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Call for papers

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Vibratory pile driving and deep soil vibratory compaction 21-22 September, Paris. TransVib 2006 international symposium.

The first day will present results of the French national project on vibratory driving, while the second will feature a conference on field measurements of vibratory pile driving and deep vibratory compaction, with data from project and experimental sites and its validation and interpretation. Abstracts should be sent by 15 February to Frédéric Rocher-Lacoste, email: rocher: rocher@lcpc. fr

Stiff sedimentary clays: Genesis and engineering behaviour May 2007. Next year's Géotechnique symposium in print will focus on recent advances in understanding the engineering behaviour of stiff clays.

Themes include the engineering properties of stiff clays, constitutive models, numerical modelling, engineering projects and field and laboratory testing, including geophysics and monitoring. Abstracts of a maximum 400 words should be submitted by 17 February 2006 to Mary Henderson, Journals and Publications, 1 Heron Quay, London E14 4JD; tel: 020 7665 2240; email: mary. henderson@ice. org. uk 2007 Panamerican conference on soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering 16-20 July 2007, Venezuela.

Conference on the integration of research, practice and education in geoengineering.

Abstracts of a maximum 500 words should be submitted by 28 April 2006 to the Conference secretariat, tel: +58 212 266 0047; fax: +58 212 571 3824; email: svdg@telcel.net. ve; www. xiicpmsig. org

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