Engineers Ireland Geotechnical Seminar - 3rd Hanrahan Lecture
Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Dublin, Ireland
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The Geotechnical Society of Ireland, as a part of Engineers Ireland, is pleased to announce a free half day seminar as part of the Biannual Eamon Hanrahan lecture.
The event aims to bring together geotechnical engineers and other specialist subject matter experts to share and discuss their experience and knowledge pertaining to the field of geotechnics.
The Biannual lecture is held in honour of Irish engineer Prof. Eamon Hanrahan. Eamon Hanrahan enjoyed a long and productive lifespan of 95 years, during which he made an important contribution to the development of geotechnical engineering education and practice in Ireland.
Originally scheduled for April 2020, the 3rd Hanrahan lecture is focused on how geotechnical design in Ireland and Europe has advanced with Eurocode 7.
Dr Carl Brangan, Chairperson, Geotechnical Society of Ireland
2.05pm Guest Lecture – Rapid load pile testing and the development of testing standards for non-static pile testing for use within the Eurocode.
Prof Michael Brown – Professor of Geotechnics, University of Dundee, Scotland
2.45pm Questions and Answers
2.55pm Geotechnical Society Chairperson’s Review
3.05pm Tea/Coffee Break
3.30pm 2020 - 3rd Hanrahan Lecture – How geotechnical design in Ireland and Europe has advanced with Eurocode 7
Dr Trevor Orr – Adjunct Associate Professor, Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin
4.45pm Questions and Answers
5.10pm Seminar Close
5.15pm Geotechnical Society AGM
5.45pm AGM Close
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