On Friday afternoon 28 September 2012, Ingeokring will organise a symposium at TU Delft. The title of the symposium will be Engineering in Exotic Environments. The symposium will be held from 13:45 to 18:00 hrs in room 1.98 of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences of TU Delft.
Attending the symposium is free of charge, drinks afterwards are included.
More information can be found:
Ingeokring-symposium-2012.pdf (15 downloads)
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Ingeokring offers companies the possibility to place their logo on this website. Besides sponsoring through an advert in our Newsletter, this is an other possibility to bring your company under the attention of Ingeokring members and others interested in engineering geology. An example of website sponsoring can be found at the Sponsor-page of this website.
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.
The yearly Ingeokring symposium will be held this year at Monday September 26, 2011 at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences of TU Delft. The theme of the symposium will be “Struggles and Fun of Engineering Geology”. Five speakers are confirmed so far:
- Bas Vos (Hydronamic bv/Royal Boskalis Westminster nv)
- Robert Berkelaar (Van Hattum & Blankevoort)
- Robert Hack (ITC)
- Rodriaan Spruit (TU Delft/Gemeentewerken Rotterdam)
- Sonja Karstens (Deltares)Besides interesting lectures from the speakers listed above, during this symposium the price for the best MSc thesis in Engineering Geology 2009-2010 will be awarded.
Look for the announcement of the symposium:
Symposium-2011_1stAnnouncement.pdf (17 downloads)
The 2010 Annual Report of the Ingeokring is out. Download the English version or the Dutch version:
Annual_report_Ingeokring_2010sm.pdf (19 downloads)
Jaarverslag_Ingeokring_2010.pdf (18 downloads)
In May, Whittles Publishing will publish the Manual of Soil Laboratory Testing (Volume 2: Permeability, Shear Strength and Compressibility Tests) by K.H. Head and R. Epps. This is the second volume of a series of three and relates to Parts 1, 5 and 7 of BS 1377:1990, plus the California bearing ratio (CBR) test in Part 4.
Please lookfor the press release about the book:
Man_Soil_vol_II_PR.pdf (19 downloads)
The book can be purchased through the website of Whittles Publishing.
A.P. van den Berg, the company from Heerenveen that has more than 40 years experience in designing and producing soil investigation technologies, has announced that it has succesfully tested its newest deep water CPT system, the Deep Water WISON-APB.
Click for the press release:
AP_van_den_Berg_successfully_tests_newest_deep_water_technology.pdf (22 downloads)
CIRIA (Construction Industry Research and Information Association) is the UK equivalent of our own CUR. CIRIA also publishes handbookes, manuals, guidelines etc. on a regular basis. Recently, a few new publications have seen daylight. Some of them will be listed below.
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