Slope Stability 2020 | Slope Stability Conference
May 12 - May 14
One of the world’s leading Slope Stability Conferences, ‘Slope Stability 2020’ will return to Perth in 2020. The Slope Stability Conference will provide a forum for open pit mining and civil engineering practitioners, consultants, researchers and suppliers worldwide to exchange views on best practice and state-of-the-art slope stability technologies.
Slope stability refers to the condition of inclined soil or rock slopes to withstand or undergo movement. The stability condition of slopes is a subject of study and research in soil mechanics, geotechnical engineering and engineering geology.
Slope stability assessment involves the assessment of the movement of geological structure for the purposes of reduction of risk associated with a fall of ground. Experts analyse the physical principles that underlie both the most frequently used computational methods and some less common but accurate methods.
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The slope stability conference will explore best practices with respect to pit slope investigations, design and implementation. Performance monitoring will be discussed during the symposium.
The Australian Centre for Geomechanics is delighted to host this event in Perth again. With more than than a decade since it was last held in Western Australia, the event will provide participants with the opportunity to engage with the wonderful international city.
Currently, a call for Abstracts for the slope stability has been announced. More information is available on the conference website