Austria/Italy

Brenner Congress 2013

The 6th Brenner Congress will be held parallel to the Viatec Fair on February 21 and 22, 2013 in Bolzano/I. So far the international symposium has taken place at Innsbruck/A in 2007, 2008. 2010 and 2012 and Bolzano/I in 2011. International experts deal with a number of topics relating to road and rail construction, operation and maintenance.

In an introductory block of lectures P. Cox will examine the core of the European Corridor – the Brenner Base Tunnel and H. Ruijters will tackle the Trans-European Networks. Then Prof. K. Bergmeister will deal with the Ahrenstal Access Tunnel and R. Zurlo...

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