UAEU to host Int'l conference on Engineering Geophysics

September 12, 2021 / 12:43 PM
Sharjah24: The United Arab Emirates University in cooperation with Al Ain City Municipality is preparing to host the sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics, which will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Tahnoun bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, The Ruler’s Representative in Al Ain Region, between 25–28 October 2021.
Prof. Ahmed Murad, Associate Provost for  Research at UAEU, stated that “The university is intensifying its efforts to host this important conference which has been recently acknowledged as one of the most important five international conferences in engineering geophysics over the past thirty-two years. Hosting this important event sheds light on UAEU’s position as a leading academic institution on the local, regional, and international levels”.

“This conference is an important platform which brings together more than 200 specialists in the field of Engineering and Environmental Geophysics from all around the world; in addition to the significant participation of the American Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) as a scientific partner to discuss the latest development and challenges in these fields. Through this leading international platform, we aim at strengthening the collaboration and the partnerships with friendly countries to promote exchanging experiences and knowledge and getting acquainted with the best technological practices, and the latest research projects in the field of geophysics, especially those concerning finding effective solutions to the sustainability of civil engineering, economic, environmental, social, and archaeological projects”, he added.

“We are pleased that UAEU’s initiatives are aligned with the latest developments in research and educational systems, in addition to the future needs that serve the vision of our wise leadership, which is to reach a sustainable environment by the UAE Centennial 2071”, he concluded. 
September 12, 2021 / 12:43 PM

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