A multi-track conference programme will be organized by ISTT and will include local and international speakers
Presentations will focus on the latest innovations and techniques and will provide an exciting platform for delegates to learn from. The programme format is structured to create an educational atmosphere that encourages the exchange of information and experiences, while networking with likeminded industry colleagues. The programme will also include a site visit featuring live demonstrations.
Registration will open soon.
Call for Papers
Prospective authors will be invited to submit proposals for consideration in the Conference programme.
A synopsis (maximum of 200 words) together with the author’s biography should be sent via our online portal once opened.
ISTT will confirm timeframes and deadlines for the Call for Papers procedure soon.
If you are interested in submitting an abstract for the event and would like some more information, please contact the organisers: firstname.lastname@example.org | +44 (0)1923 723 990.
International No-Dig is delighted to announce a Student Programme at this year’s event. The highlight of the student programme will be a series of Trenchless Technology masterclasses introducing young engineers to the basic principles and fundamental economic and environmental benefits of key technologies such as Microtunnelling, HDD, Pipe Ramming, Auger Boring and Pipe Bursting as well as more established rehabilitation methods such as Cured in Place Pipe, Spray Lining, Spiral Wound Lining, Fold and Form and Close Fit Lining.
Students will also learn about vital supporting technologies including geotechnical and condition assessment surveys. The programme, based on the ISTT Masterclass concept, will prepare the students for a closing session where they will benefit from a hosted tour of the exhibition to see first-hand the latest innovations in technology and service provision.
Commentating on the programme, Westrade Managing Director, Paul Harwood said: “The Student Programme fits perfectly with the very forward-looking nature that is No-Dig Helsinki. This high growth and innovative sector is an exciting place for the engineers of the future and it is great to be able to support their development and increase their understanding of the opportunities available to them.”