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Saturday, 01. March 2025 - Tuesday, 04. March 2025 (Localtime)
Monday, 07. April 2025 - Sunday, 13. April 2025 (Localtime)
Friday, 09. May 2025 09:00 - Thursday, 15. May 2025 (Localtime)
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EuroGeo8 - 2025
The city of Lille in Northern France is set to welcome geosynthetics delegates from around the world in 2025 after winning the bid to host EuroGeo8.
Why was hosting EuroGeo8 of interest to IGS France?
IGS France has a long history of initiating and organizing geosynthetics conferences. France organized the first International Conference on Geosynthetics (ICG) in Paris in 1977. At that time, the term geosynthetics did not exist and this very first conference was called ‘International conference on the use of fabrics in geotechnics’. It was that year the world-famous terms geotextile and geomembrane were created by our French colleague Dr. J.P. Giroud. After this event, IGS France organized a French conference in 1993, called ‘Rencontres Géosynthétiques’ to bring together producers of geosynthetics, engineering offices, installation companies, structure owners, experts, researchers, and so on. This now takes place every two years with the next one, which will be the 14th edition, to be held in 2024. IGS France also hosted the 7thICG in Nice in 2002.
Therefore, we felt now was the right time for France to host EuroGeo8, the first time IGS France has hosted this prestigious event.
Lille is a large French city at the crossroads of Europe, on the one hand by its geographical proximity to several European countries and on the other being served by high-speed train, a means of transport with low carbon emissions. To get there by plane, visitors can use France’s largest airport, Roissy Charles de Gaulle international airport, which then allows direct access to Lille by high-speed train.
Monday, 15. September 2025 - Wednesday, 17. September 2025 (Localtime)
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Tuesday, 03. March 2026 - Saturday, 07. March 2026 17:00 (Localtime)
Friday, 15. May 2026 - Thursday, 21. May 2026 (Localtime)
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