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Call for papers

Second BGA International Conference on Foundations 24-27 June, University of Dundee. Sessions will be chaired by internationally recognised academics and industrialists.Submissions are welcomed on: offshore foundations; soil structure and interaction; shallow and deep foundation design and performance; geohazards and foundation performance in the extreme; sustainable foundations; numerical and analytical modelling of foundations; physical modelling of foundation behaviour; specialised site investigation for foundation design; retaining structures and deep excavations. Deadline for submissions is 1 June. Find out more on www. dundee. ac. uk/civileng/icof2008 or contact Dr Michael Brown, tel: 01382 384 354; email: m. j. z. brown@dundee. ac. uk

6th International conference on offshore site investigation and geotechnics 11-13 September, London. Conference organised by the Offshore Site Investigation & Geotechnics Group of the Society for Underwater Technology. Papers are invited on geohazards, advances in techniques, foundation research, design, construction and monitoring, and environmental aspects. Abstracts of no more than 200 words should be submitted by 31 March 2006 to CarolAnn Reid, Society for Underwater Technology, tel: 01224 823 637; email: carol-ann. reid@sut. org; visit www. aberdeen. sut. org. uk

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