Call For Paper
INTERPRAEVENT 2022 International Symposium
Oct. 17-21 2022 Taichung, Taiwan
Natural Disasters Occurrence, Reduction, and Restoration in Mountain Regions
Under the impacts of global warming and climate change, the complex geological environments, climate conditions, and continued change of land use/land cover in mountain regions have made it more challenging to predict mountainous hazards and their impacts on communities. The main topic of the symposium “Natural Disasters Occurrence, Reduction, and Restoration in Mountain Regions” is focused on natural hazards from the aspects of field investigation, occurrence monitoring, mitigation strategy, risks analysis, engineering governance, resilient community, and ecological restoration. As a prestigious event, the symposium provides an international platform and great opportunity for the experts and scholars in all relative fields to share the precious ideas, experiences, and research. Your participance is the most welcome for the success of the great event!
Disasters caused by dammed-lake outbursts and driftwood, debris/mud flows;
Disasters caused by landslides and rockslides;
Disasters caused by seasonal floods and surface erosion;
The relationships between natural hazards and climate change;
Strategy from natural disasters to restoration;
Stream ecosystem services and nature-based solutions;
Disaster-resilient community and rural regeneration.
Date：Oct. 17-18 2022
Venue：International conference room in Humanities Building, National Chung Hsing University
Address：145 Xingda Rd., South Dist., Taichung City 402, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Date：Oct. 19-21 2022
Venue：Field trips to spots of natural hazards and restoration, such as landslides, dam breach experiment, warning system, village regeneration and others in central Taiwan.
- Deadline for extended abstract submission June 30th 2022
- Notification for extended abstract acceptance August 31st 2022
- End of early registration (concessional registration fee) June 30th 2022
- End of registration September 30th 2022
Both keynote speech and submitted articles are incorporated in the Interpraevent 2022 symposium (IP2022 symposium). The keynote speech is arranged by the organizing committee with the invited speakers. The submitted articles may be presented as oral presentations or posters. The form of presentation, i.e. oral or poster, is selected by the author(s), but will be determined by the organizing committee.
For oral presentations, please submit full-length paper to the special issue “Natural Disasters Occurrence, Reduction, and Restoration in Mountain Regions” in Water. The submissions will go through the reviewing procedure of Water. Once accepted by Water, the paper can be orally presented in the IP2022 symposium. If the submission is rejected, the author(s) may adjust the form of presentation in the IP2022 symposium.
■Full-length paper submission
For posters, please submit extended abstracts to the submission system of IP2022 symposium. After the reviewing process, the accepted submissions may be presented as posters in the IP2022 symposium. Excellent articles, which are accepted and selected by the academic committee of the symposium, will be invited as oral presentations in the symposium without an additional submission to Water.
- An extended abstract should be 3 pages long, and include Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, and References. Please use the templet
for extended abstract submissions.
The submission system is under construction, which is expected to be ready by the end of October 2021.
Poster size and format: Size of posters should be A0 (840 mm ×1189 mm) and be prepared as vertical typography .
Soil and Water Conservation Bureau, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan
✦Mr. Lee, Chen-Yang, Director General
✦Dr. Yin, Hsiao Yuan, Senior engineer
Chinese Soil and Water Conservation Society
✦Dr. Chou, Tien-Yin, Chairman
✦Dr. Yeh, Mei-Ling, Deputy Secretary-General
National Chung Hsing University
✦Dr. Chen, Su-Chin, Lifetime Distinguished Professor, Guest Editor of Special Issue in Water
✦Dr. Wang, Yung-Chieh, Associate Professor
Dr. Wang, Yung-Chieh
Associate professor, Department of Soil and Water Conservation, National Chung Hsing University
145 Xingda Rd., South Dist., Taichung City 402, Taiwan (R.O.C.)