- Paleoseismology and Active Tectonics
- Earthquake Archaeology and Geoarchaeology
- Seismic hazard assessment
- Earthquake Engineering (incl. critical facilities)
- Earthquake ground effects (mass movements,
- Quaternary dating methods of events
- Remote sensing and GPS
- Geophysical surveys
Oral communications and posters are welcome! More details will be
announced in the second circular.
The poster should not exceed A0 portrait format: maximum height 1189 mm, maximum width 841 mm.
Workshop incl. Excursions and Field Course: 170 EUR
Registration is by payment of the registration fee
Optional bus excursion on Saturday, 24th plus 20 EUR plus Museum
Single room 80 EUR/night (double room for single use, single rooms are out, sorry for that)
Double room 60 EUR/night/person
Triple room 50 EUR/night/person
Prices include breakfast, light lunch, dinner (buffet), coffee breaks, Conference Dinner (Greek-style BBQ). Drinks are NOT included. These rates apply also for all participants that wish to stay on the 18th and 24th of September.
The accomodation costs are the same for accompanying persons.
Corinth is situated about 85 km west of Athens, the railway leads directly from Eleftherios Venizelos airport (Proastiakos) to Corinth station. There you will be picked up by our shuttles.
We found a nice hotel with conference venue directly at the coast, like Baelo distant from the next city, but easy accessible.
Kalamaki Beach Hotel is a four star hotel located only 6 km distance from the Corinth canal, on the road to the ancient theatre of Epidaurus, near Mycene and only 85 km from Athens.
GPS coordinates: 37° 53’ 56’’ N, 23° 00’ 49’’ E
A cheap but nice camping site is located directly next to the hotel.
15th February 2011
Second Circular and Registration start
15th May 2011
Deadline for Registration and Payment
15th May 2011
Deadline for Abstract Submission (Acceptance after review and by payment receipt of the registration fee).
Download the abstract template here: Abstracts Template Corinth 2011 (doc-file, 245 kb).
18th September (Sunday)
19th September (Monday)
Welcome, registration, opening ceremony, oral communications,
invited conferences, poster session
20th September (Tuesday)
Oral communications, invited conferences, poster session
Boat excursion: the Corinth Channel, evening event
21st September (Wednesday)
Excursion: active tectonics and paleoseismology of the Perachora
22nd September (Thursday)
Work shop Part 1
Sport event, conference dinner, party
23rd September (Friday)
Work shop Part 2
24th September (Saturday)
Departure or optional:
excursion on Saturday (+ 20 EUR + entrance fees)
to one of the following destinations:
- Mycene-Nafplion- Epidauros
25th September (Sunday)
Ioannis D. Papanikolaou Agricultural Univ. of Athens (GRE) Aon-Benfield Hazard Research Centre, UCL (UK)
Klaus Reicherter RWTH Aachen University (GER)
Andreas Vött Univ. of Mainz (GER)
Pablo G. Silva Univ. of Salamanca, Avila (ESP)
T. Fernández-Steeger (GER), M. Foumelis (GRE), C. Grützner (GER),
A. Kontari (GRE), W. Kraus (GER), E. Lekkas (GRE),
D. Papanikolaou (GRE), G. Papathanassiou (GRE), R. Pérez-López (ESP),
G. Roberts (UK), M. Rodríguez Pascua (ESP), M. Sintubin (BEL),
E. Vassilakis (GRE), T Wiatr (GER)
S. Barba (ITA), G. Bouckovalas (GRE), P. Briole (FRA), C. Burchfiel (USA), R. Caputo (ITA), P. Cowie (UK), T. Fernández-Steeger (GER), E. Gath (USA),
L. Guerreri (ITA), H.B. Havenith (BEL), K.-G. Hinzen (GER),
A. Kiratzi (GRE), I. Koukouvelas (GRE), E. Lekkas (GRE),
K. Meskouris (GER), A.M. Michetti (ITA), G. Migiros (GRE),
D. Pantosti (ITA), D. Papanikolaou (GRE), S. Pavlides (GRE), G. Roberts (GBR),
T. Rockwell (USA), V. Royden (USA), C. Scholz (USA), K. Sieh (SIN),
M. Sintubin (BEL), I. Stewart (UK), R. Tatevossian (RUS)
For (student) travel grants, deadline of application is May 7th, 2011. Please send your application to Ioannis Papanikolaou, email@example.com. Please include CV, publication list and letter of motivation. Students should send a copy of their student identity card.
Agricultural University of Athens
Earthquake Planning and Protection Organisation of Greece (EPPO)
International Geological Correlation Programme (IGCP)
International Union for Quarternary Research (INQUA)
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
RWTH Aachen University
Universidad de Salamanca (USAL)
University College London (UCL)