Short course dates: March 22 and 23, 2019
Last date for registration: March 15, 2019
Objective of this Short course and Workshop
is to provide a theoretical background to the behavior of thin-walled members (CFS/LGSF) and presents methods & tools that engineers use for the analysis and design of cold-formed steel. The content of the course is tailored for academicians, research students, practitioners with previous experience, consultants and for engineers on site who are interested in extending their knowledge in cold-formed steel structures. The workshop delivers concise information about buckling analysis of thin-walled structures, design strength predictions for cold-formed steel members.
Short course and workshop contents
Why should attend? & Who should attend?
If you are a structural engineer and wanting to gain expertise in the current trends of Cold-formed steel then you must attend this.
Graduate Students, Academicians (Lecturers and Professors); Practicing Engineers; Research Students and Consultants.