Abstract Submission Deadline 30 April 2020 – Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering International Conference – Sydney
The Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS) are hosting the 20th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ICSMGE 2021) to be held in Sydney from 12- 17 September 2021.
“A Geotechnical Discovery Downunder – Geotechnical Diversity Awaits You”
ICSMGE 2021 will focus on the application of theory and the discovery that comes when world-class minds are focussed on the geotechnical problems facing our world. The conference program and technical sessions reflect this emphasis on applications, and are designed to trigger collaboration, innovation and discovery from a diverse group of participants.
To get your abstract for ICSMGE 2021 submitted by the 30 April 2020 deadline, follow these steps:
Step 1: Follow the Abstract Submission link from ICSMGE 2021 website
Step 2: Login and Create your personal profile
Step 3: Abstract submission
This page will take you through the process of submitting your abstract. Each of the tabs on the left hand side of the page will bring up a step in the submission process that needs to be completed. At any time in the process you can click the Save As Draft button to save your incomplete submission and return to it at a later time. The Review section will give you an overview of the sections that are still required to be completed before you can submit your abstract. Once all required sections have been completed, you can submit your abstract in the Submit section of this page.
- Authors and Affiliations
- Abstract upload [ Type in the box] WORD LIMIT 250
- Review – Ready to submit?
If all required abstract submission fields have been completed you will have the option to submit your abstract at the bottom of the page. If there are any remaining fields or sections to complete you will only have the option to save your submission as a draft until they are completed. You must agree to the Terms and Conditions below before you can proceed.
Step 4: Your ICSMGE 2021 Abstract has been submitted!
We look forward to seeing you there.
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