On Saturday August the 25th 2018, the “Rock mass description in the Bentheimer” excursion was organised. Hereby we present you a spherical and geological impression:
Furthermore, Robert Hack (University Twente/ITC) wrote a report on the excursion to the Romberg Quarry, Gildehaus (Germany), in where the Slope Stability Probability Classification (SSPC) had been applied on several slopes in the quarry. Click on the pdf-file below to read this report:
Hack - Excursion to the Romberg Quarry, Gildehaus, Germany (2018)
(type: .pdf | grootte: 3 MB | 11 downloads )
A message from our colleagues of the ISRM:
On behalf of the Organizing Committee I am pleased to announce that we now have opened the Abstract Submission for EUROCK 2020, to be held in Trondheim in June 2020. Please find enclosed some information on the Conference and the Abstract Submission process.
EUROCK 2020 is the International Symposium of the ISRM in 2020. The Conference will be organised jointly by the Norwegian Group for Rock Mechanics and Tekna (The Norwegian Society of Graduate Technical and Scientific Professionals).
I would now like to invite you to submit your abstracts, please visit our Abstract Portal. Please also note the Abstract Submission closing date: June 1st 2019.
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From 20 – 24 April 2020, the Tenth International Symposium on Land Subsidence (TISOLS) will take place in the Netherlands: in the cities of Delft and Gouda.
Hereby we would like to announce that the call for abstracts has been opened. The deadline for submitting abstracts is at 31 March 2019!
Check the website https://www.tisols2020.org for more information and the latest updates!
On behalf of the ISRM we would like to announce the following:
It is a pleasure to contact you and invite students of your country to join us at the RockBowl game!
We are organizing the second edition of RockBowl to occur during the International Congress on Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (ISRM 2019). It is a game of questions and answers, in which competing student teams are challenged to answer technical and non-technical questions about rock mechanics.
The prizes are:
- $ 1.000,00 for each student of the winning team;
- A drone for the best player.
Please spread the attached folder for the universities of your country and be sure that your nation is represented. We are contacting all National Groups of ISRM and inviting them to join us!
Please note that there is a limited number of teams on this competition. Registration opens at January 1st, 2019.
The 2018 Ingeokring-TU Delft symposium “Engineering Geology as an eye-opener to Civil Engineering” was fully dedicated to Peter Verhoef. It has been a great success with more than 100 participants. The speakers, all ex-students and/or ex-colleagues of Peter gave a vibrant homage to Peter before providing an excellent insight into the challenging projects to which they (have) contribute(d) to the success.
Peter has been instrumental to the education of many Delft trained engineering geologists. He is also considered as mentor by many of his ex-colleagues and has opened many eyes on the added value of engineering geology approach to most ground engineering projects.
The board of the Ingeokring offers Peter its best wishes for his retirement and is very glad to count him as its IAEG representative.
The board also thanks all participants to the symposium. By attending the symposium in mass, you proved that Peter’s impact on the development of engineering geology in the Netherlands is huge.
Dominique Ngan-Tillard & John Adrichem, organizers of the 2018 symposium.
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On behalf of the Ingeokring Board and TU Delft, we are pleased to announce the 2018 Ingeokring Autumn Symposium:
“A tribute to Peter Verhoef: Engineering Geology as an eye-opener for Civil Engineering”
Date: Friday 23 November 2018 from 13:00h to 18:00h
Location: Building 26, Van der Burghweg 1 in Delft
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Call for contributions
We would like to invite you to submit a contribution for a half a day Mini-symposium on “Deep Underground Engineering and Data Mining” to be held during the 3rd International Conference on Information Technology in Geo-Engineering organized by University of Minho and Portuguese Geotechnical Society under the auspices of the Joint Technical Committee 2 (JTC2) on Representation of Geo-Engineering Data of the Federation of International GeoEngineering Societies (FedIGS) in Guimarães, Portugal in 29 September – 2 October, 2019. Details of the conference can be found in the conference website.
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