IABSE Conference Kuala Lumpur 2018
‘Engineering the Developing World’. The online submission opens next week here..
SEI Correspondents Meeting Stockholm 2016
SEI Facts and Figures
Structural Engineering International (SEI) started supporting Open Access—both Gold and Green, options. Upon request, corresponding authors can now avail the option of having their SEI published paper accessible online to public for free. In 2016, SEI also added a new ‘Author Template’, developed by SPI Global which can be downloaded from IABSE’s website for all SEI submissions. SEI in 2017 features ‘Recent Structures and Research in Canada’ in February, and will feature ‘Timber’ in May, ‘Forensics’ in August ‘Recent Research and Structures’ in the November issue. More..
SEI 1/2018 - Call for Abstracts: ‘Recent Structures and Research in France’
February 15, 2017
Submit your abstract related to structures recently completed or under construction in France. Keywords: new method of construction, new materials, aesthetics, safety, economy, sustainability, etc. Notable research from France that has influenced international structural engineering is also of interest. More..
More than 50 new Student Memberships Sponsored!
IABSE is delighted to welcome over 50 new Student Members sponsored by Individuals and National Groups: individual members have sponsored 9 student memberships; the UK Group has gathered over 29 in coordination with several universities; the Korean Group has sponsored 11 and the Mexican Group 7! Join in and sponsor some student memberships too. More..
Thank you IABSE Fellows!
Thanks to the generous support of the IABSE Fellows’ Young Engineers can enjoy the Young Engineers Programme (YEP). Since 2002, this Programme has facilitated the attendance of hundreds of young engineers at IABSE Conferences by supporting reduced registration fees for young engineers and awarding outstanding presentations made personally by young engineers. See the list of Fellows here..
News from National Groups
Norway – The Norwegian Group of IABSE is organising a workshop on February 8, 2017, on recent bridges in Norway including: Dolmsund, Sandsfjord; Tresfjord; Vassbotten; Forra/Driva; Harpe; Kvam; Farris; Hålogalands bridges. International projects will also be presented by Svein-Erik Jakobsen (Aas-Jakobsen) and Hans Fagerhaug (NRS) See the programme (in Norwegian) here..
schlaich bergermann partner sbp - The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority announced City Collaborative - an Indian-German team - the winner of an international design competition to redevelop and vitalise the Maharashtra Nature Park and design a pedestrian and cyclist bridge over the Mithi River. schlaich bergermann partner, is part of the winning team. More..
Dan Frangopol, USA, was elected as a Foreign Member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts. He will participate in and contribute to the class of Technical Sciences. More..
Ian Firth, UK, is the new President of The Institution of Structural Engineers’. He gave his inaugural address 'Going for Gold in a Changing World' at the HQ of IStructe in London, on January 12, 2017. A world leading expert in bridge design and construction, he is Director of COWI (UK). At IABSE he chairs the British Group and is currently chairing the Scientific Committee of the IABSE Conference Bath 2017.
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