Event: 7th Annual Structural and Geo-Confluence, Nov. 2, 2022
Abstracts sought for
- 30- to 60-minute presentations
- focused on structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, or geo-environmental topics
- preference given to topics that overlap these focus areas
Abstract length: 250 words
Due date: July 17th
Submit abstracts to Nick Roth at email@example.com
The St. Louis Chapters of the Geo-Institute (GI) and Structural Engineers Institute (SEI) are now accepting abstracts for the 7th Annual Structural and Geo-Confluence. The conference will be a multi-track, full-day event featuring technical topics and case histories presented by local and national experts.
The joint morning session will be focused on topics concerning the confluence of geotechnical and structural engineering. There will be two tracks in the afternoon: one focused on geotechnical engineering and geoenvironmental topics, and one focused on structural engineering topics.
The conference is open to all engineering and construction professionals. Last year’s conference was attended by nearly 200 people located throughout Illinois and Missouri.
The planning committee is seeking speakers to provide a 30- to 60-minute presentation focused on structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, or geo-environmental topics with specific preference given to topics that overlap these focus areas. All persons are encouraged to submit an abstract to Nick Roth at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 17, 2022.
Abstracts should be limited to 250 words. Once the planning committee has reviewed the abstracts, notification will be provided to the selected presenters by August 19, 2022. The submitted abstracts and presentation slides will be assembled and included in the conference publication.
The event is also accepting sponsorships and exhibitors.