Welcome to the 4th Slope Tectonics Conference!
14-18 October 2017, Kyoto, Japan
(14-15 for meeting at Oubaku Plaza, Kyoto University,
16-18 for excursion to Kii Mounrain Range)
We are pleased to welcome you to Kyoto to attend the 4th Slope Tectonics Conference at Kyoto University. We will have two days meeting in Kyoto and following three days field trip in the Kii Mountains, a world heritage, in Kii Peninsula, central Japan.
Slope Tectonics is a young geoscience discipline that deals with slope movement processes controlled by various factors, such as geological structures, topography, hydrology, rock weathering, and geotechnical properties of slope materials. The main aim of the conference is to bring together researchers dealing with slope movements from different approaches in order to improve the general understanding of slope processes. The location of the post-conference field trip provides us the perfect setting to view sites related to one of the main topics: rock slope deformation and catastrophic failure in accretionary complexes and granitic rocks.
This conference follows the successful three Slope Tectonics Conferences in Lausanne (2008), Vienna (2011), and Trondheim (2014). The results of the previous conferences have been published as Geological Society of London, Special Publication v. 351, and as a special issue of Tectonophysics v. 605, and another one is in preparation for a special issue of Geomorphology. This conference also aims to produce a special issue in a relevant journal.
1 April 2017
Opening of submission of abstracts and on-line registration
Deadline for abstract submission
30 June 2017
Notification of abstract acceptance and invoicing for registration
20 July 2017
Deadline for payment
14-15 October 2017
Conference at Oubaku Plaza, Uji Campus, Kyoto University
16-18 October 2017
Field trip to the Kii Mountains
News & Info
2017.4.3 The 1st Circular is published.
2017.4.1 Abstract submission and on-line registration are started.
2016.11.06 Timetable was uploaded.
2016.11.05 Conference website has been opened.