THE 6TH IASPEI / IAEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM:
THE EFFECTS OF SURFACE GEOLOGY ON SEISMIC MOTION
AUGUST 2021, KYOTO, JAPAN
IMPORTANT NOTICE – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
Due to the global outbreak of COVID-19, the ESG6 Symposium Organizing Committee has reevaluated the holding of the ESG6 symposium. We have decided to postpone the ESG6 symposium and hold it from August 30, 2021 at KYOTO TERRSA, in Kyoto, Japan. The duration of the postponed ESG6 symposium will be between 3 and 4 days. We are planning to enable online presentations in addition to face-to-face presentations. Details of symposium will be announced on a later date.
The deadline of extended abstract is also postponed until January 31, 2021. The web page for submission of extended abstract will be opened by late August, 2020, while the web page for online registration on a later date. We are planning to make a new announcement regarding the opening of these two pages.
We apologize for the inconvenience caused due to these changes and we would appreciate your cooperation for the ESG6 symposium.
- Extended abstract submission is now open!
- Call for abstracts is now resumed.
The deadline for NEW abstract submission: October 31th, 2020
- Abstract submission is extended!
The new deadline of abstract submission is 6 January, 2020.
- The deadline of submission of results of Step 1 of the Blind Prediction
exercise and related abstract submission has been extended to 6 January,
Further information will be updated soon (see Blind Prediction).
- Abstract submission is
The deadline of abstract submission is December 6th, 2019.
- 2nd Circular is available (See Announcement)
Update for the Blind Prediction exercise(see Blind Prediction)
- Call for Blind Prediction for Japanese participants (see Blind Prediction)
- Call for Blind Prediction participation (see Blind Prediction)
- 1st Circular is available (See Announcement)
Progress of ESG research during the last three decades:How accurately can we predict site amplification?
- Blind Prediction Related to the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake.(see Blind Prediction)
Please check here.
- Achievements from two decades of observation by K-NET/KiK-net
- Recent Damaging Earthquakes
- Geophysical Exploration
- Ground Motion Simulation/ Near-fault Strong Motions
- Site Amplification/Spatial Variation/Uncertainty
- Borehole Array Observation and Analysis
- Nonlinear Soil Response
- Seismic Hazards/GMPE
- Other Related Issues on ESG/SMP
- Blind Prediction Step 1
- Blind Prediction Step 2&3
Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ) (日本建築学会)
Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE) (土木学会)
Japan Society of Engineering Geology (JSEG) (日本応用地質学会)
Seismological Society of Japan (SSJ) (日本地震学会)
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan (SEGJ) （物理探査学会）
The Japanese Geotechnical Society (JGS) (地盤工学会)