Ranking & Metrics Conference Call for Papers Other Conferences in United States
International Symposium for Geotechnical Safety & Risk

International Symposium for Geotechnical Safety & Risk

Newcastle , Australia

Submission Deadline: Monday 20 Dec 2021

Conference Dates: Dec 14, 2022 - Dec 16, 2022

Impact Score 0.20


Conference Organizers: Deadline extended?
Click here to edit

Ranking & Metrics Impact Score is a novel metric devised to rank conferences based on the number of contributing the best scientists in addition to the h-index estimated from the scientific papers published by the best scientists. See more details on our methodology page.

Research Impact Score: 0.20
Contributing Best Scientists: 2
Papers published by Best Scientists 2
Research Ranking (Earth Science) 41

Conference Call for Papers

Main Topics

IS1: Probabilistic site investigation
IS2: Data Driven Site Characterization Methods and Their Benchmarking
IS3: Modelling spatial variability in geotechnical engineering
IS4: Reliability assessment of subsoil modelling in geoengineering applications
IS5: Geological uncertainties in geotechnical analysis and design
IS6: Advances of Theory, Methodology and Applications in Geotechnical Reliability-based Design
IS7: Bayesian analysis of geotechnical data
IS8: Machine learning in geotechnical engineering
IS10: Application of risk and reliability methods in case studies
IS11: Landslide Risk Assessment & Geo-Hazards Induced by Rainfall, Earthquake and Other Factors
IS12: Uncertainty & Reliability Analysis in Rock Engineering
IS13: Data-Centric Geotechnics
IS14: Risk Assessment of Soil Liquefaction Hazards
IS15: Earthquake uncertainty, risk, and hazard
IS16: Probabilistic Analysis of Seepage and Internal Erosion
IS17: Inverse analysis and data assimilation in geotechnical engineering
IS18: Reliability aspects in geotechnical codes of practice
IS20: Risk assessment in offshore geotechnical engineering
IS21: Risk assessment and reliability based design in geotechnical engineering practice
IS22: Soil heterogeneity in 3D: characterisation and modelling
Something went wrong. Please try again later.