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Abstract Submission

Welcome

Start making your plans to participate in Geosynthetics 2019, February 10-13, 2019 at the Marriott Marquis Houston. The conference will feature four days of technical programming, including short courses, panel discussions and paper presentations as well as three days of exhibits from the industry suppliers. The objective of the event is to network and share new developments in geotechnical engineering utilizing geosynthetics.

Conference Theme
Special consideration will be given to all proposals and abstracts that are related to the conference theme: Strengthening Infrastructure Safety, Reliability and Longevity

Call for Abstracts
Abstracts due: April 6, 2018
Acceptance notification: June 1, 2018

Call for Abstracts
The Call for Abstracts is your opportunity to be published in the conference proceedings and present during Geosynthetics 2019. 
All abstracts and papers (including invited papers) are subject to the official Geosynthetics 2019 peer-review process. This process includes reviews conducted following abstract, first draft and final paper stages. The review process ensures that papers are technically accurate, non-commercial and adhere to required formatting guidelies. Prior to publication all papers must have at least one author registered to attend the conference and present the paper.

Abstract submissions should include the proposed title, the applicable topic/session and a 100-300 word summary of the proposed paper.
 

Important Dates

10/2/17     Short Course/Proposals/Panel Submission Begins
11/27/17     Short Course/Proposals/Panel Submission Deadline
1/12/18     Abstract Submission Open
4/6/18     Abstract submission Deadline
6/1/18     First Draft Paper submission begins
8/3/18     First Draft Paper deadline
9/3/18     Final Paper submission begins
10/12/18     Final Paper deadline
11/1/18     Author Registration Deadline
1/10/19     Presentations due
2/10/19     Geosynthetics 2019 begins


Technical Program Co-Chairs:
Mike Adams, FHWA
Phillip Ooi, PhD, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Secretary General:
Barbara Connett
Geosynthetics 2019
bjconnett@ifai.com






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