We would like to announce an extended deadline of 28th February for the extended abstracts for the Symposium on Energy Geotechnics (SEG23) which will be held in Delft, 3-5 October 2023, organised under the auspices of the ISSMGE Technical Committee 308.
Please find more details of the conference on our conference and how to submit your extended abstract on our website: https://seg23.dryfta.com/. To encourage debate on the latest findings, we invite extended abstracts only (which will be peer reviewed), which will be published open access with their own digital online identifier (doi). No full-length papers will be requested.
You can submit your extended abstract to one of our general sessions or one of the mini symposia which are listed below:
- Energy Geotechnics for Underground Climate Change – convened by Alessandro Rotta Loria and Asal Bidarmaghz
- Induced seismicity – convened by Peter Fokker
- Numerical analysis of energy geostructures – convened by Francesco Cecinato and Fleur Loveridge
- Offshore Geotechnics – convened by Benjamin Cerfontaine and Anaïs Lovera
- Gas migration in geomaterials – convened by Anne-Catherine Dieudonné, Séverine Levasseur and María Victoria Villar
- Multiphysics and multiscale interactions in the context of energy storage and CO2 sequestration – convened by Gabriele Della Vecchia and Guido Musso
We are also delighted to announce that there will be two special issues based on contributions to the symposium in the highly regarded international journals: Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment and Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology. Invitations will be extended to authors to extend their extended abstract into papers. The selection process will be announced in due course.
We look forward to welcoming you to Delft!
The SEG23 organising committee
A Mini-Symposium on “Gas Migration in Geomaterials” will be organised at the Symposium on Energy Geotechnics, to be held in Delft on 3-5 October 2023 (https://seg23.dryfta.com).
This Mini-Symposium is designed as a forum for discussing recent developments and remaining challenges associated with gas migration in geomaterials. We welcome contributions that explore the topic from theoretical, experimental (laboratory and field) and/or numerical perspectives in any energy-related research area.
See the attached flyer for more information.
Submission deadline: February 28, 2023
Anne-Catherine Dieudonné (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Séverine Levasseur (email@example.com) María Victoria Villar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Troyes, France. 14-16 November 2023
Like the first DECOVALEX Symposium in 2019 (http://decovalex-coupled-processessymposium.org/), the event will bring together up to 200 participants discussing aspects of coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical (THMC) processes in geological systems. The focus is on new and exciting advances in areas of coupled processes associated with a broad range of subsurface engineering, starting with radioactive waste disposal and extending to geothermal exploration, geological carbon sequestration, subsurface energy storage, etc. The symposium will also provide insights from the current phase of the international DECOVALEX project (https://decovalex.org/), an international collaboration for advancing the understanding of coupled THMC processes in geological systems.
More information on this pdf file.
Francesco Cecinato and Fleur Loveridge will be convening a Mini Symposium entitled “Numerical analysis of energy geostructures” at SEG23 (3rd Symposium on Energy Geotechnics, see https://lnkd.in/d6Dsvpzh) that will take place in Delft (NL), 3-5 October 2023.
Please submit an extended abstract to this MS via the symposium website. The deadline is currently set to 31 January 2023. Further details can be found on the attached flyer.
We are pleased to announce that an International Symposium dedicated to the memory of Prof. Gyan Pande will be held in Assisi (Italy), May 10-12th, 2023. The Symposium will be focused on the Numerical Analysis of Geomaterials. The scope will cover the traditional areas of geomechanics, including both computational and experimental aspects, as well as application to practical engineering problems. In addition, contributions in the areas related to the use of geomaterials in construction (e.g., masonry and concrete structures) as well as geo-environmental engineering are also welcomed.
The preliminary information on the venue and the registration process is provided on the Symposium website: http://www.nange.info. This site will be continually updated as new information becomes available.
The participants are invited to submit an extended two-page abstract in MS Word (.docx) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf): more information on this pdf file.
A Mini-symposium on “Multiphysics and multiscale interactions in the context of energy storage and CO2 sequestration” is organized at the SEG 23 (Delft, 3-5 October 2023): https://seg23.dryfta.com/16721501461/72-symposium-topics
Interested researchers are invited to submit an abstract (the deadline is January, 31) through the conference website: https://seg23.dryfta.com/accommodations/root/abstract-submission/76-call-for-abstracts
Short description: Geomechanics plays an important role in many applications required to engineer the energy transition. Massive storage of energy and CO2 is planned to be done in geological structures, that will be exposed to unexperienced types of loads. Among those: cyclic pore pressure histories due to seasonal storage/production of energy, thermal loads due to the injection of fluids with different temperatures, bio-chemo-hydro-mechanical processes due to the interaction of dissolved and solid chemical species with low pH fluids, and wetting/drying processes. This mini-symposium aims at bringing together researchers working to foster a deeper understanding of such coupled multiphysics phenomena, which often require a multiscale approach (from particle to the REV, and from the REV to the well or the reservoir scale).
Gabriele Della Vecchia (email@example.com)
Guido Musso (firstname.lastname@example.org)
La direction du Laboratoire 3SR, aidée par Pierre Bésuelle et Cino Viggiani, vous invite à participer à deux demi-journées (26 et 27 Janvier 2023) en l’honneur de Jacques Desrues et de Denis Caillerie. Ces deux demi-journées auront lieu dans l’amphithéâtre du Laboratoire LEGI.
Plus d’informations sont disponibles sur le flyer.
À l’exception de l’exposé de Claudio Tamagnini, cet événement sera entièrement en Français. Il sera également possible d’assister à ces présentations en visioconférence. Ceux qui le souhaitent, peuvent contacter Pierre Bésuelle (email@example.com) et/ou Cino Viggiani (firstname.lastname@example.org) pour obtenir le lien zoom.
The management of the 3SR Laboratory, assisted by Pierre Bésuelle and Cino Viggiani, invites you to participate in two half-days (26 and 27 January 2023) in honour of Jacques Desrues and Denis Caillerie. These two half-days will take place in the amphitheatre of Laboratoire LEGI.
More information is available on the flyer.
With the exception of Claudio Tamagnini’s presentation, this event will be entirely in French. It will also be possible to attend these presentations by videoconference. Those who wish to do so can contact Pierre Bésuelle (email@example.com) and/or Cino Viggiani (firstname.lastname@example.org) to obtain the zoom link.
With great pleasure and honour the Italian Geotechnical Society (AGI) and the Italian Chapter of IGS (AGI-IGS) invite you to attend the 12th International Conference on Geosynthetics, which will be held in Roma, Italy, on September 2023.
Hence the 12ICG intends to become the base for the next step therefore the conference theme will be: Geosynthetics, Leading the Way to a Resilient Planet
More information on this flyer.
We are happy to announce that the upcoming edition of the symposium series on Energy Geotechnics (SEG23) will be held in Delft, 3-5 October 2023, organised under the auspices of the ISSMGE Technical Committee 308. Keynote lectures from prominent researchers and practitioners in the field of energy geotechnics, state-of-the-art lectures and technical sessions focusing on the task forces of the TC 308 will be a part of SEG23. We warmly welcome you to contribute and attend and we look forward to an exciting scientific exchange.
This symposium follows successful conferences and symposiums in: Barcelona in 2015, Kiel in 2016, Lausanne in 2018 and La Jolla in 2022.
Please find more details of the conference on our conference website: https://seg23.dryfta.com/.
The Call for Abstracts is now open – and is presented in the attached pdf. Contributions are welcome on various topics related to energy Geotechnics, including geothermal energy, energy geostructures, energy storage, carbon sequestration, radioactive waste disposal and induced seismicity. Researchers working on these challenging topics are invited to present their most recent advances. Practitioners are invited to share their experience and presentations of case studies is encouraged. To encourage debate on the latest findings, we invite extended abstracts only, which will be published open access with their own digital online identifier (doi). No full-length papers will be requested.
We look forward to seeing you in Delft.
Your local organising committee:
We are organising a one-day hybrid seminar at University College Dublin on 15th Dec Thursday. Speakers from Ireland, China, UK, Netherlands and Denmark will present on Geothermal Energy, Thermal Energy Storage and District Heating.
Participants are welcomed to join through this registration link: https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_USrMng_5TxueCg9m3t8PVg
Please see the attached file for further details.