Welcome

Dear Colleagues,

Electromagnetic Studies of Earthquakes and Volcanoes (EMSEV) is an inter-association working group of IUGG. It focuses on the observation and understanding of the various kinds of electromagnetic phenomena associated with earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

EMSEV Workshop 2024 will be hosted by the Institute of Physics of the Earth’s Interior and Geohazards, Hellenic Mediterranean University Research and Innovation (IPEIG) & National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) and it will be held 6-9 October 2024, at the Great Arsenal, Chania, Crete, Greece. The EMSEV 2024 Workshop will emphasize on understanding earthquakes and volcanoes from lithosphere to space.

The attendee will have the chance to meet important representatives of research, discuss with them and exchange ideas. This will accomplish the aim of the workshop, which is the generation of new and vigorous interactions between the different aforementioned scientific fields leading to enormous positive effects in our societies.

The "Great Arsenal" in the city of Chania traces a historical course through the centuries. The residents and visitors to the city pass by this emblematic building every day knowing its importance and usefulness throughout the ages. It is our great pleasure to invite you and welcome you in the beautiful island of Crete, Greece.

In this meeting, we would also like to commemorate our first chair, Professor Seiya Uyeda, who passed away in January 2023. He made a lot of effort to establish the EMSEV working group. Without his effort, EMSEV would not exist now.

Looking forward to welcome you in Crete

Chairman
Filippos Vallianatos Professor,
Department of Geology and Geoenvironment,
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Co-Chair
Nicholas V. Sarlis Professor,
Department of Physics,
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

6 - 9 October, 2024

GREAT ARSENAL, Chania Crete, Greece

Abstract Submission Deadline
EXTENDED for July 15st, 2024

Local Organizing Committee

Chairman: Filippos Vallianatos, Professor, Department of Geology and Geoenvironment, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Co-Chair: Nicholas V Sarlis, Professor, Department of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Prof. E. Tzanis (NKUA)
  • Prof. J. Makris (IPEIG)
  • Asc. Prof. V. Saltas (IPEIG)
  • Asc. Prof. E. Skordas (NKUA)
  • Asc. Prof. M. Kouli (IPEIG)
  • Dr. V. Sakkas (NKUA)
  • Asc.Prof. George Hloupis (UNIWA) Greece
  • Scientific Committee

  • Carlo Doglioni National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology - INGV (President) Italy
  • Friedemann Freund NASA Ames Research Center USA
  • Vincenzo Lapenna Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis, IMAA – CNR (Director) Italy
  • Pier Francesco Biagi University of Bari Italy
  • Angelo De Santis National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology – INGV Italy
  • Takeshi Hashimoto Hokkaido University Japan
  • Katsumi Hattori Chiba University Japan
  • Yuri Kopytenko Russian Academy of Sciences Russia
  • Malcolm Johnston US Geological Survey USA
  • Jann Yenq Liu National Central University Taiwan
  • John Makris Hellenic Mediterranean University Greece
  • Antonio Meloni Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology Italy
  • Toshiyasu Nagao Tokai University Japan
  • Dimitar Ouzounov Chapman University USA
  • Michel Parrot Centre National de la Récherche Scientifique LPC2E/CNRS France
  • Domenico Patella University Federico II of Naples Italy
  • Nicola Pergola Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis – IMAA-CNR Italy
  • Sergey Alexander PulinetsRussian Academy of Sciences - RAS Russia
  • Nicholas V Sarlis National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Xuhui Shen Center of Earthquake Observation from Space China
  • RameshSingh Chapman University USA
  • Dimitru Stanica Romanian Academy Romania
  • Luciano Telesca Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis – IMAA-CNR Italy
  • Valerio Tramutoli University of Basilicata Italy
  • Errikos Tzanis National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Thematic Fields

    Electromagnetic signals associated with earthquakes and volcanic eruptions (occurrence and preparatory processes)

    Satellite Remote Sensing for volcanic and seismic hazard assessment and monitoring;

    Magnetospheric, ionospheric and atmospheric phenomena associated with seismic and volcanic activities;


    Electromagnetic methods for seismicity monitoring (e.g. natural and induced, micro-seismicity, fluid migration, etc.);

    Theoretical and laboratory studies for understanding seismic and volcanic phenomena;

    Electromagnetic imaging and modeling of seismic and volcanic structures


    Integration of electromagnetic and others geophysical observations (mechanical, geochemical, seismological, geodetic, etc.) for the study of earthquakes and volcanoes;

    Ongoing international initiatives (EMSO, EPOS, GEOSS, etc.), recent and future satellite missions (CSES, Swarm, etc.);

    Signal recognition, data processing and modeling;


    Reliability of precursor signals of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

    Conference Information

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: EXTENDED for July 15st, 2024
  • Sponsor Registration Deadline: April 28th, 2024
  • Early Bird Registration Deadline: July 31th, 2024
  • General Participant - 350,00 €
  • Student Participant - 150,00 €
  • Accompany Person - 200,00 €

  • All above congress packages include:
  • Registration fees
  • Conference Attendance
  • Conference Certificate of Attendance
  • Conference Material
  • Welcome Reception
  • 6 Coffee breaks & 3 Lunches
  • Gala Dinner & Tour
  • Abstracts must be typed in English
  • The paper must be typed single-spaced using Arial 11-pitch type letters.
  • Paper title should be typed in Upper case bold letters.
  • Please include name(s) of author(s) in a new line. Please put initials first. Omit titles. The name of the Presenting Author should be underlined.
  • The name of Institution (s) should be included in a separate new line.
  • Clarity in presentation is requested. Objectives, methods, results, and conclusions should be stated meaningfully and concisely. Include only a brief description of experimental procedures. Results must include date or statements related to findings. Authors are responsible for the content and quality of abstract preparation and no editing will be done.
  • Total number of words should not exceed 250.
  • For an abstract sample, please click here
  • Abstracts will be accepted under the condition that one, at least, author will be registered. In case of non-acceptance and if the author does not wish to participate to the conference, the registration fees will be refunded.
  • Please indicate your preference on the type of presentation.
  • The Scientific Committee has the right of the final decision on the forms of presentation.
  • THE "GREAT ARSENAL" FROM THE 15TH CENTURY TO 2024.

    The "Great Arsenal" in the city of Chania traces a historical course through the centuries. The residents and visitors to the city pass by this emblematic building every day knowing its importance and usefulness throughout the ages.
    The architecture of the building excites both lovers and scholars of architectural history, as well as any pedestrian who happens to pass in front of him. The arched passageways, the ornate sheds, the sturdy construction with the carved sandstones and the art of masonry throughout the entire scope of the building, dominate the heart of the Old Venetian port. The arsenals existed in the port area of Chania since 1497. The "Great Arsenal" began to built in 1585 – 1600.
    Over the years, its premises successively hosted the school of the Christian Community (1872), a number of theaters (1892), the public hospital (1923) and the Town Hall (1928 – 1941). Coming to today, from a roofless ruin, it has been transformed into an impressive event space and reports. It functions as a Mediterranean Architecture Center, hosting important Greek and international events in its premises. A large percentage of these extroverted actions involve – naturally – in architectural art.

    INFORMATION
    Address Union Beach and Katehaki Square
    Google Maps https://g.page/CAM-Chania?share
    parking spaces Gate of Sand
    Space management KEPPEDICH-KAM

    Please follow the instructions in the file

    Event Organizers