TUdi will be represented at The 9th International Symposium on Gully Erosion (ISGE) which will take place between 3-7 November 2023 in Chengdu, China. The event will aim to conduct an in-depth discussion on the latest advances of the above issues on gully erosion. The symposium could also be anticipated to serve as a platform for interactive exchange of ideas and potential academic collaborations with more than 280 national and international researchers and scholars from all over the world.
TUdi’s participation will include two oral presentations by our coordinating partner organisation IAS-CSIC, presenting the research “OptCheck: a cost analysis tool for gully control and reclamation” and “A review on gully widening models and its applications”.
Find more information on the 9th ISGE World Conference here.