International Conference on
Theoretical foundations of soil mechanics and geotechnics

18 SEPTEMBER 2024
Date
18 September 2024
Place
MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Important dates
About conference
02/09/2024
09/09/2024
16/09/2024
18/09/2024
Call for papers
Deadline for papers submission
Notification of acceptance
Last fee payment
The Conference dates
International Scientific Conference on Theoretical foundations of soil mechanics and geotechnics will be held September 18, 2024 at Moscow State University of Civil Engineering.

The main aim of the Conference is to provide the sustainable innovative development of the construction industry, to preserve the continuity of scientific schools, to form a new level of training professional staff, to strengthen scientific and business contacts.

The language of the Conference is English.

Among industry experts, the Conference have a reputation as an important discussion platform for discussing the most pressing issues and problems of
- Natural Resources and Environmental Protection
- Environmental Engineering and Soil Technologies
- Innovative Technologies of Civil Engineering and Environmental Research
- Computing, Mathematics, Cybernetics for Sustainable Development
Conference Organisers
  • Moscow State
    University of Civil Engineering
  • L.N. Gumilyov
    Eurasian National University

Workshops

1. Natural Resources and Environmental Protection

2. Environmental Engineering and Soil Technologies

3. Innovative Technologies of Civil Engineering and Environmental Research

4. Computing, Mathematics, Cybernetics for Sustainable Development

Please read first the detailed Publication ETHICS.

Please use the IMRAD model for structuring your work.

The following parts of the article are mandatory:

Title
It must include no more than seven words (excluding prepositions, conjunctions and articles).
The title should not contain verbs.
The title should not include such words as analysis, research, study, to the question, new, problems, questions, some, features, special, from the point of view, application, search, definition, modern, current, solution, best, most / least profitable, optimum, most etc.

Abstract
The abstract should be the presentation of the article without itself.
Abstract should have the same structure as the article and include problem urgency; purpose; methods; results; conclusions.
Abstract should be of 150-200 words.

Keywords
From 5 to 10 words or word combinations.

Introduction
This part should include the objectives of the work and its background. It should be based on the literature review. In the literature review you should show the competence in your area and its main authors and works. In the same time, you should not cite all possible references but only those that are strictly connected with your topic. The recommended quantity of references is 5-10.

Methods
This part should provide details of the experimental setup and the methods used for obtaining the results.

Results
This part should clearly and concisely present the data using figures and tables where appropriate.

Discussion
This part should describe the relationships and generalizations shown by the results and discuss the significance of the results making comparisons with previously published work.

Conclusions
Here the list of main conclusions is given. It should not repeat the results, but the generalization is intended.

Acknowledgements
The personal acknowledgements and also the information about funding is given here.

References
It is important to remember that the list of references is one of the most important parts of the article. You should show the competence in your area and its main authors and works. In the same time, you should not cite all possible references but only those that are strictly connected with your topic.
The recommended quantity of references is 20.
The cited papers should be relatively recent, actual and easy of access. It is advisable that the papers are accessible through Internet.
You should cite publications in the text with number in the list enclosed in square brackets. A list of references in the order of mention should be supplied.

Scientific committee

  • PROF. ASKAR ZHUSSUPBEKOV
    DSc, Professor, Research Professor, Director of the Geotechnical Institute,
    President of the Kazakhstan Geotechnical Association, Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilev Astana, Kazakhstan
  • DR. ABDULLA OMAROV
    PhD, Associate professor, Research Professor, Director of the Geotechnical Institute, Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilev Astana, Kazakhstan
  • DR. VICTOR KALIAKIN
    PhD, Professor Department of Civil Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, United States
  • DR. MAHDI KARKUSH
    PhD, Professor, President of the Iraq Geotechnical Association, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
  • DR. FARDIN JAFARZDEH
    PhD, Professor, President of the Iran Geotechnical Association, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
  • DR. DONG SHENG XU
    PhD, Professor, Vice-Dean of School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  • DR. ADIMOOLAM BOOMINATHAN
    PhD, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India
  • DR. DER-WEN CHANG
    PhD, Professor, Tamkang University, New Taipei City, Taiwan
  • DR. ANKIT GARG
    PhD, Professor, Shantou University, Shantou, China
  • DR. EUN-CHUL SHIN
    PhD, Professor, Incheon National University, Incheon, South Korea
  • DR. RAMLI NAZIR
    Professor of Geotechnical Engineering, Fellow Malaysia Academy Professor,
    Distinguished Fellow, Centre of Tropical Geoengineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
  • Dr. Armen Ter-Martirosyan, DSc, Department of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnics, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
  • Prof. Sergey Evtushenko, DSc, Professor, Department of Information Systems, Technologies and Automation in Construction, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
  • Dr. Lubov Adamcevitch, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Information Systems, Technologies and Automation in Construction, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
  • Prof. Tatyana Matseevich, DSc, Prof., Department of Applied Mathematics, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Russia
  • Prof. Igor Kachanov, Belarusian National Technical University, Belarus
  • Prof. Sergey Leonovich, Belarusian National Technical University, Belarus
  • Prof. Viktor Tur, Brest State Technical University, Belarus
  • Prof. Grigory Mun, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
  • Prof. Zulkhair Mansurov, Institute of Combustion Problems, Kazakhstan
  • Prof. Galina Xanthopoulou, National Centre of Scientific Research «Demokritos», Greece
  • Prof. Ismail Saritas, Selcuk University, Turkey
  • Prof. Issa Shooshpasha, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Iran
  • Prof. Jung-In Yoon, Pukyong National University, South Korea
  • Prof. Mangalpady Aruna, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India
  • Prof. Chun-Yuan Hsu, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan
  • Prof. Puripus Soonthornnonda, Naresuan University, Thailand
  • Prof. Eric Dimla, Institut Teknologi Brunei, Brunei
  • Prof. Francis Aldrine, Mapua Institute of Technology, Philippines

Place

Moscow State University of Civil Engineering,
Yaroslavskoe Shosse 26, Russia, Moscow
About MGSU
National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering
National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (NRU MGSU) was established in 1921. Before 1993 it was known as Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering named after V.V. Kuibyshev (MISI). It is one of the oldest technical institutes of higher education of the Russian Federation.

In 2010 the University was given the status of «National Research University», equally effectively implementing educational and academic activity on the basis of the principles of integration of science and education. The status of «National Research University» is established by the Government of the Russian Federation for the next 10 years to the results of competitive selection of development programs of universities, aimed at staffing of the priority directions of development of science, technology, equipment, branches of economy, social sphere, development and introduction in manufacture of high technologies, for universities equally effectively implementing the educational programs of the higher professional and postgraduate professional education and performing fundamental-detailed and applied scientific research on a wide range of sciences. At the present moment, MGSU is a leading civil engineering institute of higher education in the Russian Federation. The University comprises 8 big institutes, more than 50 departments, implementing the training of specialists in a wide range of scientific areas. There are 40 specialized scientific laboratories; more than 50 innovative structures are making scientific and venture research in the sphere of design and construction of safe and comfortable buildings, structures and complexes, being an innovative pool of new knowledge in civil engineering. MGSU has 1 branch in the Moscow region in Mytishchi.

In 2022 MGSU is receive a special part of the grant in "Territorial and Sectoral Leadership". Being one of the participants of the "Priority 2030" program since its start last year MGSU currently gets the basic part of the grant.

The "Priority 2030" was launched in 2021 as a federal academic leadership program under the "Science and Universities" national project of the Russian Federation. Its main aim is to form over 100 progressive modern universities, centers of scientific, technological and socio-economic development in Russia by 2030.

Partners

Consortium «Construction and Architecture»
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Contacts

PHONE
8 (495) 287-49-14 ex.2476
FOR CORRESPONDING
129337, 26, Yaroslavskoye Shosse
Moscow, Russia
E-ADDRESS
science@mgsu.ru
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