On October 21st 2017, scientific conference “Construction structures and materials for coastal and island construction works” was held successfully in Mientrung University of Civil Engineering.
Organizing committee is included Mientrung University of Civil Engineering, Department of Science, Environment and technology and Institute of Building Science and Technology. This seminar focuses on in-depth fields aimed to construction works for coastal area and island until 2020. Some important topics is Construction engineering, water and marine engineering, coastal building and island, Waterproofing anticorrosive new material, construction sites with friendly environment and sustainable development, recover and strengthen the structure.
The scientific conference achieved impressive results. During 5 months of conduction and submission, we had 2 reports from guests in America and Hong Kong. 30 other reports were presented at 6 small subcommittees separately. Report contents pointed out a lot of progress connected to theory, practical research in construction engineering and materials for island and coastal area where suffered impacts from specific weather and responded to climate change.
Mientrung University of Civil Engineering continuously organized successfully seminars ACEA 2016 and CSM for CICW 2017, which makes a good impression for the scientists, managers, colleagues, friends over the world during 2 years.
Some images at the scientific conference
Assoc. Prof. Vu Ngoc Anh – Rector of Muce – seminar organizer delivered a welcoming speech
Dr. Le TrungThanh – President of department of Science, Technology and Environment gave a speech and presented scientific program involved in coastal and island construction works.
Prof. Raoul Francois (Institute of applicable science, INSA Toulouse, France) made a presentation.
Mr Tommy Wu, Director of CarboneeringCo.,Ltd reported at the scientific conference.
The delegates took a photograph at the seminar CSM for CICW 2017
Members in organizing committee and the guests took a photograph