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Roller Integrated Continuous Compaction Control (CCC), November 29th, 2018 Vienna, Austria

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40 Years of Roller Integrated Continuous Compaction Control (CCC)
Anniversary Symposium November 29th, 2018 Vienna, Austria

Dear Colleagues,
In 1978 the first CCC system was patented. Since then 40 years have passed, in which not only CCC has been established
in geotechnical engineering worldwide, but has also significantly influenced the development of the rollers to high
tech devices. We would like to review the past four decades together with renowned international experts and take a
look into the future. The anniversary symposium offers a platform for geotechnical engineers from all over the world to
exchange experience and developments in dynamic roller compaction and compaction control.
We cordially invite you to participate in the anniversary symposium covering the following topics:
• Historic overview of roller compaction and Continuous Compaction Control (CCC)
• Continuous Compaction Control – CCC applications and interpretation of measurements
• Field testing methods for compaction control (e.g. static and dynamic plate load test)
• Standardization, QA/QC and design aspects
• Recent and future developments (e.g. compaction equipment, electronics, internet)

Important dates:
• Deadline for abstracts: 30 April 2018
• Final program: 29 June 2018
• Symposium: 29 November 2018

The XVII European Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1 – 6 September 2019

Abstract submission
The ECSMGE embraces all aspects of geotechnical engineering. Therefore, we welcome authors from various fields and at various career stages. The conference welcomes submissions demonstrating scientific advancement, technical innovation, challenges and management of geotechnical engineering projects.
Geotechnical engineering covers a wide ground, including structures and infrastructures, environmental, social and economic sustainability, preservation, natural landscape, geo-energy and, last but not least, effective measures for the mitigation of natural geo-hazards through the use of geotechnical engineering knowledge, tools and skills.
Themes for astracts and papers
The main topics are divided in following six main categories and 22 subcategories:
A:    Modelling and experimental assessment of geomaterials
B:    Geotechnical construction and soil improvement
C:    Geohazards, earthquakes and mitigation
​D:    Environment, water and energy
E:    Historical heritage preservation​​
​F:    Special and specific Issues

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