The 2014 Engineering Group Conference – The Geological Society
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This year’s Geological Society’s Engineering Group Conference will take place on Thursday 2nd October 2014 at The Geological Society – Burlington House, London.
The theme will cover “Advances in Geological/Geotechnical Data Handling and Modelling”.
Speakers from leading consultants, ground investigation contractors, client organisation’s and research institutes will present different techniques and case studies, whilst looking to the future and considering the overall benefits in the application of data handling and modelling.
The day will be split into four themes.
Theme One will cover “Data Gathering in the Field”, presentations will be from Soil Engineering, BGS and Network Rail.
Theme Two will cover “Data Transfer, Storage and Collaborative Sharing”, presentations will be from Geotechnical Observations, Geotechnics, Keynetix and BGS.
Theme Three will cover “Turning Data into Information – Geological Modelling”, presentations will be from SRK Consulting, Atkins, Arup, Imperial College and Reynolds International.
Theme Four will cover “Industry Benefits and Future Work Presentaitons”, presentations will be from Mott MacDonald and BGS.
Registration starts at 08:45 on the day and the day will finish by 5pm.
The day looks set to be very interesting and given the level of companies who are presenting, we are delighted to be a part of it. If you haven’t already booked your place, do so soon before it’s sold out!
We look forward to catching up with you there.
To book your place, please click here.
About The Geological Society
The Geological Society of London was founded in 1807. It is the UK national society for geoscience, and the oldest geological society in the world.
The Society is a Registered Charity (Number 210161), and provides a wide range of professional and scientific support to over 10,000 Fellows (members), about 2000 of whom live overseas. More than 2000 Fellows are also Chartered Geologists.
As well as boasting one of the most important geological libraries in the world, the Geological Society is a global leader in Earth science publishing, and is renowned for its cutting edge science meetings. It is a vital forum in which Earth scientists from a broad spectrum of disciplines and environments can exchange ideas, and is an important communicator of geoscience to government, media, those in education and the broader public.
The Society is located at Burlington House, Piccadilly, which was developed by the government in the 19th Century as a meeting place for the arts and sciences.
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