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Saõ Paulo - Friday 08 – Saturday 09 November 2013 Semi nar on I mmer sed Tunnel s ITACET Foundation for Education and Training on Tunnelling and Underground Space Use Foundation COMITÊ BRASILEIRO DE TÚNEIS Saõ Paulo - Friday 08 – Saturday 09 November 2013 Seminar on Immersed Tunnels I TACET Foundati on - c/o EPFL - GC D 1 402 (Bât. GC) - Stati on 18 - 1015 Lausanne - Swi tzerl and ITACET Foundation for Education and Training on Tunnelling and Underground Space Use Foundation COMITÊ BRASILEI
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  Saõ Paulo - Friday 08 – Saturday 09 November 2013 Seminar on Immersed Tunnels ITACET Foundation for Education and Training onTunnelling and Underground Space Use Foundation COMITÊ BRASILEIRODE TÚNEIS  Saõ Paulo - Friday 08 – Saturday 09 November 2013 Seminar on Immersed Tunnels ITACET Foundation - c/o EPFL - GC D 1 402 (Bât. GC) - Station 18 - 1015 Lausanne - Switzerland ITACET Foundation for Education and Training onTunnelling and Underground Space Use Foundation COMITÊ BRASILEIRODE TÚNEIS Lecturers of the seminar   (in the order of their intervention during the training session) Tarcicio Celestino >>   Civil Engineer, Escola Politécnica, University of São Paulo, 1972. M.S., Civil Engineering (Rock Mechanics), University of California, Berkeley, 1979. Ph.D., Civil Engineering (Rock Mechanics), University of California, Berkeley, 1981.Experience: Themag Engenharia Ltda., São Paulo, Brazil. Civil Engineering Manager. Leader of the Geotechnical Engineering, Engineering Geology and Transportation Engineering Design Groups. Technical responsibility for the geotechnical designs of several hydroelectric power plants, subways, highways, etc., including major underground works (since 1990). São Carlos Engineering School, University of São Paulo. Professor Doctor. Responsible for the graduate courses and research areas on Rock Mechanics and Underground Works. Adviser of 21 Master’s Dissertations and 10 Doctor’s Theses (since 1989). IHE Delft - International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering. Invited Lecturer for the Master of Science program on Underground Space Technology, The Netherlands (1999 – 2000). Consultant for a number of underground works, including the appointment by the Mayor of São Paulo to the three-member panel to investigate the causes of the accident with the tunnel underneath Santo Amaro Avenue in 1993.Af  fi liations: President, CBT -Brazilian Tunnelling Committee (2006-2010). Animateur, Working Group 12 on Spayed Concrete Use, ITA - International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (2005-2010). Vice-President for South America, ISRM – International Society for Rock Mechanics (1989-91). President, ABGE – Brazilian Association for Engineering Geology (1984-87). President, ABMS São Paulo Chapter – Brazilian Association for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (1988-90) Hugo Cássio Rocha >> Geologist (1983) - University of São Paulo- USP Institute of Geo-sciences.M.Sc. (1995) University of Sao Paulo- USP , Sao Carlos School of Engineering–, in Geotechnical Engineering. MBA (2008) FIA- University of São Paulo- USP. in Project ManagementCivil Design Department Chief- São Paulo- Subway Company- MetrôExperience of more than twenty fi ve years in project Engineering Geology, Civil design, geo-technical engineering and environment of the various São Paulo subway lines, such as Line 1 Blue Line 2 – Green, Line 3 – Red 4 - Yellow, 5 - Lilac, 6 – Orange, 15 white, and several other ongoing studies.President of the Brazilian Tunnelling Committee – CBT from ITA.Vice President of the Organizing Committee of the WTC-2014 (World Tunnel Congress 2014) in Brazil.  Saõ Paulo - Friday 08 – Saturday 09 November 2013 Seminar on Immersed Tunnels ITACET Foundation - c/o EPFL - GC D 1 402 (Bât. GC) - Station 18 - 1015 Lausanne - Switzerland ITACET Foundation for Education and Training onTunnelling and Underground Space Use Foundation COMITÊ BRASILEIRODE TÚNEIS Lecturers of the seminar   (in the order of their intervention during the training session) Michael Tonnesen >>   Michael Tonnesen has 20 years of experience within design and project management of major infrastructure projects including tunnels, underground and marine structures.He currently holds a position as Chief Specialist/Chief Project Manager in the Department for Tunnels and Underground Structures in COWI, a Danish Consulting Engineering Company.He has been working in all phases of project development within immersed tunnel projects from the early feasibility studies to detailed design and design follow-up with Contractors during construction. Furthermore, he has been involved in assessment and maintenance inspection of existing tunnels. Some of the main assignments cover:ã Project/Design Manager for the Immersed Tunnel in Limerick, Ireland during environmental impact as-sessment, preparation of employer’s requirements up to the tender evaluation phase. The contract was tendered as a Public Private Partnership contract.ã Team leader on the Busan Immersed Tunnel in South Korea, responsible for structural design of a 3 km long immersed road tunnel. The tunnel is located at water depths of around 48 m and exposed to off shore waves and moderate seismic activities. The tunnel is the longest and deepest immersed concrete segmental tunnel in the world.ã Structural Design Team Leader for Owners reference design, IMT Specialist for winning Contractors tender design and subsequently team leader for COWI’s part of detailed design of the 5.5 km long Im-mersed Road Tunnel being part of a new fi xed link between Hong Kong and Macao planned to open in 2016. The tunnel will be located at water depths of around 42 m and having three carriage ways in each bore.  Jonathan Baber >> BEng (Hons), University of Surrey, UK (1989) Chartered Engineer, Mem-ber of the Institution of Civil Engineers, UK, Member of the British Tunnelling Society, Animateur of ITA Working Group 11 – Immersed and Floating TunnelsCurrent Position: Project Director, Mott MacDonald Ltd, UK Jonathan has worked in consultancy on major road and rail infrastructure construction projects for over 25 years. He is a specialist in the fi eld of immersed tunnels and has worked on many such projects in Europe, Scandinavia, Asia and North America. He has worked with most of the contractors operating in the immersed tunnel fi eld worldwide and has experience on projects in inland waterways, in estuary environments and offshore. His notable projects include the Øresund Tunnel that forms part of the link between Denmark and Sweden, and is the largest concrete tunnel in the world, the Bjørvika Tunnel in Oslo, the Limerick and Jack Lynch Tunnels in Ireland, the Aktio-Preveza tunnel in Greece, the Lantau & Airport Railway tunnel in Hong Kong and the New Tyne Crossing in the UK. He also provided expert advice to the Virginia Department of Transportation in the USA for the procurement of a new immersed tunnel beneath the Elizabeth River in Norfolk, Virginia. Jonathan is the Animateur of the International Tunnelling Association Working Group 11 for Immersed and Floating Tun-nels, having acted as vice-Animateur for 9 years previously. This group is the only forum of its kind in the world where experts in the fi eld of immersed tunnel discuss best practice and prepare industry guidance. A structural engineer by background, he has a thorough working knowledge of all aspects of immersed tunnel design and construction including structural design, geotechnical engineering, mechanical and electrical operational systems, and the specialist temporary works and construction methods required. He has undertaken immersed tunnel design in seismic areas and for numer-ous different forms of immersed tunnel structure in a wide variety of soil conditions. He has worked on immersed tunnel projects at all stages of design and under all of the main forms of procurement including PFI projects.  Saõ Paulo - Friday 08 – Saturday 09 November 2013 Seminar on Immersed Tunnels ITACET Foundation - c/o EPFL - GC D 1 402 (Bât. GC) - Station 18 - 1015 Lausanne - Switzerland ITACET Foundation for Education and Training onTunnelling and Underground Space Use Foundation COMITÊ BRASILEIRODE TÚNEIS Lecturers of the seminar   (in the order of their intervention during the training session) Christian Ingerslev >> Eur Ing LARS CHRISTIAN F. INGERSLEV, P.E., M.A. (Cantab), C.Eng., F.I.C.E., F. ASCE - Vice President, Principal Professional Associate, Parsons Brinckerhoff Christian Ingerslev is a senior project manager with Parsons Brinckerhoff. He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, UK. He has 48 years of experience in the design and construction of transportation facilities, including tunnels and bridges, and specializes in immersed tunnels. He has worked on a number of large-scale projects in the United States, Middle East and Southeast Asia and has held project management and supervisory design responsibilities. He provides project management and structural engineering services for endeavors in world-wide. He is the contrac-tor’s lead designer for the Second Midtown Tunnel Elizabeth River, Virginia; he manages structural aspects of major projects in the region such as immersed tunnels in Virginia (USA) and Hong Kong.For 8 years until 2013, Mr. Ingerslev was Animateur [chairman] of Working Group 11, Immersed and Floating Tunnels. He is a past president of the ASCE Met Section [New York] and of the [British] Institution of Civil Engineers New York local association. Hans de Wit >> Hans de Wit is currently the Managing Director of Tunnel Engineering Con-sultants (TEC), established 25 years ago as a Joint Venture of two major Consultants from the Netherlands Royal HaskoningDHV and Witteveen + Bos. Hans has been involved in major underground infrastructural projects (both in the Netherlands and overseas) for 25 years and held positions as project manager, design manager or senior con-sultant. For many years he was involved in the challenging North/South Metro Line in Amsterdam and responsible for innovative building pit concepts for deep station boxes in the historic city center under the listed buildings of the Amsterdam Central Railway station. Amongst the tech-niques applied are immersed tunnels, cut & cover tunnels, bored tunnels and pneumatic caissons.Over the years Hans developed special knowledge and expertise regarding immersed tunnels and he was involved in more than 20 immersed tunnel projects. Currently he is:ã Lead reviewer and consultant “Immersed Tunnel” for the Hong Kong Zhuhai Macau Link between Hong Kong and the Mainland China, comprising a 6 km immersed tunnelã Board member of the Design Consortium Ramboll – Arup – TEC for the Fehmernbelt Link, a 19 km long immersed tunnel between Denmark and Germanyã Consultant and Reviewer in the Santos-Guarujá Crossing in São Paulo State. The link is planned in the port of Santos and will be the fi rst immersed tunnel in Brazil.Hans is been nearly 25 years with Tunnel Engineering Consultants and published over 25 papers dealing with under-ground design construction. He is lecturer at Delft University of Technology, Civil Engineering for the master course “Immersed Tunnels”. He is also member of the Working Group 11 “Immersed and Floating Tunnels” of the ITA and ITA CET lecturer.
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