All presentations during 17 WCEE are listed up on the table.
All requirements such as session proposal, abstract submission and full paper submission are provided in the table.
For further detail, download and see the instruction "Call for Sessions".
|Keynote Lectures||-||yes||yes||-||-||Some lectures are linked with IAEE Masters' Program|
(MS, ITS, SS)
|session abstract||*1)||*1)||yes||-||All session proposals are submitted via e-mail|
|Blind Test Session||session abstract||yes||yes||-||yes||One full paper will be submitted|
|Sponsored Sessions||session abstract||-||-||-||-||Linked with sponsor exhibition|
To appeal to the broad and diverse groups within the earthquake engineering community, the Conference program will be comprised of a well-rounded mix of sessions from the ten main topics. Authors may submit a full or partial session idea and the Scientific Program subcommittee will work with the submitting author(s) to merge similar ideas within a category to create a session.
Submitting a proposal to the Conference constitutes an agreement that, if the proposal is accepted, the author(s) of the session will register for the Conference (either at full or daily), attend the Conference, and present their work in person. Technical sessions will include various presentation styles. The Scientific Program Subcommittee will work with session organizers to ensure the presentation components for a particular session which involve a suitable mix of topics, and the proposed presentation style is the most appropriate format for the subject matter.
The type of session should be selected when the authors submit the session idea from the following of session fitting to the objective and contents. As for the detail of below types, please kindly download and read the detail "Call for Sessions" at the end of this page.
Program sessions are scheduled throughout the Conference from Monday 14 to Friday 18, September 2020, between 9:00am and 6:30pm. Program sessions will only be held during the official dates of the 17WCEE. The Scientific Program Subcommittee reserves the right to allocate the proposed sessions into the conference program.
Authors submitting a proposal of a full or a partial session to the Scientific Program subcommittee need to follow the guidelines in the "Call for Sessions".
Session proposals must be sent via email.
Session proposals allow the Scientific Program Subcommittee to develop a comprehensive Conference program that will be both valuable and interesting for all attendees. Submissions without the completed information in full and containing a comprehensive session topic description will not be considered. The Scientific Program Subcommittee reserves the right to combine abstracts/topics to create a session.
●Session Abstract (200-250 words): The Scientific Program Subcommittee is seeking abstracts that align with the Conference topics. Describe the session topic and its relevance to the Conference and participants, what the attendees will take away from the session and how the presentation will be made within the 200 to 250 words abstract. Submitting authors must provide enough detail to convey all of the aspects of the topic which the speakers intend to discuss in a session. The proposal must be a minimum of 200 words.
●Session Types: Please choose from the types of session MS, ITS, SS, or CS, length of session (60 or 120 minutes) and describe how the session will be conducted-including the number of speakers, length of presentations, anticipated manner of audience participation, and other similarly related information. Please identify a convener, all speakers, panel members, moderators or facilitators by name, affiliation, and include their phone numbers and email addresses.
●Checklist: Please fill out the checklist below and send the proposal and the checklist to the 17WCEE Session Proposal Desk. (17WCEEfirstname.lastname@example.org).
17WCEE Session Proposal Desk
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|Session Proposal Due||August 31st, 2019 (JST)|
|Notification of acceptance of the session to authors||October 31st, 2019 (JST)|
|Publication Ready Final Papers due:||Jan 31st, 2020 (JST)|
|1-page papers due from session conveners to
17WCEE Session Proposal Desk
|June 30th, 2020 (JST)|
All presenters are asked to submit the abstract. The deadline for the Submission will be August 30 (Fri.), 2019 (JST / GMT+9:00).
Please download the abstract template (MS-Word) from the submission page when writing the abstract.
Please click the "Abstract Submission" at the top of this page.
17WCEE Abstract Desk
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Please note that only full papers are published in the conference proceedings, and abstracts are used for reviewing whether they are suitable for the conference.
|Abstract Submission Deadline||August 30 (Fri.), 2019 (JST / GMT+9:00)|
|Abstract Acceptance Notification||October 30 (Wed.), 2019|
|Full Paper Submission Deadline||January 31 (Fri.), 2020|
17WCEE offers three styles of presentation: Oral, Poster and Short Oral Presentation (SOP).
Oral presentations will be given in rooms of conference building and exhibition hall.
Each presenter will be given 12 minutes for presentation including discussion with audiences.
All posters will be presented in the Exhibition Hall during Poster core time in each day. Detailed instructions for preparation of poster will be given beforehand.
Short Oral Presentation (SOP) is a new style of presentation designed for Poster presenter to introduce his/her poster to the audience effectively.
Each SOP presenter will have 2 minutes introductory oral presentation as well as Poster presentation.
SOP sessions will be held at the beginning of the each Poster core time as parallel sessions, and around 10 presentations will be included in each SOP session.
Though the SOP sessions are composed of short presentations, session program and schedule will be given in the same manner as those of regular oral sessions.
Please select one of the following topic category:
Once the abstract is submitted, notification of abstract receipt will automatically be sent to submitter's registered e-mail address.
If you do not receive the above, please contact to 17WCEE Abstract Desk (email@example.com).
All abstracts submitted will be reviewed, and then the first author will be notified of the paper's acceptance or rejection by the end of October.
The notification of acceptance will be sent to your registered e-mail.
The final decision of the acceptance is left to the Program Committee.
If the abstract is accepted, the author expected to make the presentation at the conference should register as soon as possible after receiving the notification of acceptance to secure the presentation on the final conference program.
We also ask all the account holders to register as participants in order to secure the presentation.
EARLY CAREER AND STUDENT AWARD will be given to students, or early career academics or professionals who submit high-quality conference papers and apply to this award, to acknowledge their academic and professional contribution to the field of Earthquake Engineering. The applicants have to fulfill both of the below mentioned qualifications.
Please download the "Letter to certify the Career of Applicant" and upload the pdf file of the letter to certify the career of applicants signed by their supervisors by the deadline of Abstract submission through the abstract submission page.
Submitted abstracts and full papers of applicants will be reviewed beforehand, and their presentations will be examined for confirming the quality of their research results. Awards will be given at the closing ceremony of the conference.
Local Organization Committee will generously award GRANT-IN-AID to students, or early career academics or professionals who fulfill all qualifications.
Please download the following two files and upload the pdf files of them through the abstract submission page.
Grants will be provided not to all applicants but selected ones due to the limitation of the budget. Selection will be conducted by referring to the submitted Recommendation Letters.