29-31 July 2019
The goals of a smart city are to ensure economic and environmental stability and to provide its citizens with an improved quality of life. The critical components to this initiative are to understand subsurface geologic and hydrologic systems to minimize the cost of new infrastructure development, assess geohazards risks, and sustainably utilize natural resources. The goal of this workshop is to incorporate new initiatives, methodologies, imaging approaches, and case studies toward understanding soil, fluid, and rock properties that lie within the subsurface urban economic zone. Geophysical approaches toward optimizing infrastructure development (tunnel and utility), resource management (groundwater quantity and quality), energy production or extraction (direct use geothermal, for space heating and/or heat pump), and hazard mitigation (landslide, earthquake, tsunami) are all welcome. We encourage contributions that apply to both new smart city initiatives and to retrofitting existing urban centers that are looking to manage assets and resources more efficiently. Future directions will also be investigated, with the aim of improving the integration and understanding of subsurface properties, resources, and natural hazards for smart city development.
Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)
Monday, 29 July 2019
Tuesday, 30 July 2019
Opening Ceremony and Technical Sessions
Wednesday, 31 July 2019
Technical Ceremony and Closing Ceremony
Early Bird Registration Fee
Expires after 29 June 2019, US CST
US$515 (SEG Non-Members) | US$456 (SEG Members)
US$294 (SEG Student Non-Members) | US$265 (SEG Student Members)
Full Registration Fee
Begins 30 June 2019, US CST
US$559 (SEG Non-Members) | US$500 (SEG Members)
US$353 (SEG Student Non-Members) | US$324 (SEG Student Members)
Cancellations must be received via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
before 29 June 2019 for a refund, minus a US $50.00 service fee. No refunds will be processed after this date.
Visa Information/Invitation Letter
Participants in the workshop may generate an official invitation letter from SEG. This form will generate a letter that you can print and use if required. For visa requirements for entering China, contact the China embassy nearest you. Please note, SEG does not guarantee that you will be granted a visa nor does it commit SEG to pay any expenses you may incur. It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry to China.
Call for Abstracts
Please submit your paper to email@example.com
Abstract submission opens 10 January 2019.
Abstract submission closes 10 March 2019 (US Central Standard Time).
The Smart City subsurface framework in global wide:
- Characterization of soil and rock properties
- Geohazard characterization, surveillance, detection, and mitigation
- Big data integration, surface and borehole
- Groundwater resources detection and management
- Subsurface fluid monitoring and rock interaction
- Geothermal resources detection, development, and applications
- Gravity and magnetic methods for subsurface framework
- Electrical and electromagnetic techniques applications
- Seismic surveys using active and passive seismic sources
Who should attend the workshop?
- Civil engineers
- Geotechnical engineers
- Urban and city planners
- Geothermal scientists
Esben Auken, Aarhus University, Denmark
Peng Han, Southern China University of Sciences and Technology, China
Zhangxiang He, Southern China University of Sciences and Technology, China
Lee Liberty, Boise State University, USA
Huaifeng Sun, Shandong University, China
Koya Suto, Terra Australis Geophysica Pty Ltd.
Chi Zhang, University of Kansas, USA
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