Innovation and Collaboration in Technology and Practice
The theme of Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 is “Innovation and Collaboration in Technology and Practice.” The conference will feature four days of technical programming, including short courses, panel discussions and papers. The objective of the event is to share new developments in geotechnical engineering technologies.
Call for Proposals
Proposals are due November 22, 2015
Call for Session Proposals/ Topics
The Call for Session Proposals is your opportunity to be a Session Chair for the topic of your choice during Geotechnical Frontiers 2017.
Session formats include technical paper sessions, invited paper sessions and panel discussions. All technical paper sessions will be 90 minutes in length. Multiple sessions with a related theme are possible. Submission should include a description of the proposed topic and any plans outside of the call for abstracts for soliciting papers.
All abstracts and papers (including invited papers) are subject to the official Geotechnical Frontiers review process.
Call for Short Courses Proposals
Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 is committed to providing continuing education opportunities for participants. Short Courses will be eight hours in length and will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2017.
Proposals should include the course title, a description of the course with a summary of its learning objectives, and a list of instructors.
Call for Training Lectures
One of the goals of Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 is to offer practical, targeted training opportunities for attendees who are not interested in the technical paper program. Training Lectures will be 90 minutes in length featuring a single topic/speakers. Where appropriate these sessions may be repeated during the program.
Proposals should include the title, a description of the lectures with a summary of its learning objectives.
Submit proposals online at the Conference Proposal Site by November 22, 2015.