IABSE  E - Learning Project

Preliminary – Experimental Phase




Objective of IABSE E-Learning:   The main objective of the E-learning project of IABSE is to provide, in addition to publications and conferences, an third channel for the exchange of knowledge and experience in Structural Engineering. It will help IABSE to fulfill its mission and objectives.


The site is still in a preliminary and experimental phase. Your comments and suggestions will be appreciated. Please have a look to what is already operational and to what is planned. You are most welcome to let us know your opinion and suggestions. You may also provide your contributions, which will be considered for uploading on this website by the IABSE E-Learning Board. Please send your comments or proposals to


IABSE website:  ,    IABSE Foundation:


Committees in charge:  

In September 2006, a committee was established to follow up the work on the  "IABSE Lecture Series".  The members of the committee are: Joerg Schneider, Tobia Zordan, and Mourad M. Bakhoum.  This committee was responsible for the developments and the selection of the contents currently available on the E-Learning website.


From May 2008, the IABSE E-Learning Board will be in charge of checking the actual content and of ensuring the quality of  the IABSE E-Learning website. Members of the IABSE E-Learning Board are (arranged alphabetically): Mourad M. Bakhoum, Annette Bögle, Charis J. Gantes, James H. (Jim) Garrett, K.R. Jayasankar, Gilson Marchesini, John Miles, Ingo Müllers, Joerg Schneider, Ann Schumacher, José Turmo, Tobia Zordan.



The Committee is thankfull to the IABSE Foundation Council for its decisive financial support, it acknowledges the help from members of the Technical and Executive Committees of IABSE and the support by the IABSE Secretariat. The trust and support of the lecturers who provided presentations, especially recorded for the IABSE Lecture Series, while still in the very preliminary phase is acknowledged as well. The website and its content in the format currently shown would not exist without the immense support and dedication provided by IT experts in Cairo.



(Last update 21 May 2008)