D-A-CH Meeting 2009

The traditional D-A-CH meeting involving tunnellers from the 3 German language-speaking countries Germany, Austria and Switzerland was held for the 23rd time namely at Langenlois in the Wachau/A on September 10th and 11th, 2009. With Langenlois the Austrian hosts had selected a very attrac-tive venue in a delightful wine region. Fig. 1 provides an overview of all previous meetings. A total of 15 participants from Germany, 17 from Austria and 6 from Switzerland attended the meeting.

To kick off the internal series of lectures the association chairmen Axel Städing of Germany, Wolfgang Stipek of...

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