2017    2016

2015    2014


The International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring is growing year by year since its first edition in 2014 and, up to now, more than 450 attendees improved their technical knowledge with us!

40 international leaders have joined the courses as invited speakers and have presented their interesting projects from all around the world. In addition, the courses have become a great platform for other speakers to present new trends and case histories.

In 2017 we moved from Tuscany to Rome, allowing easier access and an increase in the available seating space for registrants. The attractiveness of the “Eternal City” was also a plus! We organized a field trip to the historical center of Rome, allowing participants to see a challenging geotechnical and structural monitoring program during construction of a new Metro Line that requires preservation of one of the most famous archeological sites in the world.

2017 was also the first year for the Master Classes (2h 30min. each) about various monitoring methods. Each class covered the following main topics: installation, data acquisition, data processing, tricks and tips from everyday experience, with opportunity for discussion.
In 2018 we are planning to organize even more Master Classes!

Please keep your agenda free for the 5th International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring… and find out the news that will come soon!


John Dunnicliff and Paolo Mazzanti


What people say:

“(….) I am taking the time to congratulate you on the extremely successful course. I had pleasure to attend in a friendly and informal atmosphere, supported by the excellent organization”

(Michele Jamiolkowski, Professor Emeritus at Technical University of Turin)

“(…) a big ‘thank you’ for inviting me to participate in the Instrumentation and Monitoring Course. (…) I particularly wanted to get up to date on remote sensing and I found the contributions were just what I needed.”

(John Burland, Professor Emeritus at Imperial College London)

“(…) You and your colleagues did a good job in planning and carrying out the course, the logistics and social events. (…) The field trip provided a unique opportunity to meet students, see a massive rock slide and demonstrations of monitoring equipment.”

(Elmo di Biagio, Expert on Geotechnical Instrumentation)

“(…) I wanted to take a moment to thank the organizers for making it such a worthwhile experience. (…) The associated exhibition was well coordinated and provided a splendid opportunity for instrumentation manufacturers and service providers alike to meet with their clients. Congratulations on both a successful and a memorable event.”

(Tony Simmonds, Geokon Inc. – Partner 2014, 2015 and 2016 events)