12 September 2018
Start: 8:00
Europe Hall
3rd Flr., 58 Knyaginya Mariya-Luiza Blvd., Sofia

About the workshop

It is a great pleasure and an honour to extend to you a warm invitation to attend the First Bulgarian National Workshop on Structural and Geotechnical Monitoring (1st BNWSGM) which will be held in Sofia (Bulgaria) on 12 September 2018 under the auspices of the Department of Geotechnics of The University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia (Bulgaria) and the organization of KRANI. Five leading experts of the geotechnical and structural monitoring community from Japan, Croatia, Italy and Bulgaria will lecture on various monitoring topics. The workshop is intended for geotechnical and structural engineers, end users, consultants, service providers, manufacturers and researchers, project managers and other decision-makers who are concerned with management of risk during construction, mining and exploration. The course is also a great opportunity to spend time in Sofia, a place whose natural and historical beauties are famous all over the world. During the workshop specialized companies may have the opportunity to display their most innovative products or services.


Invited speakers



The First Bulgarian National Workshop on Structural and Geotechnical Monitoring (1st BNWSGM) will be hosted in the elegant location of Europe Hall. Decorated in blue and yellow, Europe Hall offers 70 confirtable seats. For the sake of guests’ convenience, the hall has a large summer terrace and a restaurant.

Bulgaria’s pleasingly laid-back capital is often overlooked by visitors heading straight to the coast or the ski resorts, but they’re missing something special. Sofia is no grand metropolis, but it’s a largely modern, youthful city, with a scattering of onion-domed churches, Ottoman mosque and stubborn Red Army monuments that lend an eclectic, exotic feel. Recent excavation work carried out during construction of the city’s metro unveiled a treasure trove of Roman ruins from nearly 2000 years ago, when the city was called ‘Serdica’. Away from the buildings and boulevards, vast parks and manicured gardens offer a welcome respite, and the ski slopes and hiking trails of mighty Mt Vitosha are just a short bus ride from the centre. Home to many of Bulgaria’s finest museums, galleries, restaurants and clubs, Sofia may persuade you to stick around and explore further.





The workshop is free of charge.

The registrations, which are limited to 70, will be accepted and approved by the workshop organizers.

Reserve your seat at: nikolay.y.milev@gmail.com or use the form below.

  • DATE

    12 September 2018

    Europe Hall - Sofia


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