II All-Russian conference with international participation
Deep foundations and geotechnical problems of territories

Perm National Research Polytechnic University, May 26 - 28, 2021

We are delighted to invite you to participate in the Deep Foundation and Geotechnics conference (DFG 2021) in PNRPU

Conference participants are members of universities, research institutes, design and construction companies
from Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Germany, Turkey, Estonia, Austria, Italy, France and etc.

The Conference Background

Scientific and practical conferences on the problems of pile foundations were traditionally held in Perm from 1986 to 2004. These conferences were held with the support of the scientific school founded by Professor A.A. Bartholomew. In 2005 – 2011, "Bartolomey Readings" were held, in honor the memory of the famous scientist under the auspices of RSSMGFE. Due to the rapid spread of geosynthetic materials and the emergence of new trends in the development of technologies for the construction of underground structures, the list of topics of the conference was significantly expanded.

Since 2011, every 3-4 years at the Perm National Research Polytechnic University, all-Russian conferences with international participation "Foundations of deep foundations and geotechnical problems of territories" are held.

This conference will be the 4th in the current format.

Conference Organizing Committee

General chair.
Anatoly Tashkinov.
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical sciences professor. Rector of PNRPU.
Co-Chair.
Vyacheslav Ilyichev.
Doctor of technical science, professor. Head of RSSMGFE. Vice head of RAASN.
Co-Chair.
Andrey Ponomarev.
Doctor of technical science, professor. Head of the СPG Department, PNRPU, Vice head of RSSMGFE
Co-Chair.
Leonid Nuzhdin.
PhD. Professor. Chairman of the Association of Siberian Geotechnics.
Scientific committee
  • Rustamhan Abdikarimov,  DSc, Professor, Tashkent Financial Institute (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
  • Leonid Bartolomey, DSc, Professor,, Tyumen industrial University (Tyumen, Russia)
  • Alexander Bekker, DSc, Professor, Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok, Russia)
  • Alexander Bogomolov, DSc, Professor, Volgograd State Technical University (Volgograd, Russia)
  • Gennady Boldyrev, DSc, Professor, Penza State University of Architecture and Construction (Penza, Russia)
  • Heinz Brandl,. Dr.techn., Dr.h.c.mult, President of the Austrian Society of Civil Engineers and Architects, Em. Head of Institute for Geotechnics, Vienna University of Technology (Vienna, Austria)
  • Vatin N.I., DSc, Professor,  Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (St.-Petersburg, Russia)
  • Ivan Vaníchek, DSc. “EN”, professor, Czech Technical University in Prague, (Prague, Czech);
  • Alexey Volosuhin, DSc, Professor, Head of Institute of Hydraulic Structure Safety (Novocherkassk, Russia)
  • Serge Varaksin, professor, Scientific advisor “Apageo”, Head of Technical Committee  Т212 ISSMGE (Frence);
  • Fahraddin Gabibov, PhD, professor, Azerbaijan Scientific Research Institute for Construction and Architecture (Baku, Azerbaijan)
  • Vyacheslav Glagovsky, DSc, professor, the B.E. Vedeneev All Russia Institute of Hydraulic Engineering (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
  • Alfred Gotman, DSc, Professor, Vice President, Russian Society for Soil Mechanics, Geotechnics and Foundation Engineering, (Moscow, Russia)
  • Natalya Gotman, DSc, Professor, Russian University of Transport (Moscow, Russia)
  • Erol Güler, Ph.D., M.S., B.S, professor, Bogazici University, Head of Turkish Geosynthetics Society (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • Andrea Dominijanni, Ph.D, professor, Politecnico di Torino (Torino, Italy);
  • Vladimir Dyba, DSc, Professor, Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University (Novocherkassk, Russia)
  • Askar Zhusupbekov, DSc, Professor,  President of Kazakhstan Geotechnical Society (Astana, Kazakhstan);
  • Vladimir Znamensky, DSc, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, (Moscow, Russia)
  • Rolf Katzenbach, Dr.-Ing., professor Technical University (TU) of Darmstadt (Darmstadt,  Germany);
  • Sergeу Kudryavtsev, DSc, Professor, Far Eastern State Transport University (Khabarovsk, Russia)
  • Vladimir Lushnikov, DSc, Professor, UralNIIproject, The Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, (Ekaterinburg, Russia)
  • Rashid Mangushev, DSc, Professor, Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), Vice head of RSSMGFE
  • Mait Mets, PhD, professor, University of Life Sciences Institute of Forestry and Rural Engineering, (Tartu, Estonia)
  • Mario Manassero, PhD, professor, Politecnico di Torino, Vice President of ISSMGE for Europe (Torino, Italy);
  • Sergey Matveev, DSc, Professor, Siberian State Automobile And Higway University (Omsk, Russian Federation)
  • Ilizar Mirsayapov, DSc, Professor, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, (Kazan, Russia)
  • Alexander Nevzorov, DSc, Professor, Northern (Arctic) Federal University, (Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation)
  • Nadezhda Nikiforova, DSc, Professor, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (Moscow, Russia)
  • Leonid Nuzhdin, PhD, Professor, Novosibirsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
  • Alexey Pilyagin, DSc, Professor, Moscow Polytechnic University, Cheboksary Institute (Cheboksary, Russia)
  • Anatoly Polishchuk, DSc, Professor, Kuban State Agrarian University, (Krasnodar, Russia)
  • Yakov Pronozin, DSc, Professor, Tyumen industrial University (Tyumen, Russia)
  • Anatoly Protosyanya, DSc, Professor, Saint-Petersburg Mining University (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
  • Alexey Savinov,  DSc, Professor, Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov (Saratov, Russia)
  • Vitaly Sergeev, Professor, DSc,  Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (St.-Petersburg, Russia)
  • Gennady Skibin, DSc, Professor, Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University (Novocherkassk, Russia)
  • Zaven Ter-Martirosyan, DSc, Professor, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, (Moscow, Russia)
  • Armen Ter-Martirosyan, DSc, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (Moscow, Russia)
  • Askar Hasanov, DSc, professor, Head of UzGA (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
  • Eun Chul Shin,  Ph.D, M.S, professor, Incheon National University, Vice President of ISSMGE for Asia (South Korea)
  • Sven Schwerdt, Dr.-Ing., professor, Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences, (Magdeburg, Germany)
  • Oleg Shuliatyev, Deputy Director in charge of research at the Gersevanov R&D Institute for Underground Structures and Facilities (Moscow, Russia)

Conference topics

REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION

To participate in the conference, please register

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Important Dates

Accommodation

Conference participants pay for their hotel accommodation themselves. Nearest hotels:

Call for papers

Scopus/Web of Science

Authors are invited to submit papers through the Easy Chair.

To publish your CFP (call for papers) in EasyChair, you should make the following steps.

  1. Log in to EasyChair. You will be in "My EasyChair"   environment.
  2. Click on "CFPs" in the main menu and follow the   instructions on how to add a new CFP. Сreate CFP linked  to DFG 2021.

Be sure that your paper is in strict accordance to templates:

Conference papers are indexed in Web of Science / SCOPUS.

 Registrants are invited to submit a paper for consideration for poster or oral presentation. The Scientific Committee will select paper submissions from conference registrants as posters and oral presentations at the meeting.

 Please note: You must register for the conference prior to submitting a paper. Paper received from anyone who has not registered to attend the conference will not be considered.

 The manuscript should follow the IMRaD format :

  1.  Title
  2.  Authors
  3. Keywords
  4.  Abstract
  5. Introduction
  6. Materials and methods
  7. Results
  8. Discussion
  9. Conclusion
  10. Acknowledgments
  11. References
  12. Origin, motivation and contribution

Papers which are prepared for publishing should be original research manuscripts, never published before and not under consideration for publication in any other conference proceeding (journal etc.). All papers are supposed to present novel research results of international interest. Papers need to be related to the main topic of the conference and conference topic fields. We publish papers written in good English only. All papers are reviewed by a native speaker. All papers are thoroughly checked for plagiarism. Acceptable minimum of originality is 90%. All papers should be not less than 6 pages (recommended 8-12 pages).

Ethics

Please read the detailed Elsevier Publication Ethics. (Elsevier recommendations and COPE’s Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors). If a paper contains figures or tables taken from other sources, the author must get the respective permission for reproduction them from the corresponding publishers.

Authorship

Number of authors in a single paper is 6 person maximum. One person can be the author of not more than 2 articles. The corresponding author is the person chosen within the group to be responsible for all contact and correspondence with the periodical. The corresponding author should ensure that all appropriate co-authors (and no inappropriate co-authors) are included in the paper, and that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the paper and agree on its submission for publication.

RSCI

For publication in the RSCI, authors are invited to submit articles via the conference e-mail geotechnicsperm@mail.ru.

In the field "subject" of the e-mail, indicate "Article for RSCI". The file name of the article must contain the names of the authors in the order indicated in the article, for example "Ivanov Petrov Sidorov.docx".

Make sure your article strictly follows the template:

Conference reports will be published in the conference proceedings.

Please note: You must register for the conference prior to submitting a paper. Paper received from anyone who has not registered to attend the conference will not be considered.

The manuscript should follow the IMRaD format :

  1. Title
  2. Authors
  3. Keywords
  4. Abstract
  5. Introduction
  6. Materials and methods
  7. Results
  8. Discussion
  9. Conclusion
  10. Acknowledgments
  11. References
  12. Origin, motivation and contribution

Papers which are prepared for publishing should be original research manuscripts, never published before and not under consideration for publication in any other conference proceeding (journal etc.). All papers are supposed to present novel research results of international interest. Papers need to be related to the main topic of the conference and conference topic fields. All papers are thoroughly checked for plagiarism. Acceptable minimum of originality is 75%. All papers should be not less than 6 pages (recommended 8-12 pages).

Publications in the proceedings of the conference must comply with the ethical principles applicable to all publications of PNRPU

Ethics

If an article contains figures or tables taken from other sources, the author must obtain appropriate permission to reproduce them from the respective publishers.

Authorship

Number of authors in a single paper is 6 person maximum. One person can be the author of not more than 2 articles. The corresponding author is the person chosen within the group to be responsible for all contact and correspondence with the periodical. The corresponding author should ensure that all appropriate co-authors (and no inappropriate co-authors) are included in the paper, and that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the paper and agree on its submission for publication.

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