IABSE Newsletter 2016/03

IABSE Newsletter 2016/03



19th Congress of Stockholm 2016

The Final Invitation for the 19th Congress of IABSE Stockholm 2016 (September 21-23, 2016) is available. The main theme ‘Design and Construction of an Innovative and Sustainable Built Environment' is a highly topical one. A very interesting congress with a lot of exciting presentations is anticipated: over 500 abstracts have been received and the review of full papers is ongoing. The Programme will include parallel scientific sessions as well as technical sessions and industrial sessions. Poster sessions will be organised in an electronic format. Topics are related to both fundamentals and applications in a global theme context.

Early Bird Registration is by June 15, 2016More..


Global Risks in Structural Engineering

The Finnish Group of IABSE together with the Finnish Association of Civil Engineers (RIL) arranged the two-day event ‘Global Risks in Structural Engineering’ from March 10-11, 2016. The aim of the event was to discuss emerging steps needed to ensure safe and functional structures in today’s environment and business culture, and which will set up the theme for the planned 2017 Workshop in Finland. The keynote programme consisted of nine presentations from invited experts from around the world. Panel discussions were run at the end of the both days. The event venue was split between two cities and two countries; Helsinki in Finland and Barcelona in Spain. Read the report by Risto Kivilouma, Chair of the Finnish Group here..


SEI Call for Abstracts - Forensic (Structural) Engineering

Submission of Abstract by: May 15, 2016.
Full paper by: July 15, 2016.
More information on how to submit here..

The August 2017 issue of Structural Engineering International (SEI) will present a special series of articles on ‘Forensic (structural) engineering’ and general reports on structural engineering.  Forensic (structural) engineering is the professional practice of investigating and determining the causes of (structural) failures of buildings, bridges and other constructed facilities; identifying the responsible party(ies) for the failure; rendering opinions; providing technical support in the resolution of claims; and giving expert testimony in judicial proceedings, if called upon. This special series will feature case studies of the causes and investigations of, and lessons learned and used from, structural failures during construction and in service.


News on Members

The Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture (ENSA) Paris-Val de Seine presents the first  retrospective of the work of Michel Virlogeux, in the Exhibition ‘Structure et Architecture des Ponts’ from March 22 to April 16, 2016. On  March 29 Michel Virlogeux and Jean-François Klein will discuss structure and architecture of bridges at the ENSA. The dialogue will be introduced Bernhard Lassus. more (in French)

Engineering Transparency

Firmly anchored in the framework of the world's largest trade fair on glass in building, the glasstec hosts the international symposium >engineered transparency< during 20th and 21st of September, 2016 again. The international symposium will bring expert speakers and specialists together at one conference. http://www.engineered-transparency.eu/cms/

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Young Engineer Workshop (YEW)

Guangzhou, China, May 8: Flyer and Supplement Material are available online. Enrolment: by April 10, 2016.

 

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