(Dates to be announced)
Golden, Colorado USA

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About this course...

Geotechnical and Structural Instrumentation, Monitoring, and Information Engineering is a course designed to provide a comprehensive overview of geotechnical and structural instrumentation and monitoring (IM), from fundamental principles to state of the art applications in civil, construction, mining, pipeline/utilities and oil & gas. Participants will gain understanding in current and emerging IM types and applications, data collection and management systems, and monitoring program planning. Building upon this foundation, the course teaches concepts in information engineering, such as information visualization, the use of monitoring in risk management and asset management, and how monitoring data can be used to update estimates of reliability. The course format includes instruction from university and industry experts, interactive learning, workshop activities, vendor demonstrations, and plenty of discussion time.

Who should attend?

This course is intended for owners, engineers, contractors, consultants and equipment manufacturers involved in the design, planning, management and information analysis of instrumentation and monitoring systems for a wide range of applications from civil (structural and geotechnical) to mining and pipeline infrastructure. Instrumentation manufacturers and vendors will also find this course to be of great value.

The Colorado School of Mines will award 2.0 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) upon successful completion of this course.

Course agenda

The agenda for the course, listing topics and presenters, is available. Learn more...

Organizers and Instructors

The course has been organized by:

Mike Mooney
Professor, Grewcock University Endowed Chair in Underground Construction and Tunneling, Director of SmartGeo
Colorado School of Mines
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
mmooney@mines.edu

Jacob Grasmick
Research Associate, Underground Construction and Tunneling
Colorado School of Mines
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
jgrasmic@mines.edu

Instructors for the course will be leading university and industry experts in the field of instrumentation and monitoring in the fields of civil (structural and geotechnical), mining, and pipeline. The course agenda has more information about the scheduled instructors. Learn more...

Location

The course will be taught on the campus of the Colorado School of Mines in Golden (near Denver), Colorado USA. Learn more...

Fees and Registration

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Travel and Accommodations

Registrants are responsible for their own travel arrangements, transportation, lodging, and meals. Additional information is available through the links below.

Further Technical Information

For more information about the course content, please contact:

Dr. Mike Mooney
Professor, Grewcock University Endowed Chair in Underground Construction and Tunneling, Director of SmartGeo
Colorado School of Mines
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
1500 Illinois St.
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 303.384.2498
Email: mmooney@mines.edu

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