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INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON ROADS, BRIDGES & TUNNELS

9-15 NOVEMBER 2018

The School of Civil Engineering along with the Highway Engineering Laboratory of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece, organize the International Seminar on Roads, Bridges and Tunnels.

ISRBT2017 CLOSING STATEMENT:

“There comes the sad moment for saying good-bye,

Dear Friends and colleagues, dear participants,

The 2nd International Seminar on Roads, Bridges and Tunnels comes to an end. During all these days we have had the chance to attend high-quality lectures from gifted speakers. Almost half of them were state-of-the-art presentations on specific topics of construction engineering and the other half, some very interesting case studies of engineering practice. At this point, I would like to thank the Speakers of the Seminar for their eagerness to be present at this event and their witnessed expertise. You, speakers, dear friends, are the keystone of the success of the Seminar.

This year we invited prominent scientists as Moderators of the Sessions. Their scientific ability and their substantial comments enriched and enhanced the quality of the Sessions. On behalf of the Organising Committee, I thank you, dear colleagues, for your kindness. Undoubtedly, the heart of the Seminar is the audience. The heart is you, dear participants, you, coming from different places and countries, bringing along your knowledge, your concerns and expectations. Your insightful questions and your pertinent comments determine the success of the event. I can assure you that we strived hard to organize a high-standard Seminar. It is up to you to judge if we succeeded. I thank you for your confidence and your presence. During the past months, the Organising Committee and myself have gone through difficult and often discouraging situations. It may be just an event of one week but it takes many months and unceasing efforts to organize it.

For this reason, dear colleagues of the Organising Committee, I dedicate to you a slightly adjusted speech of a great conqueror of the Antiquity: I could not have blamed you for being the first to lose heart if I, your commander, had not shared concerns and fears in our exhausting marches and our perilous campaigns; it would have been natural enough if you had done all the work merely for others to get the reward. But it is not so. You, gentlemen and ladies, have shared the labour and shared the danger with me, and the marks of recognition are for you.

Dear participants, dear friends and colleagues, I wish to all of you a flourishing professional life and happiness.

Good luck and thank you”.

Prof. Anastasios Mouratidis

The Chairman of the Organising Committee ISRBT

ISRBT2016 CLOSING STATEMENT:

“The International Seminar on Roads, Bridges and Tunnels 2016 has come to an end. Organised by the School of Civil Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the Seminar gathered 24 invited speakers, prominent university professors and experienced engineers, and 53 participants from 9 different countries.

The lectures focused on applied engineering issues and methods of construction in infrastructure engineering projects. The cornerstone and the scope of the Seminar was to transfer knowledge from construction projects to both well-qualified and entry-level engineers, either to improve their professional skills or to enhance their qualifications in search of a job position.

The Seminar was completed by a technical visit to a worksite of a large-scale construction project where speakers and participants had the opportunity to get acquainted with long motorway tunnels (over 6km) bearing unreinforced lining, oblique bridges and lightweight road embankments.

Drawing on the very emboldening feedback, the Organising Committee and the School of Civil Engineering are encouraged to launch shortly the 2nd ISRBT Seminar in 2017″.

Prof. Anastasios Mouratidis

The Chairman of the Organising Committee ISRBT2016

THE SEMINAR IS ADDRESSED TO:

Construction Engineers, Engineers of International Projects, Scholars, Road Engineering Designers, Construction Managers, Contractors, Motorway Operators, Road Engineers, Bridge Engineers, Tunnel Engineers, Motorway Concessionaire, State Engineers, QA and QC Engineers.

 

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