INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON GEOTECHNICAL AND STRUCTURAL MONITORING
02-06 MAY, 2023
ICGSM EXPO 2023
EX CARTIERA LATINA, ROME
3-4-5 MAY 2023
9TH INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON GEOTECHNICAL AND STRUCTURAL MONITORING
ICGSM 2023, 02-06 MAY
The ninth Edition of the International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring will feature this year a large Expo Area to showcase the newest instrumentation, and run real demos.
Several thematic Courses & Workshops will be organized by leading scientists in the field to stimulate exchange of the latest scientific and technological knowledge and offer training and updating in new techniques.
The IcGSM 2023 will be articulated with different participation formulas, allowing for a broad and more meaningful turnout of professionals, students, and representatives of large companies and institutions.
PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE
Leen de Vos
Martin P. Derby
Participant registration are closed!
SPONSOR REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED!
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ROME, THE ETERNAL CITY (ed. 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022)
It is said that a city can be described through a single panorama, a color, a scent, an object or an idea, and it is precisely these nuances, imperceptible and evanescent, that sometimes turn into indelible memories such as in Rome.
Rome’s imposing monuments, hundreds of churches and spectacular fountains define its marvelous profile and make it the city with the highest concentration of historical, archaeological and architectural heritage in the world, with more than 16% of the world’s cultural heritage and 70% of Italy’s. Its historic center, delimited by the perimeter of the Aurelian walls, is a superimposition of testimonies of almost three millennia.
Over the centuries, Rome has been masterfully recounted by poets and writers and beautifully depicted in the works of great artists. The Eternal City envelops those who arrive there with a pleasant “Rome sickness” that does not dissipate, and it is no coincidence that IcGSM 2023 will be back to Caput Mundi, because in Rome, in the words of Goethe, everything is as it was imagined and everything is new.
The first day of the course will be held at Aula Magna of Sapienza University of Rome, founded in 1303, Sapienza is the oldest university in Rome and the largest in Europe.
The Exhibition Area and Master Classess will be held at Ex Cartiera Latina, located in the Appia Antica Regional Park.
EX CARTIERA LATINA
Via Appia Antica, 42
00179 Roma RM
There will be a shuttle from the San Giovanni metro to the venue for every day of the event!
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Co-organised by CERI
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