Advanced Course on Computational Geotechnics

TypeAdvanced course
Date 16/07/2018 - 18/07/2018
Location Bangkok


The course brings together experts and analysts from across the region. This computational geotechnics course is tailored for engineers and researchers seeking knowledge on the use of Plaxis. Join us and discover new potentials for effective and confident usage of Plaxis Finite Element Codes within your professional organisation.


You will learn advanced techniques and solutions from experts from PLAXIS and partner academic institutions. Plaxis numerical analysts will have the opportunity to further develop their understanding of Plaxis Code’s extensive range of capabilities.


• Attendees of this course are assumed to have operational knowledge of Plaxis 2D program. In the absence of such, the attendee is advised to attend a Pre-course training prior to the course.
• This advanced course from the 18 to 20 of September consists of intensive session blocks and each block is made of two full 60 min lectures and a 75 min exercise with full tutoring.


Geotechnical Research Unit, Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University.


The course fee includes a full set of instruction materials and the use of a computer. A computer will be shared between two participants. For course fee please contact Twoplussoft: for further details.


Please contact Twoplussoft: for a list of hotels around the venue of the course. During registration please select the relevant dates for your hotel reservation. Each participant will be required to pay the hotel directly upon departure.

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