The 10th International Conference on

Bridges in Danube Basin

has taken place from 25th to 27th September 2019 in Vienna

As organizer it was our pride and honour that this, after its first time in Vienna in 1992, now 27 years later, meanwhile traditional conference, has taken place again in Vienna!


The Danube River is an international waterway flowing 2860 km across Europe from the heights of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) down to the Black Sea delta. In its passage, the second longest European river crosses 22 geographical meridians, joining 10 countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and the Ukraine. The Danube drainage basin extends into nine further countries.danube regionThe International Conference on Bridges in the Danube Basin has become a traditional international event in bridge engineering, initiated by Prof. Miklós Iványi and organized periodically each third year in different Danube countries: 1992 on a ship, sailing on the Danube from Vienna via Bratislava to Budapest, 1995 in Bucharest, 1998 in Regensburg, 2001 in Bratislava, 2004 in Novi Sad, 2007 in Budapest, 2010 in Sofia, 2013 in Timisoara and Belgrade and 2016 in Žilina. The tenth International Conference on Bridges in Danube Basin has taken place in Vienna in September 2019, aiming to analyse present trends in bridge construction in every Danube country.


The main goal of the Conference is the overall exchange of knowledge and experiences between different institutions, proprietors, contractors, bridge designers and constructors, as well as scientific experts. The lectures at the Conference primarily discussing bridges across the Danube and its tributaries, i.e. bridges situated in the Danube Basin. The Conference also aims to promote advances in bridge engineering.


Assoc. Prof. Ároch R., Slovakia
Prof. Dunai L., Hungary
Prof. Fink J., Austria
Prof. Fischer O., Germany
Prof. Gutiu S., Romania
Assoc. Prof. Iványi M. jr., Hungary
Prof. Kollegger J., Austria
Dr. Kušter Marić M., Croatia
Prof. Marković Z., Serbia
Prof. Mensinger M., Germany
Prof. Petzek E., Romania
Prof. Vičan J., Slovakia
Assoc. Prof. Vlašić A., Croatia


Prof. Băncilă R., Romania
Prof. Bujňák J., Slovakia
Prof. Folić R., Serbia
Dr. Sabin F., Romania
Prof. Stipanić B., Serbia
Prof. Topurov K., Bulgaria


Prof. Fink J., Austria
Prof. Kollegger J., Austria
Pauser M., Austria
Kronfuß B., Austria
Mößler D., Austria
Silberknoll J., Austria