热烈祝贺李术才教授当选国际隧道协会知名杂志TUST编委

    近日收到国际隧道协会(ITA)知名杂志Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology (TUST)主编Jian Zhao教授的信函,鉴于我校李术才教授在国内外隧道及地下空间学术界的较高影响力,诚挚的邀请李术才教授担任该杂志的编委,从2010年1月开始生效。
    TUST杂志自从1975年创刊以来,在国际隧道界有着极高的影响力,是国际隧道协会和国际地下空间协会的王牌杂志,影响因子一直位于岩土类杂志前列。

杂志相关介绍:

Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology is an international journal which publishes authoritative articles encompassing the development of innovative uses of underground space and the results of high quality research into improved, more cost-effective techniques for the planning, geo-investigation, design, construction, operation and maintenance of underground and earth-sheltered structures. The journal provides an effective vehicle for the improved worldwide exchange of information on developments in underground technology - and the experience gained from its use - and is strongly committed to publishing papers on the interdisciplinary aspects of creating, planning, and regulating underground space. Towards this end, up-to-date reports of the International Tunnelling Association (ITA) working groups and important papers from major conferences sponsored by the ITA and other bodies are a regular feature of the journal.

Incorporation of Trenchless Technology Research, which provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research and developments in all areas pertaining to trenchless technology, widened the scope of TUST to cover the installation, repair, and renewal of underground pipelines, ducts, and cables while eliminating the need for continuous surface excavation. The techniques include pipe jacking, microtunnelling, auger boring, pipe bursting, pipe splitting, pipe ramming, directional drilling and steerable and non-steerable moling, together with all methods of relining and rehabilitation. The performance of newly installed and rehabilitated pipes equally lies within the scope of the journal, while the influence of trenchless technology on the surrounding environment is central to the debate on the subject. Publication of research dealing with the relative direct and social costs of traditional and trenchless pipe laying, with novel geotechnical applications of trenchless technology, and with locating and mapping of the existing buried utility service infrastructure is equally encouraged.