The conference will be held in Chengdu on 3 consecutive days: Saturday, May 12 to Monday, May 14 and will be followed by two fieldtrip days on May 15 and 16. The general theme of the conference is:
Mega Earthquake Induced Geo-disasters and their Long Term Effects
During 6 half day sessions of 3 ½ hours (8.30 – 12.00 and 13.30 – 17.00) keynote lectures, invited lectures and short presentations of selected submitted abstracts will be given: keynote lectures (30 minutes, including discussion) during the morning sessions, invited lectures (20 minutes, including discussion)and submitted abstracts (15 minutes, including discussion) in the afternoon sessions. The morning sessions will be plenary, the afternoon sessions may be parallel sessions for 2 different themes if enough abstracts are selected for presentation by the organizing committee. There is room for the presentation of posters (single side poster A1 size [594mm×841mm]) near the area for coffee and tea breaks
Saturday May 12
· The official opening ceremony and lectures of wide and global interest
· Theme 1: Advances since 2008 in research on triggering and development of co-seismic landslides and debris flows
Sunday May 13:
· Theme 2: Long-term development of post-earthquake hazards in the area for landslides and debris flows
· Theme 3: Monitoring and analysis of post-earthquake areas for early warning and design of mitigation measures
Monday May 14:
· Theme 4: Susceptibility, hazard, and risk assessment for rehabilitation and land-use planning in earthquake struck areas
· Special Half Day Session: Resilience to EArthquake-induced Landslide Risk in CHina (REACH project)
Suggested topics for the themes
Followed by lectures of general interest on the main conference theme
lectures of wide and global interest
Advances since 2008 in research on triggering and development of co-seismic landslides and debris flows
· Failure mechanisms
· Liquefaction phenomena
· Run-out mechanisms, entrainment
· High speed sliding
Long-term development of post-earthquake hazards in the area for landslides and debris flows
· Disaster chain effects.
· Temporal trends in reactivation of co-seismic slides and/or debris flow development.
· Change of rainfall thresholds.
· Landscape and river regime recovery after earthquakes
Monitoring and analysis of post-earthquake areas for early warning and design of mitigation measures
· Monitoring techniques and methods, equipment,
· Geophysical data collection
· UAV data collection developments
· RS developments
Susceptibility, hazard, and risk assessment for rehabilitation and land-use planning in earthquake struck areas
· Definition of hazard and risk categories.
· GIS applications for spatial modeling of hazard and risk.
· Design and public use of hazard and risk maps
· Sustainable planning
|May 11||Arrival & registration|
|May 12||Opening addresses and technical sessions||Technical sessions||Banquet|
|May 13||Technical sessions||Technical sessions||Dinner|
|May 14||Technical sessions||Technical sessions||Farewell dinner|
|May 15||Field excursion (to Maoxian and Diexi for the old huge landslide dams and recent landslides)|
|May 16||Field excursion (The reconstruction after the Wenchuan earthquake, Hongchun gully, Niujuan Gully and Qipan Gully)|