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Table 1: ISSMGE technical committees

COMPUTERS IN GEOTECHNICS

TC1:Instrumentation for Geotechnical Monitoring

TC2: Centrifuge Testing

TC4: Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering

TC5: Environmental Geotechnics

TC6: Unsaturated Soils

TC7: Tailings Dams

TC8: Frost

TC9: Geosynthetics and Earth Reinforcement

TC10: Geophysical Site Characterisation

TC11: Landslides

TC12: Validation of Computer Simulations

TC14: Offshore Geotechnical Engineering

TC15: Peat and Organic Soils

TC16: Ground Property Characterisation from In-situ Testing

TC17: Ground Improvement

TC18: Pile Foundations

TC19: Preservation of Historic Sites

TC20: Professional Practice

TC22: Indurated Soils and Soft Rocks

TC23: Limit State Design Geotechnical Engineering

TC24: Soil Sampling, Evaluation and Interpretation

TC25: Tropic and Residual Soils

TC26: Calcareous Sediments

TC28: Underground Construction in Soft Ground

TC29: Stress-Strain Testing of Geomaterials in the Laboratory

TC30: Coastal Geotechnical Engineering

TC31: Education in Geotechnical Engineering

TC32: Risk Assessment and Management

TC33: Scour of Foundations

TC34: Deformation of Earth Materials

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