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IFCEE 2015 is the premier "must-attend" event for professionals in the foundation industry. The conference will include presentations of reviewed technical papers, panel discussions and debates, indoor exhibits, an outdoor equipment exposition, educational short courses, technical committee meetings, and networking with industry leaders. Don't miss this chance to expand your business and your knowledge at this exciting, one-of-a-kind event!
Synopsis: "GEESD IV is the 4th decennial Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics Conference organized by the EESD Committee of ASCE's Geo-Institute. GEESD IV follows the highly successful GEESD conferences in Seattle, Washington (1998), Park City, Utah (1988), and Pasadena, California (1978).
GEESD IV will bring together the broad community of geo-professionals working on earthquake engineering and soil dynamics problems for this comprehensive decennial examination of our technical disciplines. The coverage will be diverse, including case histories and practice-oriented papers, recent research findings, innovative technologies, and the emerging arts across many of our disciplines. Professional engineers, researchers, specialty contractors, regulators, educators, and students will interact across a broad range of technical sessions, tutorials, short courses, discussions, and equipment demonstrations. "