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Geo-Extreme 2021

Call for Submissions

Proposal Submission for Technical Sessions, Panels, and Short Courses Deadline is May 22, 2020.

Abstracts Submission Deadline is June 19, 2020.

 

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Look for the full conference website with additional conference information this summer!

Conference Topics


Extreme events and geo-hazards of interest include tropical cyclones and hurricanes, extreme precipitation, floods, droughts, heatwaves, wildfires, ice jams, snowpack, snowmelt, debris flows, natural and man-made earthquakes, tsunamis, land subsidence, and landslides.


Topic A:  Case Histories, Lessons Learned, and Best Practices
Topic B:  Anticipation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery from Extreme Events
Topic C:  Risk Management of Extreme Events
Topic D:  Decision Making and Planning for Extreme Events
Topic E:  Climate-Resilient and Adaptive Infrastructure Systems
Topic F:  Sustainability under Extreme Events
Topic G:  Big Data and Data Analytics for Extreme Events
Topic H:  Climate Model Simulations and Predictions
Topic I:  Modeling and Assessing Compound and Cascading Events
Topic J:  Instrumentation and Remote Sensing of Extreme Events and Their Impacts
Topic K: Natural and Man-Made Earthquakes and Associated Geo-Hazards
Topic L: The Arctic and Cold Regions
Topic M: Coastal Sustainability and Resilience Under Extreme Events and Changing Climate
Topic N: Civil Infrastructure and Geo-Materials Under Extreme Loadings

Submission Types and Guidelines

Abstracts

  • Abstracts may only be submitted via the online CATALYST Submission System at  https://catalyst.omnipress.com/asce_ geo-extreme2021.
  • Abstracts are expected to be between 200 to 300 words.
  • Abstracts cannot contain images, tables, or other graphic elements. Do not include, keywords, HTML formatting codes, or data from other database fields.
  • Authors may select between two paper types to indicate the intended format of their final submission: Technical Paper (6 to 10 pages in length) or Case History (12 to 15 pages in length).
  • Submissions must include the full formal names, credentials, affiliations, contact information and email addresses for all authors.
  • After submission, abstracts will be reviewed and organized to form a cohesive conference program. Authors of accepted abstracts will then be invited to submit a full paper for the conference proceedings. Full papers will be peerreviewed and accepted papers will be published in a series of ASCE Special Publications.
  • Submission and acceptance of a full paper for the proceedings is required for both podium and poster session authors, prior to presenting their work at the conference
  • Authors of accepted full papers are required to sign the ASCE Copyright Transfer Agreement during the submission process, stating that: (1) all authors listed on the manuscript are aware of their authorship status and qualify to be authors on the manuscript, (2) all content, figures (drawings, charts, photographs, etc.), and tables in the submitted work are either original work created by the authors listed on the manuscript or work for which permission to reuse has been obtained from the creator, and (3) the author transfers copyright to the ASCE.

Technical Session Proposals

  • Technical session proposals may only be emailed to Jay McKelvey at jaym@ earthengineering.com.
  • Proposals cannot contain images, tables, or other graphic elements. Do not include, keywords, HTML formatting codes, or data from other database fields.
  • Proposals shall include: (a) session title, (b) name(s) and contact information of session leader(s)/proposer(s), (c) sponsoring organization and/or committee (include primary contact person and contact information), (d) scope or brief description of the proposed session (limited to a maximum of 300 words in length), (e) title of each presentation, if known, and (f) proposed speakers, if known

Panel Proposals

  • Panel proposals may only be emailed to Jay McKelvey at jaym@ earthengineering.com.
  • Proposals cannot contain images, tables, or other graphic elements. Do not include, keywords, HTML formatting codes, or data from other database fields.
  • Proposals shall include: (a) panel title, (b) name(s) and contact information of panel moderator(s), (c) sponsoring organization and/or committee (include primary contact person and contact information), (d) scope or brief description of the proposed panel (limited to a maximum of 300 words in length), (e) proposed panelists with full names and affiliations if known.

Short Course Proposals

  • Short course proposals may only be emailed to Jay McKelvey at jaym@ earthengineering.com.
  • Short course proposals shall identity either full day or half a day courses.
  • Proposals shall include: (a) short course title, (b) name(s), contact information, and short bio of short course instructor(s), (c) sponsoring organization and/or committee (include primary contact person and contact information), (d) learning objectives, (e) benefits for participants, (f) who should attend, (g) tentative course outline.

SUBMIT ABSTRACT VIA CATALYST SUBMISSION SYSTEM