The Infrastructure Planning, Monitoring and BIM conference joins Edinburgh with a strong regional relevance with several large projects on their way in the UK, e.g., one of the country’s (and Europe’s) largest ever construction projects, the high speed rail connection line between London – Birmingham and further north; the Lower Thames Crossing, a new highway tunnel crossing the Thames on the east side of London; and the Thames Tideway, a 25 km super sewer for the city of London, built under the river Thames.
These projects require mapping archaeology, structural investigation of existing infrastructure, testing ground engineering, and monitoring hydrogeology and tunnelling activity using geophysical and non-destructive testing/monitoring instruments. It is therefore a great opportunity to welcome newcomers including design and civil engineers, city planners and geotechnical communities to take an active role in this conference after successful presences in the Hague 2019 and Bordeaux 2021.
Early Booth Deadline
1 March 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline
25 April 2023
Early Registration Deadline
22 July 2023
Regular Registration Deadline
22 August 2023
3-7 September 2023
We invite you to contribute to the Technical Programme of the 3rd Conference on Geophysics for Infrastructure Planning, Monitoring and BIM at NSG2023 by submitting your abstracts and sharing recent advances, trending topics and novel geophysical methods in infrastructure planning, construction and monitoring. It is also a great opportunity for you to present to design and civil engineers, city planners and geotechnical communities, alongside peers from academia, industry and government organisations.
Abstracts are welcome until 25 April 2023.
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