Jan Biliszczuk Paweł Hawryszków
Update - IABSE Symposium Wroclaw 2020 – Going Virtual
We would like to inform that the Organising Committee of the IABSE Symposium Wrocław 2020 “Synergy of Culture and Civil Engineering – History and Challenges” together with IABSE has decided to host the planned Conference on October 7-9, 2020 entirely as an online event. This is because of dynamic changes of the Covid-19 pandemic situation and alarming situation worldwide.
This decision has been very difficult for us and we took it with pain as the Symposium was prepared as traditional event with very interesting plans, about which you can read in the SEI articles below. Unfortunately, due to recent safety requirements, we are forced to convert the Conference into a virtual world.
Therefore, Virtual Participation is now available for anyone who would like to join IABSE Symposium Wrocław 2020. We are preparing interesting solutions that will make networking in the virtual world possible and we are focused to deliver a successful virtual event with an excellent technical programme and interactive discussions during live sessions.
More details will be published on this website and sent to you in early September.
We invite you to participate in this challenging Conference!
Jan Biliszczuk and Paweł Hawryszków
Organising Committee Chairs
Read the SEI articles for
IABSE Symposium Wroclaw 2020
About the Organisers
The Polish Group of IABSE, chaired by Prof. Jan Bień, together with Wrocław University of Science and Technology is organising the IABSE Symposium Wrocław 2020. The Organising Committee is chaired by Prof Jan Biliszcuk and OC Executive Chair, Dr. Pawel Hawryszków from the same University and includes 10 dedicated OC members.
Wrocław University of Science and Technology
27 Wybrzeże Wyspiańskiego St.
Wrocław 50-370, Poland
Tel: +48 71 320 45 62
Jan Biliszczuk, Chair
Paweł Hawryszków, Executive Chair
Olga Szymczyk, Secretary
Elżbieta Burasińska, Financial Assistant
Maciej Hildebrand, Lead Editorial Team
Marta Knawa-Hawryszków, Lead Graphic Design & Young Engineers Award
Krzysztof Sadowski, Lead IT
Wrocław – the heart of Lower Silesia – is one of the oldest and the most beautiful places in Poland. This metropolis with over 650,000 inhabitants has diversified cultural life and multi-domain academic societies with a student population of over 130,000. Wrocław is also an important economic centre which continuously develops, tightening relations with Europe whilst and successively meeting new challenges coming from the whole world. The city centre is crossed with an extensive network of the Odra River channels and tributaries making Wrocław a city of 12 islands and over 300 bridges (www.wroclaw.pl/en).
The scientific programme will include Keynote, Plenary and Parallel Sessions over three days. The official language of the Symposium is English.