TSK 20 – Tectonics, Structural Geology and Crystalline Geology

You are interested in structural geology, tectonics, petrology, geophysics, impact processes, material sciences…? Then join the 20th symposium on Tectonics, Structural Geology and Crystalline Geology (TSK 20). TSK 20 will take place from 17.-22.03.2024 in Freiburg, Germany. Abstract deadline is 07 Jan 2024.

CETEG 2024

Hotel Srebrna Krótka 1, Srebrna Góra, Poland

The 20th Anniversary CETEG meeting (Central European Tectonic Group) will take place in the Sudetes Mountains, in the village of Srebrna Góra, near the town of Ząbkowice Śląskie, ca. 65 km S of Wrocław from  24–27 April 2024. The meeting is organized by Structural Geology and Geohazards Research Group of the Polish Geological Society. The 1st circular with more details will be sent out to you shortly before Christmas.

UKADR 2024 Conference “Collaborative research to make a difference”

UCL South Wing University College London, Rm 38, 2nd floor, Main Quadrangle, London, United Kingdom

The UKADR (UK Alliance for Disaster Reduction) 2024 Conference will bring together academics, practitioners and funders with an interest in disaster risk reduction. It is being hosted by UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction in London. Presenters register by close of play Thursday 16th  May (one day extension)   Participants register by close of play Wednesday 22nd May



Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg Hellbrunnerstraße 34, Salzburg, Austria

12th PATA Days

Los Andes Los Andes, Chile

The 12th international PATA Days will be held in Los Andes, Chile, 6-11 October, 2024. PATA stands for Paleoseismology, Active Tectonics, Archaeoseismology and it is the main activity of the paleoseismology community within INQUA’s TERPRO commission.

PATA Days 2026 Guatemala

Antigua Guatemala Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala

The 2026 PATA Days will be held in Guatemala from 30 January - 6 February to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the catastrophic 1976 earthquake. During the conference, the participants will be able to see the fault Motagua zone and paleoseismological trenches during field trips. Organisers: Tina Niemi, Christoph Grützner, Omar Flores, Carlos Pérez, Jonathan Obrist Farner