Project and Research Reports

Darmstadt Geotechnics Colloquium

The 21st Darmstadt Geotechnics Colloquium at the end of March 2014 dealt with the topics monitoring and process automation, ground improvement technologies, urban construction/redevelopment and legal issues in geotechnics/cases of damage in a total of 18 papers.

Major Trial using drilled Piles

Dr.-Ing Stefan Wachter and Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Gerber, B+S AG, Berne, dealt with the execution of an in situ major trial using drilled piles to examine their suitability in advance of a cut-and-cover tunnel project. The vibration measurements revealed that the production of drilled piles can be classified...

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Issue 2016-04 Germany

The Institute and Laboratory of Geotechnics of the Technical University of Darmstadt held the 23rd Darmstadt Geotechnics Colloquium on 10 March 2016, organised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Katzenbach. In...

Issue 2014-04 Germany

On March 12, 2015, the 22nd Darmstadt Geotechnical Colloquium will take place at the Darmstadt Technical University. Next year’s Colloquium will concentrate on the following topics: Urban...

Issue 2014-01 Conferences

Once again Salzburg was the venue for the Austrian Society for Geotechnics’ Geomechanics Colloquium on October 10 and 11, 2013 involving numerous participants with many also from abroad. It is still...

Issue 2014-08 Austria

The 63rd Geomechanics Colloquium staged by the Austrian Society for Geomechanics (ÖGG) took place on Oct. 9 + 10, 2014 in Salzburg’s Congress Centre with about 800 participants from various nations....

Issue 2012-05 Christian-Veder-Kolloquium 2012

27th Christian Veder Colloquium, April 12 and 13, 2012 – TU Graz, Geotechnics Group Graz. Edited by: M- Diestel, S. Kieffer, R. Marte, W. Schubert, H.F. Schweiger. 325 pp. (DIN A5) with 220 Ills....