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Deadline extended for Geosynthetics Conference 2021 abstracts

May 26th, 2020 / By: / Events

The deadline to submit abstracts for Geosynthetics Conference 2021 has been extended to June 15, 2020. Now is the time to submit abstract submissions for technical papers of all types—see the current topic and session list below. 

The 2021 Geosynthetics Conference will be colocated with the International Erosion Control Association’s (IECA) Annual Conference. Authors, instructors and session chairs receive special pricing on registration.

To submit or for more information, visit https://www.abstractscorecard.com/cfp/submit/login.asp?EventKey=TCWNKVOX.

Current Topics/Sessions

Agriculture / Aquaculture

Application of Geosynthetics in Highway Slopes and Pavement: Performance Monitoring and Challenges

Bridges and Foundations

Case Histories

Coastal and Inland Waterway Erosion Solutions

Composite Behavior of Soils Stabilized with Geosynthetics

Conveyance and Storage

Dams and Levees

Designing Geotextiles for filtration: state-of-the-art and most recent developments

Developments in Temporary Barrier Systems

Drainage

Energy

Environmental (waste containment, tailings, etc.)

Failures

Geo-Hazards Mitigation

Geosynthetic Advancements in Sediment Control Technologies

Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Geosynthetic Reinforced Bridge Abutments

Geosynthetic Testing and Properties

Geosynthetics in Containment Systems: Recent Advances and Case Histories

Geosynthetics in Marginal Soils

Geosynthetics in Pavement Maintenance & Surface Treatment Applications

Ground Improvement

Hydraulics

Hydro-fracking

Innovative Applications

Landfills

Long-term performance of Drainage Geocomposites

Mining and Drilling

New Materials

Other Geosynthetic Applications or Topic

Paved Roads
Performance of exposed pond liners in cold climates

Polymer enhanced bentonite barrier materials

Polymer Modified GCLs

Reinforcing Buried Structures with Geosynthetics

Shoreline and Water Protection

Soil Erosion

Unpaved Roads

Walls, Embankments and Slopes