After months of hard work, we can finally present you the COGAN Competency Tracker. The COGAN competency is now ready to be tested and it can be accessed at www.psecompetencytracker.org/cogan. Anybody can now browse through the competency tracker and review it anonymously. We would like to receive feedback in order to add any needed improvement. Consequently, we would […]
Join us and register to our webinar on Computing for Geotechnical Design! We are delighted to offer you a free webinar on computing for Geotechnical Design on the 24th October 2014 (12:00 Noon BST, 13:00 CEST, 08:00 EDT, 05:00 PDT) so mark this date! The principal aim of the webinar is to address the fact […]
The NUMGE conference was the 8th in a series of conferences on Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering organized by the ERTC7 in Delft (Netherlands) where Andrew Lees from Geofem had the chance to introduce the COGAN project to the Conference’s participants. Some pictures were taken for this occasion and are now online on the NUMGE website […]
We are pleased to announce that the COGAN Industry Needs Survey Report is now available and can be downloaded below. Thank you to all those who participated in the survey and we hope that you find the results as interesting as we did! Cogan_INS_report
Guided by feedback from the Industry Needs Survey, the COGAN partners chose the two topics to be covered by the COGAN E-Learning modules later in the project. These topics will be: Setting up a geotechnical numerical model Structural elements in geotechnical numerical models These E-Learning modules will be ready at the end of the COGAN […]
Thanks to the Industry Needs Survey results and fruitful discussions at the second COGAN Project meeting in Padova in January 2014, the list of modules for the Competency Tracker was agreed. For each of these, domain experts will prepare competence statements with learning references defining much of what an engineer needs to know in order […]
The COGAN project industry needs survey received a strong response indicating a high level of interest in the project and the deliverables. More than 600 geotechnical analysts from across Europe participated in the survey, helping ensure that the future deliverables meet industry needs. COGAN aims improve competency in geotechnical analysis and will achieve this by […]
The closing date for the COGAN industry has been extended to 31st December 2013. More than 400 have participated in the COGAN project industry needs survey so far, helping shape the outcomes of the project. Ensure that the deliverables meet your needs by completing the survey.
COGAN aims improve competency in geotechnical analysis. The project will achieve this by preparing a framework for defining and recording numerical analysis skills in geotechnical engineering as well as E-Learning modules in key technical areas. Help ensure that the outcomes of the COGAN meet your needs by completing the project survey.
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