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31. August 2011

Eurosteel 2011

Editorial aus Steel Construction 3/2011.

László Dunai, Miklós Iványi, Károly Jármai, László Gergely Vigh

In 2011, “three years after Graz”, the 6th European Conference on Steel and Composite Structures, the Eurosteel 2011 – organized by three major Hungarian technical universities – is held in the heart of Budapest, hosted by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

According to the traditions, the Conference offers a platform to discuss a wide range of problems related to great variety of research, design and construction activities. We can confidently say that the Eurosteel conferences have developed into one of the most important events for European steel researchers and designers.