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Lisbon Civil Engineering Summit 2019 – CES 2019
September 24, 2019 - September 28, 2019
Between 24 and 28 September 2019, the Portuguese Engineers Association (OEP – Ordem dos Engenheiros de Portugal) will bring engineers from around the world to Lisbon to share knowledge, challenges and projects in Lisbon Civil Engineering Summit 2019 (CES2019), that will be held at LNEC- The National Civil Engineering Laboratory.
This international event aims to discuss, with a global and integrative approach, the main issues that currently affect the community of civil engineers, who seek solutions to new and also old challenges, in which its role will have a major impact, as climate change, food and water security, safety construction and all the other UN Sustainable Development Goals.
These issues can only be achieved with the engineering commitment and innovation, without forgetting the problems that still remains after the global financial crisis, related with engineers employability.
Simultaneously with the CES2019, Lisbon will also host the World Council of Civil Engineers (WCCE), the European Council of Civil Engineers (ECCE), the European Council of Engineers Chambers (ECEC) and the Engineering Association of Mediterranean Countries (EAMC) General Assemblies.
Registration procedure and fees for CES 2019 (How do we register and is there a discount fee for WFEO Members?)
- There are special prices for WFEO Members, presented in one pack. For 75€, the WFEO Member will have access to 3 days Summit, which includes 2 Lunches. For an extra 75€ they can also participate in the CES Gala Dinner in Estoril which includes the show “Saturday Night Fever”.
- Registration Form webpage for all activities
Are there accommodation proposals for this event?
- You can check this information at the accommodation webpage
“Please keep in mind that due to the forthcoming tourist period, you are advised to book your room as soon as possible.”
Social Programme “Lisbon Bridges, Wine and Beach”
- Fee: 50€
- Further information at the social programme webpage
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