around Europe, techniques for the investigation, development and management of new reserves require continuous improvement.