ROLLA, Mo. – The Missouri University of Science & Technology will host the 2011 GeoMO Conference May 6, 2011.
Join us May 6, 2011, for GeoMO 2011, as we discuss Practical Applications of Waves to Measure Soil Properties; and professional issues associated with engineering licensure with guest lecturer, Dr. Vince Drnevich.
This year’s focus is stress and electromagnetic waves with some sessions on ethics. The speaker will be Prof. Vincent Drnevich, Ph.D., P.E. of the faculty of Purdue University. Dr. Drnevich is recognized internationally for his research on the engineering properties of soils and concrete, especially as measured by stress wave propagation and electromagnetic wave propagation. He is the recipient of many awards including the ASCE Huber Award and Norman Medal, the ASTM Hogentogler Award and Woodland G. Shockley Award, the ASEE George Wadlin Award, and Chi Epsilon Harold T. Larson and the James M. Robbins. GeoMO 2011 is an exceptional opportunity for you to network with fellow practicing engineers as well as geotechnical graduate students and faculty. In addition, the conference provides: • A Missouri forum for nationally recognized geotechnical experts • Practical information designed to enhance the capabilities of practicing engineers • Valuable Professional Development Hours (PDHs) at a reasonable cost • A convenient venue maximizing interaction between practicing engineers.
Who Should Attend? Geotechnical Engineers, GeoEnvironmental Engineers and Civil Engineers working in roadway and pavement engineering and foundation design.
Register online at http://geomo.mst.edu Registration is $150 per person.
Additional information is also available online at http://geomo.mst.edu.
For registration questions contact Missouri S&T Distance & Continuing Education Phone: (573) 341-4200 or email email@example.com
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