The No-Dig Down Under (NDDU) Conference and Exhibition has opened Call for Papers for the event, which will take place in Melbourne, Victoria on 10–13 September 2019.
NDDU is inviting authors to submit abstracts for inclusion in the event’s conference program; papers and presentations will cover case studies, new and emerging technologies, challenging projects and environments, industry skills and training, risk management and more.
Submissions are open from 1pm AEST on Tuesday 4 September 2018 and may be made in the following categories:
- condition assessment
- pipe rehabilitation (including pressure pipes)
- cured-in-place pipe
- spiral wound pipe
- spray lining
- pipe bursting
- installing new pipeline
- horizontal directional drilling
- pipe jacking
- pipe ramming
- manholes, shafts, pits
- bedding soil grouting/stabilisation
- direct pipe
Abstract submissions must be made in electronic format using the online portal; it should outline in 200 words or less the aims, contents and conclusions of the paper, which does not include the title or author details.
Click here for detailed submission guidelines.
The Technical Committee will be assessing submissions against the following criteria:
- relevant to the theme of the conference, ‘Engaging beneath the surface’
- relevant to current issues/challenges
- presents new content or a fresh look at a specific topic
- relevant to those working in the industry
- content engages the audience
- content has a clear benefit for delegates.
Abstract submissions close 28 February 2019.
Click here to submit an abstract.
For more information visit the No-Dig Down Under website.
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