20-22 June 2018
The skills required by structural engineer in the past were always well defined and remained mainly within the technical domain, however the situation has now changed. The modern structural engineer must be creative, communicative, and able to work with others in an international setting involving social and environmental issues. This means that a new type of education is needed. This conference will examine how the training of both engineers and architects has changed to face these new challenges.
Call for abstracts closes 17 December 2017