Conference themes will consider papers in the following topics:
· Advances in Composite Materials
· Computational Mechanics
· Foundation and Retaining Walls
· Slope Stability
· Soil Dynamics
· Soil-Structure Interaction
· Pavement Technology
· Tunnels and Anchors
· Site Investigation and Rehabilitation
· Ecology and Land Development
· Water Resources Planning
· Environmental Management
· Earthquake and Tsunami Issues
· Safety and Reliability
· Geo-Hazard Mitigation
· Case History and Practical Experience
Call for Papers:
Authors are invited to submit the title and an abstract of about 150-250 words in English in MSWORD by online abstract submission form using the abstract menu.
Official web page:
The proceedings in CDROM/USD including full papers with page numbering will be provided at the conference. The proceedings will carry an ISBN reference (ISBN: 978-4-9905958-8-3 C3051). English will be the official language of this conference.
Awards and Publications:
All papers will be reviewed by two peers, and awards will be given for highly commended papers. Reviewers recommended papers from the conference will be published in the International Journal of GEOMATE with nominal fee for conf. registrants provided that the paper must be upgrade and rewritten according to reviewers comments and journal template.
Conference Venue: Tsu Miyako Hotel (Center Palace Building)
The nearest international airport is Chubu International Airport (Centrair). From Centrair to Tsu city, it takes about 45 minutes via high speed ferry. There are 14 round trips per day, leaving Centrair on every hour from 7am to 10pm, and a one-way ticket costs 2400 yen. It takes 5 minutes by bus/taxi from the marina to Hotel, Center Palace Miyako Hotel. For map and access details, please visit the conference website.
Hotel Reservation Click Here: http://geomate.org/hotel.html
Airport-Tsu Boat Link: http://www.tsu-airportline.co.jp/e/
Tsu City, Mie, Japan:
Tsu city is located in the central of Mie, and the Mie Prefecture is located in central Japan. Nagoya, Osaka and Kyoto cities are conveniently accessible from Mie. The climate is pleasant with an average annual temperature of 10 to 20oC. Mie Prefecture stretches from north to south, and the climate differs by region. The northern region is called Hokusei and is an industrial area close to the city of Nagoya. There are many leisure facilities including hot springs, Nagashima theme park and an international racing circuit called as Suzuka circuit. The central part is called Chūnansei and is famous for its fine Matsusaka beef. The grand Shinto shrine known as Ise Jingū is one of the famous shrine in Japan which is located in Ise Island which has a complex beautiful coastline. Toba city is just close to Ise city and is famous for seafood and pearls. There is an international pearl island called as Mikimoto Pearl Island.
USEFUL Link: https://travel.tsukanko.jp/en/
Guide of Tsu city