The organizing committee presents 7th European Geosynthetic Conference to be held in Warsaw, Poland on September 4-7, 2022. It is the first live geosynthetics conference to be held after the COVID-19 pandemic, so it is a unique opportunity to learn about the latest industry trends in this great setting.
Warsaw is Europe’s one of most accessible city connected with the world via two international airports and a fast rail network. It is a thriving, bustling city that draws visitors with its rich history and unique atmosphere. The pulsing heart of business is here, with modern architecture, welcoming infrastructure, and creative residents. Thousands of business gatherings, including conferences, congresses, and trade shows, are held in Warsaw each year. Here, the scientific, cultural, economic, and political interests of the entire Central and Eastern European region are brought together. As a major corporate center and a popular tourist site, Warsaw currently attracts a large number of visitors.
The conference will be held in the most characteristic building in Warsaw, The Palace of Culture and Science. There are no travel restrictions in Poland, neither due to the pandemic nor the political situation in neighboring countries. What is more several big congresses organized by international societies have taken place already this year in all bigger cities Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw. All participants have emphasized about great Polish hospitality and the safety they have experienced in Poland.
EuroGeo7 Keynote Speakers
Distinguished experts are set to address the EuroGeo7 conference:
A fascinating lecture series with speakers including Professor Martin Ziegler and Dr. Kerry Rowe will return, providing thought-provoking discussion. The line-up is:
- Professor Martin Ziegler, RWTH Aachen University in Germany: “Mechanism of action of a geogrid reinforcement at macro and micro scale.”
- Emeritus Professor Fumio Tatsuoka, Tokyo University: “Developments of geosynthetic-reinforced soil structures and their railway applications.”
- Professor Jie Han, Kansas University: “Experimentally and mechanistically quantifying the benefits of geosynthetics in improved roadway performance.”
- Dr. R. Kerry Rowe, Queens University in Canada: “Geosynthetics: How can they help in hydraulic applications?”
EuroGeo7 chairman Jacek Kawalec notes, “Our keynote speaker program is an important and popular part of our conference schedule. We’re extremely pleased our guests will return next year to provide an indispensable experience for our delegates.
It’s not to be missed!”
Learn more about EuroGeo7 by visiting www.eurogeo7.org.