Prague Geotechnical Days 2022 with Prague Geotechnical Lecture by prof. Cino Viggiani

Everyone is cordially invited to attend Prague Geotechnical Days 2022, scheduled for May 23-24, which include Prague Geotechnical Lecture by prof. Cino Viggiani entitled “Recent Developments in Laboratory Testing of Geomaterials with Emphasis on Imaging Processes”. More details can be found at www.issmge.cz.

The programme can be seen below or in this picture.

Programme for May 23, 2022:

9:15-9:50
Prof. Lidija Zdravkovic
Imperial College of Science and technology, UK
“Parameter-derivation for advanced geotechnical design”

9:50-10:25
Prof. Torsten Wichtmann
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany,
“Investigations on the seismic slope stability for planned lakes in opencast mines in the Rhenish lignite mining area”

10:25-11:00
Dr. Hendrik Sturm(1), Prof. Youhu Zhang(2)
(1) DNV, Norway
(2) Southeast University, China
“Cyclic Laterally Loaded Piles – Laboratory Testing, Model Testing and Numerical Analyses”

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-12:05
prof. Daniela Boldini,
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy,
“The excavation of the Brenner Base tunnel under the Alps: an insight into the rock-mass behaviour and TBM performance”

12:05-12:40
Prof. Helmut Schweiger
Graz University of Technology, Austria,
“Numerical prediction of performance of pull-out test of ground anchors utilizing in-situ and laboratory testing”

12:40-13:40 Lunch break

13:40-14:15
Dr. Jakub Panuška,
STU Bratislava, SK
“Processing of data from engineering geological survey: Machine learning approach”

14:15-14:50
Prof. Matthew Richard Coop,
University College London, UK,
“Static Liquefaction in Tailings”

14:50-14:55
Quido Záruba Prize Ceremony

14:55-15:10
Presentation of Quido Záruba Prize Winner

15:10-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-17:00
PGL
prof. Gioacchino Viggiani
Université Grenoble Alpes, France
“Recent developments in laboratory testing of geomaterials with emphasis on imaging processes”

Programme for May 24, 2022:

9:00-12:00
prof. Gioacchino Viggiani
Université Grenoble Alpes, France
“3D experimental micromechanics at the grain scale: what for?”

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