Oral communications and posters are welcome! The sessions will cover a wide area of research fields related to paleoseismicity. Local case studies will be included as well as contributions on methods, latest developments and technological advances.
- Paleoseismology and Active Tectonics
- Earthquake Archaeology and Geoarchaeology
- Seismic hazard assessment
- Earthquake Engineering (incl. critical facilities)
- Earthquake ground effects (mass movements, liquefaction)
- Quaternary dating methods of events
- Remote sensing and GPS
- Geophysical Surveys
Oral communications and posters are welcome! More details will soon be announced in the second circular and on the homepage.