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Washington State University National Center for Transportation Infrastructure Durability & Life-Extension (TriDurLE)

TriDurLE 2nd Annual Symposium in Honolulu Hawaii

 

Dates: Nov. 9 – 11, 2022

Venue: Embassy Suites Waikiki (201 Beach Walk, Honolulu, HI 96815)

TriDurLE has a special room rate: 25% off for a one-bedroom suite (city view) plus taxes and a resort fee of $35. Please contact sales@embassysuiteswaikiki.com or call 808-931-3553 and mention the TriDurLE symposium for you to enjoy this benefit

Registration fee: $400/person & $250/student (There is no registration fee for DOT personnel and first 12 students (with abstract submission). TriDurLE subsidizes registration fees for the benefit of all symposium delegates)

About the Symposium

The National Center for Transportation Infrastructure Durability and Life Extension Center (TriDurLE) is funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) through the University Transportation Center (UTC) program. The TriDurLE 2022 annual symposium on “Transportation Infrastructure Innovations for Durability and Resilience” is the second symposium of this national UTC center and we welcome your participation!

America’s aging infrastructure calls for innovative and cost-effective solutions to infrastructure management, and this symposium will feature speakers and student posters that address durability-related challenges and solutions.

Presentation abstracts and student poster submissions are due September 30, 2022. Professional development hours (PDHs) available. 

Symposium Theme

Transportation Infrastructure Innovations for Durability and Resilience 

Symposium Topics

The conference topics will include, but are not limited to one or more of the following:

  • Management: Asset management and performance management for enhanced durability and life-extension of transportation infrastructure
  • Monitoring: Condition monitoring, remote sensing, and the use of GPS for enhanced durability and life-extension of transportation infrastructure
  • Addressing corrosion of transportation infrastructure
  • Addressing aging and other materials-related durability distresses of transportation infrastructure through the use of new materials, technologies, and construction methodologies.
  • Addressing natural hazards and extreme events that threaten the durability and service life of transportation infrastructure
  • Intervention and rehabilitation of transportation infrastructure through advanced materials, technologies and construction methodologies

Who Should Attend the Symposium?

Infrastructure professionals (bridge; construction; maintenance; pavement; tunnel); consultants; fabricators; erectors; transportation officials; policy makers; marketing professionals; International, U.S. federal, U.S. state, and U.S. local agencies; city,  county, and regional officials; industry suppliers; and academicians.

Register Here

 

Conference Schedule (not yet finalized)

Conference Speakers (not yet finalized)

Submit Your Abstract to Present (Deadline 10/21/22)

Student Poster Competition (Deadline 10/21/22)

Sponsorship

 

Questions? Contact Jimmy.Kim@ucdenver.edu

 

Sponsors