[Lecture] Preview of "Global Vision Lectures" (11)
Update Time:2023-10-23 15:05:20

Global Vision Lectures was initiated by the International Office of WUT, aiming at providing a high-level and multi-field international academic exchange platform for teachers and students by uniting teaching and scientific research units to hold a series of high-end academic lectures. This project is designed to promote scientific research exchanges, to broaden the international horizons of teachers and students, and to further enhance their international communication capacity. The eleventh lecture will be held on Tuesday, October 24, and the activity information is as follows:

Topic: Geotechnical and Structural Aspects of Natural and Man Made Disaster

Lecturer: Academician Askar Zhussupbekov

Time: Tuesday, October 24, 2023 (15:00-17:00), UTC+8

Venue: East Teaching Building, West Mafangshan Campus

Organizer: School of Civil Engineering and Architecture


Askar Zhussupbekov is an academician of the National Academy of Engineering of Kazakhstan, the president of the National Geotechnical Society of Kazakhstan, the former vice president of the Asian Society of Geotechnics, and a professor of the Department of Civil Engineering of L. N. Gumilev Eurasian National University. He has been engaged in the research of the soft soil subgrade of Astana, the Republic of Kazakhstan and Saint Petersburg in Russia, as well as the geotechnics related to the special engineering geological conditions of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic, and other countries in Central Asia. Currently, Prof. Askar Zhussupbekov has supervised 52 doctoral students, and published over 300 academic thesis and 3 academic works in total. In addition, Prof. Askar Zhussupbekov has been invited many times to give academic reports at important international conferences.

Rewritten by: Zhou You

Edited by: Wang Jingjing, Li Tiantian

Source: School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, International Office of WUT