Ground improvement has been both a science and art, with significant advancements observed since ancient history, with lessons learnt from trial and error applications apart from the knowhow gained through cutting-edge research and development.
These Proceedings highlighted by numerous Keynote papers, Heritage lectures, State-of-the-Art reports, invited special guest lectures and theme papers together with a wide array of other written contributions from all continents elucidate a comprehensive coverage of the current State-of-the-Art in Ground Improvement from theory to practice.
Over 200 articles have been included in the Proceedings from more than 30 countries bringing together in two volumes the knowledge and experience of world-renowned international researchers, consultants and practitioners and the evolving talents of early career professionals and research students.
Readership: Civil engineers, scientists, researchers, graduates and post-graduates in geotechnical engineering. Also, it will be a useful source of reference to geotechnical engineers and professionals.