The Netherlands Student Award for Engineering Geology is a two yearly prize for the best Master of Science (MSc) research thesis in the field of Engineering Geology submitted to a Dutch university or institute of higher education. The prize is established by The Ingeokring. And this year’s prize goes to:
MSc Geo-Engineering, CEG, Delft University of Technology
For her thesis:
“Pile installation in submerged sandy slopes: Assessing liquefaction-induced instability”.
And was defended in October 2017.
The Ingeokring congratulates Pascale with here amazing work! Her name has been added now to the Ingeokring’s Hall of Fame.
Two old Ingeokring Newsletters has been found in one of our members’s archives. He scanned the more than 27 years old original hard copies, and sent these issues back to us:
These two Newsletters has been added to our existing Newletter database going back to September 1983!
The Ingeokring would like to thank Arie for his fantastic job!!
On behalf of the Ingeokring Board and TU Delft, we are pleased to announce the 2019 Ingeokring Autumn Symposium dedicated to:
“Post-mining risk management in the Netherlands”
Date: Friday 15 November 2019, 13:00 to 17:10
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Location: TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, room 1.98, Stevinweg 1, 2628 CN Delft
Four keynote speakers will focus on risk identification and prevention activities to ensure the safety of decommissioned coal mining sites in Limburg:
▪ 13:40 “The legacy of coal mining in Limburg” by ir. Hans Roest, Staatstoezicht op de Mijnen
▪ 14:30 “Dealing with Post-Mining-Hazards. From theoretical approach to practical remediation” by dr. Johannes Klünker, Ingenieursbüro Heitfeld-Schetelig GmbH, Aachen, Germany
▪ 15:20 “The regional information centre” by ir. Jaap Spaans, Informatiecentrum Nazorg Steenkoolwinning
▪ 15:50 “Administrative aspects of aftercare of coal mining in Limburg” by ir. Frank Denys, Energie en Klimaat, Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat
On behalf of the Geotechnical Society of Paraguay (SPG), I am pleased to inform that we will be hosting the IX Latin American Rock Mechanics Symposium in Asuncion – Paraguay on September 20th to 22nd, 2021. Furthermore, we are postulating Asuncion as Candidate City for the venue of the 2021 ISRM International Symposium at the upcoming Council Meeting in Foz do Iguaçu – Brazil in September, to be held jointly with the IX Latin American Congress (former South American Congress). We would very much appreciate your support for this event.
Asuncion-for-ISRM-International-Symposium-2021.pdf (139 downloads)
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We are happy to announce the programme of our summer excursion to Pfalz, Germany.
Saturday 7th September:
° 12.00: Meet at Remigiusbergstraße 32, 66871 Haschbach am Remigiusberg
° 12.00 – 13.00: Lunch in Zur Alten Probstei
° 13.00 – 20.00: Quarry visit and museum visit, Thallichtenberg
° Overnight stay in Reweschnier hotel, Blaubach (near Kusel)
Sunday 8th September:
° 10.30: Departure to Idar Oberstein
° 11.00: Visit to Idar Oberstein (Gemstone museum)
° 12.00: Lunch
° 13.00: Geological walk (optional)
A more detailed program will follow soon.
The cost of the excursion is 100 EUR and includes the lunch on Saturday 7th, the night at in Reweschnier hotel (in single room) and all visits. Partners can join for an additional 80 Euro.
There are 15 places available. In order to register for the summer excursion, please send an email to email@example.com as soon as possible and before 30th August.
We look forward to seeing you in Germany !
On Friday May 17th 2019, the Ingeokring organized an excursion to the RijnlandRoute in Leiden.
After all the participants arrived, Anne Bäcker (Arthe C&S) started her presentations: first, about the design of the tunnel, its concrete segments, and the cross passages, all this in relation to then challenging geology of the area. Furthermore, she gave us a tour guide before entering the site of the TBM launch shaft.
But before we actually went to the launch shaft site, we had an archaeological intermezzo: René Isarin ( RijnlandRoute / Provincie Zuid-Holland) explained why and how the Romans established in the Leiden area 2000 years ago. This is due to the archaeological excavations in the sandy deposits along the river Old Rhine: many objects, and rudiments of Roman residences, fortresses, and road sections have been discovered.
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He described how the Romans set up their settlements and how they build their roads. For example: the majority of their roads along the Limes border (along the Dutch part of the Rhine) have been strengthened with oak trees dated from exactly the same year! This indicates an early demonstration of a design process concerning harvesting trees and logistical challenges.
On Friday May 17th 2019, the Ingeokring organizes an excursion to the RijnlandRoute in Leiden. During this excursion, a presentation will given about the design of the tunnel and its cross passages. All this with a geologic ‘dressing’. Moreover the TBM launch shaft will be visited as well. In the launch shaft the TBM is currently being assembled these days.
The excursion takes place in the afternoon from 14:00 to about 17:00 hours.
For more information about the project, visit the contractors combination’s (Comol5) website (in Dutch).
If you are interested, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org including your first and last name and phone number.
Please sign up quickly, because maximum size of the group is only 15 persons!