Young Forum

2013 Young Scientist Prize – A Trip to Toronto

Within the scope of the 2013 STUVA Conference, Mag. (FH) Susanne Fehleisen, ÖBB Infrastruktur AG, came out on top at the “Young Forum” competition winning the prize for her contribution “Koralm Tunnel: Applying the Rescue and Fire Protection Concept for complex Underground Construction Sites taking the Example of the Main Contract Section”. The final choice took place based on an assessment by the audience attending the event with the contents of the paper, the illustrations and the nature of presentation all contributing. Susanne Fehleisen was highly convincing on all these sectors. The prize...

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Issue 02/2023

Young Forum of the STUVA Conference: Three Winners Share Exciting Journey in Canada

In the last three years, however, travelling was not the easiest thing to do ... At the STUVA Conference 2019, Dr.-Ing. Ivan Popovic of ZPP Ingenieure received the STUVA Young Talent Award for his...

Issue 02/2020

InfraTech Young Talent Award 2020 for STUVA Employee Christian Rhein

On 15 January 2020, Christian Rhein, M. Sc. was awarded the InfraTech Young Talent Award 2020 for students. The prize, donated by the Institute for Underground Infrastructure (IKT) and endowed with...

Issue 02/2012 2011 STUVA Conference in Berlin

Underground Construction for Sustainable Environmental and Climate Protection

The Research Association for Underground Construction (STUVA) staged its Conference – held every 2 years – on this occasion from December 6 to 8, 2011 on the Berlin fairgrounds. The topical theme...

Issue 01/2012 Research and Development

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Tunnellers caught up with each other at the 2011 STUVA Conference. Established for many years as the “tunnellers’ get-together” and held in high esteem in expert circles the STUVA Conference held...

Issue 02/2014

Safe from Fire and Smoke

Three significant factors diminish the bearing capacity of the structure and hamper stability in the event of a tunnel fire: Explosion-like spalling caused by immense heat development and the...