Issue Number 3 was released with some excellent papers including “Leaning Tower of Pisa: Behavior after Stabilization Operations”, “The Washington Monument Case History” and “Reconstruction of Konstantinovsky Palace in a Suburb of Saint Petersburg”. (Image from Burland et. al, 2009, IJGC)
I stumbled across this video for the geotechnical engineering centrifuge at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Centrifuge testing is a popular way to economically test models at much higher loads and pressures than you would normally be able to in the laboratory. The goal is to more accurately represent the real world conditions. Click through for the video.
UC Berkley has a bunch of lectures online, including three geoengineering themed ones. It appears that they were all from lectures given as a part of the 27th Annual GeoEngineering Distinguished Lecture Series on May 8, 2009. So if you have an hour plus to kill per lecture (and I haven’t yet), you can check out one of the following.