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Engineering Group

The Engineering Group

Aims and activities

"Engineering Geology is the science devoted to the investigation, study and solution of the engineering and environmental problems which may arise as the result of the interaction between geology and the works and activities of man as well as to the prediction and of the development of measures for prevention or remediation of geological hazards." (IAEG statutes, 1992)

Call for speakers

We are currently compiling our evening meeting schedule for 2021 and are looking for speakers from a diverse range of backgrounds, particularly those from currently underrepresented groups within the Earth sciences, to present at our monthly evening meetings, typically held at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London.

If you have any suggested topics, then please contact the EGGS committee meetings organiser, Richard Seddon, at richard.seddon@jacobs.com, with a title and brief synopsis of the topic. Presentations can be delivered by individuals, as joint presentations, or as multiple short presentations based around a theme, so any suggestions are welcome.



Our events

Forthcoming events:

Below are placeholder dates and times for your diaries.

We will provide more information on each event in due course.

Year

Proposed date   
Title

Time  

Venue


14 July
Kinematic failure of rock slopes: A day out in Al Ula, Saudi Arabia Evening
 
2021 August
No meeting -  
2021 1-3 October Field trip    
2021 13 October AGM (to be followed with an evening lecture tbc) 18.00 Online


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Engineering Group: 2021 Glossop Meeting – 24th Annual Glossop Award and 21st Glossop Medal Lecture

24 November 2021

Venue: The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London

  • Evening meeting
  • Competition
  • Specialist Group
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