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The Scottish Ground Engineering Group (SGEG) of the ICE and the Central Scotland Regional Group (CSRG) of the Geological Society of London are jointly hosting a poster competition in Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology. Entry is open to ground engineering professionals, including research students. Entry is open for early career (between graduate and chartership) ground engineering professionals and only one person may enter on each poster.
The format for the competition comprises hosting a maximum of 12 posters online by those selected to present. The posters will be displayed on an openly accessible webpage 1 week before the online event. Entrants will answer informal questions from the judges during the week. Following this, a maximum of four posters shall be advanced to the next stage of the competition which consists of a 10-minute presentation of the poster with a 5-minute question/answer session. This will form the virtual event and guests will be invited to watch the presentations. Selection for entry to Stage 2 will be carried out on the night by a panel of judges
The posters include a summary of the geotechnical or geological work carried out by the entrant, including a statement of the aims of the project or study, the methods employed, and the results gained together with analysis, conclusion and recommendations.
Notification of Intention to Submit a Poster
Those intending to enter should notify Peter Anning (CSRG) at [email protected] and the ICE SGEG at [email protected] no later than 24 November 2020 and include the following:
Please note that we are restricting the number of entrants to 12. In the event that more than 12 entries are received, the organisers will select the entries which will receive places in the competition to provide a fair representation of the industry. The organisers’ decision is final. Details on the competition format, including poster sizes, presentation requirements and scoring will be given to the participants once the intention to submit has been received.
Posters will be required to be submitted in their final form by 1 December 2020.
Posters will be hosted online for 1 week before the event competition which will be held virtually on Tuesday 8 December 2020.
For further information, please contact [email protected]
You can join the event up to 15 minutes before the start time of 17.30
e: [email protected]