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ESREL 2021 – A special session entitled "Risk management for the design, construction and operation of tunnels"

It is a great pleasure to announce that a special session on tunnel safety will be set up for the first time. This is a good opportunity to establish collaboration across research communities within tunnel safety.

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The 31st European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2021) will be held in Angers, France on 19-23 September 2021.

The 31st European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2021) will be held in Angers, France on 19-23 September 2021.

It is a great pleasure to announce that a special session on tunnel safety will be set up for the first time.

This session is entitled "Risk management for the design, construction and operation of tunnels".

Visit the conference website for more information on the call for paper abstracts on this special session presentation.

Extended abstract submission deadline: February 15, 2021.

Special issue in Journal and Transportation Engineering on tunnel safety

A special issue in Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (JTTE) is planned for the special session on tunnel safety. The special issue in JTTE will accommodate extended versions of papers presented in ESREL 2021, after further peer review process of JTTE.

Read a supplementary description at JTTE's webpage.  

ESREL 2021 – an opportunity to promote the Capacity Boost Tunnel Safety project

ESREL's 2021 special session on Tunnel Safety is a good arena for establishing collaboration across research communities within tunnel safety. The University of Stavanger is the project owner of an ongoing project called Capacity Boost Tunnel Safety (KATS) funded by the Research Council of Norway. KATS started in 2018 and will continue until March 2024.

The main goal of KATS is to build research-based expertise that enables the tunnel safety industry to deliver valuable solutions for tunnel safety. New joint activities with partners in the tunnel safety industry on a national and international levels, in both R&D and industrial projects, will be emphasized the next three years.

For more information about KATS, visit our website and the project's LinkedIn-profile.

You can also read an information letter about the KATS-project here (in Norwegian and English).

Contact: Project manager: Associate Prof. Henrik Bjelland, henrik.bjelland@uis.no at the University of Stavanger, Norway.