Presentation guide
The oral session will be held at the Kihada Main Hall. Each oral presentation should not be longer than 12 min talk and 3 min discussion. You can use your own laptop or a shared PC (Windows 7 or 8).

The poster session will be held at the 2nd floor of the Oubaku Plaza. The size of the poster should be smaller than vertically long A0-size (0.9 m in width with 1.3 m in length). Please check your poster number to locate the display board. You can display your poster from 09:00 Oct 14 to 17:00 Oct 15. Core time for the poster presentations will be 13:30-14:30 of Oct. 14 & 15.

Program (Link to PDF [2.7 MB] of the program with abstracts)
Updated on 06 Oct. 2017 (please refer the updated, final program below)
A printed book of the program and abstracts will be provided on site at the reception desk for each participant.
Oral sessions at Kihada Hall
October 14, 2017 (Saturday)
15 min for each = 12 min talk + 3 min discussion
9:30 Opening
9:30~9:45 Welcome addressing (Prof. Nakagawa and Prof. Chigira)
Session 1 (9:45~11:00) Chairs: Jaboyedoff Michel, Baron Ivo
Time Presenter Title
9:45~10:00 Corominas Jordi Geological structure and relief as controls for the occurrence of large slope failures in the Pyrenees
10:00~10:15 Kojima Satoru Geomorphological and geological characteristics and development history of deep-seated gravitational slope deformation in the Kanmuriyama area, central Japan
10:15~10:30 Briestensky Milos Active tectonics affecting the development of deep seated gravitational slope deformations in the Western Carpathians
10:30~10:45 Hirata Yasuto Rain-induced landslides of granite porphyry which was weathered with many corestones in higher elevations
10:45~11:00 Matsushi Yuki Multi-scale mass movements in a dip slope of accretionary complex with contact metamorphism and extensive high-angle faulting: a case in Hira Range, central Japan
Break (11:00~11:15)
Session 2 (11:15~12:30) Chairs: Giovanni Crosta, Briestensky Milos
Time Presenter Title
11:15~11:30 Chigira Masahiro Deep-seated gravitational slope deformations that develop to catastrophic landslides
11:30~11:45 Yassaghi Ali Allochthonous Collapse Structures in Zagros Fold Thrust Belt
11:45~12:00 Matsuoka Norikazu A multi-method approach to detecting bedrock fracturing and rockfall activity in the Southern Japanese Alps
12:00~12:15 Arai Noriyuki Rain-induced rockslides controlled by a thrust fault and river incision in an accretionary complex in the Shimanto Belt, Japan
12:15~12:30 Baron Ivo Deciphering large deep-seated gravitational slope deformation stress states in active tectonic settings using contemporary three-dimensional fault-slip data
Lunch + Poster (12:30~14:30)
Session 3 (14:30~16:00) Chairs: Dong JJ, Alfaro Pedro
Time Presenter Title
14:30~14:45 Kang Keng-hao Geological model of a potential large-scale landslide and its implication on the possible failure mechanism - paleo and future in southern Taiwan
14:45~15:00 Carey M. Jonathan Simulating the behavior of slow-moving landslides using a Dynamic Back Pressured Shear Box (DBPSB)
15:00~15:15 Yang Che-Ming Revisit the classical Newmark displacement analysis for earthquake-induced wedge slide - The kinematics and initiation of the Daguangbao landslide
15:15~15:30 Sezaki Shotaro Rockslide simulations based on the elasto-plastic finite element method considering the balanced cross-section concept
15:30~15:45 Agliardi Federico Influence of non-persistent slope-scale brittle features on DSGSD mechanisms and activity
15:45~16:00 Lin Ching-Weei Large-scale landslide susceptibility assessment of Kaoping River Watershed in Southern Taiwan
Break (16:00~16:30)
Session 4 (16:30~17:45) Chairs: Corominas Jordi, Revellino Paola
Time Presenter Title
16:30~16:45 Brideau Marc-Andre Methodology to estimate the rock avalanche frequency for a specific slope
16:45~17:00 Jaboyedoff Michel 3D failure surface and volume estimation of large rock slope instabilities: a review of a bottleneck problem
17:00~17:15 Wei Lun-Wei Revealing the evolution of slope deformation by adopting UAV techniques
17:15~17:30 Rau Ruey-Juin Continuous GPS observations on deep-seated gravitational slope deformation in the Lushan area, central Taiwan
17:30~17:45 Migon Piotr Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography to detect internal structures of deep-seated gravitational deformations
Banquet (17:45~20:15)
October 15, 2017 (Sunday)
Session 5 (9:15~10:45) Chairs: Esposito Carlo, Brezny Michal
Time Presenter Title
9:15~9:30 Hermanns L. Reginald Cosmogenic nuclide ages of back scarps of the Litledalen and Nomedalstinden Deep Seated Gravitational Slope Deformations (DSGSD), Northern Norway, indicate that DSGSDs can survive glacial cycles
9:30~9:45 Tseng Chia-Han Study on a dip-slope by inclinometers and GPS monitoring at the Huafan University campus in northern Taiwan
9:45~10:00 Derron Marc-Henri Slope deformation imaging of sandbox analogue models (LiDAR and InSAR)
10:00~10:15 Osawa Hikaru Seasonal fluctuations in pore-water pressures of a landslide in a seasonally snow-covered area
10:15~10:30 Chen Rou-Fei Deformation characteristics and surface monitoring of deep-seated gravitational slope deformation in the Tienchih area, southern Taiwan
10:30~10:45 Brezny Michal Gravitational transpression folds formed in the large-scale sackung: an example from flysch Carpathians
Break (10:45~11:00)
Session 6 (11:00~12:30) Chairs: Hermanns L. Reginald
Time Presenter Title
11:00~11:15 Crosta B. Giovanni Activity of large slope instabilities and denudation rate in the European Alps
11:15~11:30 Lu Jia-Hao A case study on the comparison of blogging applied to core description with well logging results in potential landslide area
11:30~11:45 Troon Marko An introductory, geostatistical and geomorphological review of the effects of geohazards and severe weather events as a retrospect throughout 2009/2010 in Norway
11:45~12:00 Zhao Siyuan The response of catastrophic landslides to fluvial incision in the upstream of Minjiang River, Western Sichuan, China
12:00~12:15 Zerkal V. Oleg The influence of tectonic agents on the activity of landslides on the west Caucasus area (Russia)
12:15~12:30 Sato Tatsuki Geological background of landslides induced by the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake in the Aso caldera with special reference to the weathering processes
Lunch + Poster (12:30~14:30)
Session 7 (14:30~15:45) Chairs: Jon Carey, Bertolo Davide
Time Presenter Title
14:30~14:45 Yamada Masumi Dynamic movement history of the 2017 Iiyama landslide revealed from drone image and seismic data
14:45~15:00 Doi Issei Behavior of a gravitational deformation slope during earthquake shaking revealed by seismic observation
15:00~15:15 Ma Ning On the co-seismic responses of a deep-seated landslide: Insight by monitoring
15:15~15:30 Inagaki Hideki Relationship between distance from active fault and scale of slope failure in Japan
15:30~15:45 Kuo Hsien Li Assessing Rainfall Threshold for Large-scales Landslide by Exacting occurrence Time of Landslides from Seismic Records
Break (15:45~16:00)
Session 8 (16:00~17:15) Chairs: Tsou Ching-Ying, Troon Marko
Time Presenter Title
16:00~16:15 Matsuura Sumio Observations of pore-water pressure during failure in a moving landslide body
16:15~16:30 Wang Gonghui The internal structure of Nagatono landslide dam and landsliding mechanism
16:30~16:45 Bertolo Davide The Mont de La Saxe Landslide (Valle d’Aosta-Italy) - Evolution a large alpine landslide controlled by different hydrogeological components
16:45~17:00 Lin Hsi-Hung Geological characteristics and multi-disciplinary observation in the active deep-seated slope deformation in slate in LuShan, Taiwan
17:00~17:15 Li Kuo-wei The activity assessment of potential large-scale landslide by means of multi-staged images and data from aerial photographs
Closing (17:15-18:00)
Poster session at the poster hall (2F)
Core time: 13:30-14:30 of Oct. 14 & 15, 2017
No. Author Title
P1 Fujii Yukiyasu Geological background of Nagiso debris flow occurred on July 9 2014, in Nagano prefecture, central Japan
P2 Ando Naomi Temperature and sound survey on steep tea farm area and salt pan site
P3 Jiang Yao Shear surfaces of simulated shear zones control mechanical behaviors of granular materials
P4 Hsieh Yu-Chung Normal faulting and gravitational slope deformation in the central range of Taiwan
P5 Chen Mien-Ming How deep-seated gravitational slope deformations are transformed into large-scale landslides: an example of 2009 Typhoon Morakot
P6 Krogh Kaja The Kassen and Hakaneset rock slope instabilities along fjord lakes in Telemark, Southern Norway
P7 Liu Chih Hsuan Dynamic process analysis for the initiation time of the Aso-bridge co-seismic landslide
P8 Tsou Ching-Ying Coupling fluvial processes and landslide distribution toward geomorphological hazard assessment: a case study in a transient landscape in Japan
P9 Nagata Hidehisa Gravitational deformation around Tokugo-toge Pass, Northern Japan Alps
P10 Tajika Jun A huge frontal bulge of the Horomoe landslide, Shiretoko Peninsula, Hokkaido, northern Japan
P11 Ohta Takehiro Numerical study on influences of gravity and geometry to large-size landslides
P12 Yokoyama Osamu Gravitational slope deformation and its transformation into catastrophic landslides during earthquakes in a slate area
P13 Nishiyama Nariaki Distribution of highly saline groundwater in the areas with many landslides in the southern Niigata Prefecture
P14 Kikuchi Teruyuki Deformation measurement of slow velocity landslide by analysis of three-dimension point clouds
P15 Kawabata Daisaku Effects of geological division on geomorphic parameters in Japan based on the spatial analysis of the seamless geological map of Japan
P16 Yamakawa Yosuke A risk evaluation method for deep-seated landslides based on stream water chemistry
P17 Komata Shinjuro Sorting out landslide topography in Japan by knick line distribution, and geological signs of landslide occurrence
P18 Furuki Hirokazu Structural features and formative processes of a sliding zone of a large rockslide
P19 Yagi Hiroshi Bell-shape index indicating top-heavy profile of high relief mountain and gravitational deformation
P20 Watanabe Tatsuya Integrated landslide survey using UAV-SfM and geophysical technologies: a case study in Rikubetsu, Hokkaido, Japan
P21 Ota Yoshimasa Locations and ages of large mass movements in a high-relief mountainous area underlain by accretionary complex: a case of the Katsuragawa Valley along the Hanaore Fault, central Japan
P22 Istiyanti L. Mega Characteristics of soil layers on shallow landslides triggered by rainfall at Izu Oshima, Japan
P23 Sato P. Hiroshi Interpretation of L-band InSAR images to detect landslide surface deformation along Minjiang River, Western Sichuan, China
P24 Doshida Shoji Evaluation of secondary slope failure susceptibility using detailed topographic data,
P25 Goto Satoshi Geotechnical study on fluidized landslide at Aso volcanological laboratory in the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake
P26 Watanabe Honami Breaking-off of hanging glaciers at Mt. Langtang Lirung, Nepal Himalaya
P27 Hata Hitomi The study of rockfall and topographical change in Shirouma-Daisekkei, the Northern Japanese Alps
P28 Esposito Carlo Time-dependent analysis of a complex rockslide constrained by geomorphic markers
P29 Guerriero Luigi Nucleation and kinematic significance of deformational structures in earth flows
P30 Alfaro Pedro Time-dependent modelling of a mountain front retreat due to a fold-to-fault controlled lateral spreading,
P31 Chai Shaofeng Dynamic responses of the intact and remodeled loess slope under the coupling effect of earthquake and rainfall: Insights on shaking table model tests
P32 Kimura Takashi Landslide history in post-caldera central cones of Aso volcano, Japan
P33 Sasaki Natsuki Geomorphological control on distribution and development of wetlands on large-scale landslides in Ou Mountain Range, NE Japan
P34 Ohta Ryoga History of mass movements and paleolake formation revealed by depression-filling sediment records in a tectonically active mountainous area: a case study in Mt. Kushigata, Koma Range, central Japan
P35 Sasaki Yasuhito Slope deformation problem in Quaternary volcanics by the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake
P36 Dattola Giuseppe An application of the MIBSA to slow moving landslides