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Engineering Group of The Geological Society - Annual Conference: Groundwater in Engineering Geology & Engineering Geology of Infrastructure Development

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Engineering Group of The Geological Society - Annual Conference: Groundwater in Engineering Geology & Engineering Geology of Infrastructure Development

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Apr 11 2024 10:00 - Apr 13 2024 17:00
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The Engineering Group of the Geological Society will host its 2024 Annual Conference between Thursday 11th April (6.00pm) and Saturday 13th April 2024 (12.30pm) at Christ’s College Cambridge. 

The 2024 Engineering Group Annual Conference will focus on the key themes of Groundwater in Engineering Geology and a case study theme of the Engineering Geology of Infrastructure Development. and will bring together practitioners and academics from our industry. 

Keynote speakers for Groundwater in Engineering Geology include Dr Martin Preene (Coffey Geotechnics Limited), Dr Stephen Thomas (OGI), Dr Toby Roberts (W J Groundwater) and for Engineering Geology of Infrastructure Dr Philippa Mason (Imperial College), Sarah Trinder (HS2) and Dr James Lawrence (Imperial College).

If you wish to present at the Conference on any of the above themes then please submit an abstract via the email link below. Please add EGGS CONFERENCE ABSTRACT in the email subject line:

Abstracts to EGGS.AnnualConference@outlook.com

ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 1st March 2024

The ticket includes:

Registration to the conference

Accommodation for 2 nights at Christ's College (11th & 12th April)

Buffet dinner on 11th and a banquet on the 12th

Refreshments throughout the conference

A conference abstract booklet and registration pack

EARLY BIRD RATES WILL FINISH FRIDAY 1ST MARCH 2024

Continued Professional Development Event
While the conference itself is excellent CPD, we will be hosting a bespoke training session 11:00 – 17:30 on 11th April before the start of the full conference at 18.00. Sessions will focus on state-of-the-art approaches in engineering geology including aspects of groundwater in engineering geology, advanced desk study, earthworks and routes to CGeol.

The CPD training can be booked during registration for an additional £75 onto the ticket price (with includes lunch and refreshments).


Field Trip

The Conference afternoon field trip will have a Quaternary Engineering Geology focus linked to the proposed alignment of the Cambridge section of the proposed East-West Railway. Sites to be visited will include the classic glaciotectonic section at Barkway Pit with exposed chalk rafts, a traverse across the Moreton Stadial limits, discussion on Anglian tunnel valleys, and a quarry exposure at Newton Longville where there be two falls and a submission contest re. the Wolstonian v Anglian ages of the deposits.

The trip will be led by Dr Seb Gibson of Cambridge University and can be booked as part of the conference package and will include a packed lunch. Field trip will drop off at Bletchley Station c 17.00, returning to Cambridge by 18:15. Tickets can be purchased during registration for an additional £55 and will include a packed lunch.

If you are attending the field trip and require accommodation for the Saturday night, then please enquire.

Details of the sessions can be downloaded rom here: FINAL PROGRAMME

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Organiser

Venue

Christ's College, Cambridge CB2 3BU, CB2 3BU Cambridge

Headliners

Dr Martin Preene
Groundwater control for engineering projects in ‘poor’ aquifers
Dr James Lawrence
The geomorphology of West Cumbria: a tale of two hypotheses
Dr Stephen Thomas
Design and Modelling for Groundwater Engineering & Control
Dr. Philippa Mason
Remote Sensing for Infrastructure
Sarah Trinder
Engineering Geology of HS2
Dr. Toby Roberts
Engineering Geology of Groundwater in Design and Construction

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