Polish Group of IABSE


Prof. Dr. Jan Bien
Faculty of Civil Engineering Wybrzeze Wyspianskiego 27 50-370 WROCLAW POLAND


Dr. Pawel Hawryszków
Faculty of Civil Engineering Ul. Wybrzeze Wyspianskiego 27 50-370 WROCLAW POLAND

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Wroclaw Bridge Days

Special events during the Seminar “Wrocław Bridge Days”– announcement of Polish bridge awards by the magazine “Mosty” (“Bridges”)
and meeting with the invited guest, Chep Uytiepo, Executive Director of IABSE, organised by “Young Bridge Builders”

This year’s Seminar was held under the title “Bridges and the Environment” on November 27-29, 2019. All together 37 papers were presented and 378 participants from Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Luxembourg and Switzerland participated in the event. They were engineers representing various groups of road administration, design offices, construction companies, universities and scientific institutes.

The Seminar’s issues concerned the correct inscribing of bridges into the landscape and its natural surroundings, bridge architecture and new ideas. An important issue was also the improvement of pedestrian safety through the construction of footbridges.

The whole series of the WBD Seminars significantly contribute to raising the substantive level of Polish engineers. This can be seen in the number of papers and articles about Polish bridges published e.g. at IABSE conferences and in the SEI Journal.

A special highlight of this year’s WBD was the 70th anniversary of their creator and organiser – Professor Jan Biliszczuk.
Photos from the event.

October 11-12, Berlin: 6th Young Engineers Colloquium 2019 by the German and Polish Group of IABSE.
Within this colloquium, young engineers could present student projects, PhD research papers as well as construction projects from all fields of civil engineering. Keynote Speaker was Michael Virlogeux.

The presentations were in English. Prizes awarded to the best presentations, valued up to 1000 €. The Organizing Committee received interesting contributions from young engineers under 35 years of age (born 1985 or later). Read the report.
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