Steps towards digital-based environmental civil engineering in developing countries

Slobodan B. Mickovski, Jovan Br. Papic

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Abstract

Digital skills are becoming increasingly important within civil engineering, along with a growing need for other soft skills applicable in training, research, and practice which should reflect the diversity of modern civil engineering. Civil engineers need to embrace digital technology and develop skills necessary to exploit its benefits. A culture of continuous learning needs to be embedded more deeply in the profession to ensure that individuals can meet skills requirements throughout their careers and, for this, a more flexible approach which will include both academia and industry is needed. In order to achieve it, a project has been realized by Glasgow Caledonian University, which was conducted by Macedonian Association for Geotechnics. The applied methodology and findings are explained below.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFifth symposium of the Macedonian Association for Geotechnics
EditorsSlobodan Ćorić, Jovan Br. Papić
PublisherMacedonian Association for Geotechnics
Number of pages6
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 25 May 2022

Keywords

  • civil engineering
  • geotechnical engineering
  • nature based solutions
  • BIM
  • sustainability
  • resilience
  • SDG integration
  • digitalisation
  • industry 4.0

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