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Grouting Fundamentals & Current Practice 2019

40th Annual Short Course
1st European Edition

In 1979 the renowned Grouting Fundamentals & Current Practice short course was founded in the USA, and since then has provided unique professional training and education to thousands of grouting professionals worldwide. In response to industry interest, the course organizers are pleased to now offer this exceptional training opportunity in Munich, Germany. The 1st European course edition includes a faculty of 15 experts from 10 countries, providing exceptional breadth and expertise concerning grouting fundamentals and international best practices.

Contact

Janette Seifert
+49(0)30 47031-292
janette.seifert@wiley.com

Organizer

This professional training event is organized by the Institute of Applied Geosciences at the Graz University of Technology together with the puplishing house Ernst & Sohn, and in cooperation with the Institute of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering at the Bundeswehr University in Munich.

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The publisher Ernst & Sohn, a subsidiary of the publishing group John Wiley & Sons, with its head office in Hoboken (New Jersey) USA, was founded by Wilhelm Ernst and Heinrich Korn in Berlin in 1851, and is one of the leading specialist publishers for structural engineers in the German speaking countries. The range of publications now includes eleven trade journals, five of which are in English, as well as special issues and numerous books in German and English.

Universität der Bundeswehr München – Institut für Bodenmechanik

In cooperation with the Institute for Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Conrad Boley.