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Conference Objectives

Computational models and methods, together with advanced exploration and monitoring techniques are, by now, established tools in underground engineering. While numerical methods are nowadays regularly applied in the design, construction and maintenance phases of underground structures, thus evolving from a pure research state to a vivid and practically used technology of highly innovative potential, the conference aims to discuss the latest advances and challenges connected with computational prognosis models and methods to generate safe, economic and environmentally friendly solutions in subsurface engineering and tunneling.

EURO:TUN 2013 is the third conference of a series of successful conferences started in 2007 in Vienna. EURO:TUN 2013 expands the range of topics from the specific area of simulation models to be used for tunneling towards computational models and methods for related areas of subsurface engineering such as mining, caverns and subsurface storage facilities. Like the previous conferences, EURO:TUN 2013 aims to provide a forum for the discussion, assessment and review of latest advancements in research, new developments and applications of computational models and methods in tunneling and subsurface engineering. Furthermore it will provide an overview of the current state of the art and future perspectives of numerical modeling and computational technologies in underground construction.