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    • Julio 3 al 19 de2012 Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles(CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio) – Curso DICTADO en idioma inglés
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles (CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio)Los retos actuales que enfrenta Colombia para el desarrollo de su infraestructura detransporte, minera y de generación eléctrica, entre otros, hacen que los proyectos queinvolucren el diseño y la construcción de túneles estén dentro de las prioridadesestratégicas del País y esto sin duda requiere de la participación de muchos ingenieros consólidos conocimientos en el tema.El propósito de esta cátedra es brindar un panorama amplio, claro y actualizado sobre latemática de los túneles en aspectos como métodos de caracterización de los macizosrocosos, criterios de diseño según las condiciones del terreno y del proyecto, diferentesprocesos constructivos, aspectos ambientales, seguimiento y evaluación delcomportamiento de túneles, etc.
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles(CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio) COORDINADOR: Dr. Mario Camilo Torres Suárez Departamento de Ingeniería Civil y Agrícola PROFESORES INVITADOS: Prof. John A. Hudson Prof. Walter Wittke Past President of ISRM – Past President of ISRM, 2007-2011 1979 – 1983 United Kingdom Germany Prof. Xia-Ting Feng Dr.-Ing. Bettina Wittke- President, ISRM – Schmitt 2011-2015 Germany China
    • John A Hudson, BSc, PhD, DSc, FREng, obtained his BSc degree in Mining Engineering from the Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1965 and his PhD in rock mechanics from the University of Minnesota, USA, in 1970. After a further two-year period of post-doctoral study at the University of Minnesota, from 1972-1977 he worked in the Tunnels Division at the Transport and Road Research Laboratory, UK. Then, from 1977-1979at the Department of Strategic Research Operations in the Department of the Environment,UK, from 1979-1980 as a Visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin, USA, and from1980-1983 at the Building Research Station, UK. During this latter period, he was awardedthe DSc degree by the Heriot-Watt University. From 1983 to the present, he has beenaffiliated as Reader and then Professor in the Department of Earth Science and Engineeringat the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London, UK. Hewas elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 1998. Also and since 1985,Professor Hudson has acted as an independent consultant on more than 100 projects.
    • Xia-Ting Feng, BSc, PhD, obtained his BSc degree in Mining Engineering from the Northeast University of Science and Technology in Shenyang, China, in 1986 and his PhD in rock mechanics from the Northeastern University, China, in 1992. Then he has been affiliated as Lecturer, Associate Professor (from 1993-1996) and Professor (from 1996-2001) at the same university, from September 1995 to March 1996 as a Visiting Researcher and from December 1996 to November 1997 as a ITIT Special Research Officer at National Institute for Resource and Environment, Tsukuba, Japan, and from May to November 1996 as a ResearchOfficer at Department of Mining Engineering, the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.As a Professor of Hundred Talent Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, he moved toInstitute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1998, from 2001-2003 as Vice Director in Charge and from 2003-2005 as Director of this institute, from 2001-present as Director of Key Laboratory of Rock and Soil Mechanics, the Chinese Academy ofSciences. He worked in Imperial College, UK, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, and LilleUniversity of Science and Technology, France, as a Visiting Professor or Academic Visitor inshort term.
    • Prof. Walter Wittke, born in 1934, in Hamburg Germany, got his diploma in Civil Engineering in the University of Hannover in 1960; his doctoral thesis on “Shear Strength of Cohesionless Soil” was approved by the University of Karlsruhe in 1963, and after a stay at the University of California, Berkeley, and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in Denver, was appointed in 1965 as Lecturer for Soil and Rock Mechanics at the University of Karlsruhe. In 1970 he was appointed as Professor at the same University and in 1974 to 2000, as Professor and Director of the Institute for Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering at the University of Aachen.Prof. Wittke has published over 300 publications, delivered more than 100 lectures, has been refereefor Ph.D. theses, was Chairman of the 7th ISRM International Congress in 1991, of InternationalSymposia in 1970, 1974, 1982, and of numerous National Symposia, all held in Aachen.Prof. Wittke was Chairman of the ISRM German National Group, and, besides being a Fellow Memberof ISRM, he is Member of the International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering(ISSMGE), of the International Association of Engineering Geology (IAEG), of the National Committeeof International Tunneling Association (ITA), of the National Committee of the InternationalCommittee on Large Dams (ICOLD), Chairman of various Commissions, Consultant on numerousprojects in Rock Mechanics and Foundation Engineering in Germany and abroad.
    • Dr.-Ing. Bettina Wittke-Schmitt Germany 1988: Abitur (high school final examination) 1988-1990: Student of civil engineering, Aachen Technical University (RWTH Aachen), pre-diploma. 1990-1994: Student of civil engineering (hydraulic, water supply and sanitation engineering), University of Hannover. Practical work in Germany and foreign countries. 1994: Master thesis at the Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA.1994-1996: Referendarin (candidate for higher civil service) for the Federal Administration forWaterways and Navigation (Wasser- und Schiffahrtsverwaltung des Bundes), Second StateExamination.since 1997: Employee of the engineering firm WBI, Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Wittke Consulting Engineers forTunneling and Geotechnical Engineering GmbH, Aachen.1999: Doktor-Ingenieur (Ph.D. degree) of the Aachen Technical University (RWTH Aachen)2001: Proxy of the engineering firm Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Wittke Consulting Engineers for Tunneling andGeotechnical Engineering, WBI GmbH, Aachensince 2004: Managing partner of the engineering firm WBI, Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Wittke ConsultingEngineers for Tunneling and Geotechnical Engineering GmbH, Aachen
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles (CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio)Módulo 1:Caracterización de Macizos Rocosos y Determinación deParámetros Geomecánicos para Túneles. Prof. John A. Hudson, Reino Unido Martes 3 a Viernes 6 de Julio de 2012 de 8 a.m. a 12 m.
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles (CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio)Módulo 2:Diseño de Túneles Prof. Xia-Ting Feng, China Lunes 9 a Jueves 12 de Julio de 2012 de 8 a.m. a 12 m.
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles (CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio)Módulo 3:Construcción de Túneles Prof. Walter Wittke y Dr. Ing. Bettina Wittke-Schmitt, Alemania Lunes 16 a Jueves 19 de Julio de 2012 de 8 a.m. a 12 m.
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles (CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio)Equipo Organizador• Coordinador del Curso: Mario Camilo Torres Suárez, IC, Dr. Ing. - Profesor Asistente Presidente de la Sociedad Colombiana de Geotecnia (camilogeotecnia@gmail.com; mctorress@unal.edu.co; Tel 57-1-3165000- Ext. 13309, Of. 205, Ed. 406 – IEI)• Contacto y Apoyo Internacional: Álvaro Jaime González García, IC, MSc., DIC - Profesor Asociado• Coordinador del Posgrado: Guillermo Eduardo Ávila Álvarez, IC, Dr. Ing. - Profesor Asistente• Monitor Encargado: David Alejandro Aponte Rojas, Estudiante de Ingeniería Civil, Universidad Nacional (daaapontero@unal.edu.co) Curso en Idioma Inglés sin traducción
    • Caracterización, Diseño y Construcción de Túneles (CHARACTERIZATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS) (3 al 19 de Julio)Apoyo InstitucionalUniversidad Nacional de Colombia Sociedad Colombiana de GeotecniaGrupo de Investigación en Geotecnia Semillero de Investigación en Rocas
    • Mayor Información e Inscripciones: http://www.ing.unal.edu.co/catedra/ Tél: 3165000 Ext.10724 – 10719- 10721 E-mail: cinternac_fibog@unal.edu.coLímite de cupos 50 – Sin pago no se garantiza el cupo Estudiantes UNAL pueden inscribir la asignatura como libre elección (Código SIA 2025410) – 3 créditos evaluablesHaber cursado Geotecnia y preferiblemente Mecánica de Rocas
    • Curso en Idioma Inglés sin traducción Inversión• Estudiantes pregrado : $200.000• Estudiantes postgrado : $500.000• Profesionales : $900.000• Costo por Módulo : $350.000Los estudiantes de la UNAL tienen 50% de descuentoEgresados UNAL tienen 20% de descuentoMiembros activos de la SCG tienen 10% de descuentoUn cupo por cada cinco inscritos de una misma entidad / empresaBeneficios no acumulables – Todos deben presentar carnet vigente o Carta de afiliación al momento de formalizar su inscripción