Waiting for WTC 2015: 667 submitted abstracts from 47 countries


WTC2015: histogram of the submitted abstracts up to November 1st, 2014.

WTC2015: histogram of the submitted abstracts up to November 1st, 2014 (http://wtc15.com/news/2015/01/14/667-abstracts-received)

A first significant success for WTC2015, which is preparing to open its doors in about three months, consists of 667 submitted abstracts grouped into the following main topics:

  1. Planning and Designing Tunnels and Underground Structures
  2. Mechanized Tunnelling in Development and Use
  3. Conventional Tunnelling Methods in Development and Use
  4. Immersed and Floating Tunnelling
  5. Operation and Maintenance of Tunnels and Underground Structures
  6. Equipment of Tunnels and Underground Structures
  7. Fire Safety of Tunnels and Underground Structures
  8. Intelligent Systems, Mechatronics and Robotics in Tunnelling
  9. Developments in Use of Underground Space : Case Studies (Traffic, Waste, Energy, Water, Sewer, Flood Protection, Commercial and other Uses)
  10. Urban planning and Using of Underground Space
  11. SEE Session : Soft Ground Urban Tunnelling / Rock Tunnelling in Karst
  12. Risk Analyses and Techniques for Underground Structures
  13. Cost Optimization and Financing of Underground Structures

WTC 2015: summary table of the submitted abstracts up to November 1st, 2014 (http://wtc15.com/news/2015/01/14/667-abstracts-received)

WTC 2015: summary table of the submitted abstracts up to November 1st, 2014 (http://wtc15.com/news/2015/01/14/667-abstracts-received)

China imposes itself at the top with 68 abstracts followed by South Korea (56) and Italy (52), the first European country for number of submitted abstracts.

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