"Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures",
Charles University in Prague,
together with Seismik s.r.o.
and Moser Geophysical Services organize a joint workshop
"ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SEISMICS IN LATERALLY INHOMOGENEOUS MEDIA II"
"19th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON SEISMIC ANISOTROPY"
to be held on June 15-20, 2020,
at Želiv Premonstratensian Monastery
in the Czech Republic.
The workshop follows the 82nd Annual Meeting of EAGE in Amsterdam, 8 - 11 June 2020.
The workshop will be held at the
Želiv Monastery Hotel.
The Monastery is
located about 90 km to the south-east of Prague.
The accommodation will be
provided mostly in single rooms with private bathroom.
Food will be served in the Monastery Restaurant.
Those interested in participation in the workshop are kindly requested to fill in
the online registration form.
The accommodation capacity of the Želiv Premonstratensian Monastery is limited,
therefore sooner applications have a greater chance to be accepted.
The fee for a participant will be EUR 650 if received in full before February 29, 2020, EUR 750 afterwards. The fee includes registration fee, full board and accommodation for 5 days in the Monastery (Monday 15th dinner to Saturday 20th breakfast), social activities and conference materials. For an accompanying person, the same fee will apply. Several partial grants to support the participation of students are available, please contact the organizers.
Payment of the fee is paused.
Bus transportation between Prague and the Želiv Monastery will be provided
on Monday afternoon, June 15, 2020; and Saturday morning, June 20, 2020.
Detailed information will
be available in the 3rd circular.
Oral presentations should be in English; no simultaneous translation will be provided. The oral presentation should not be longer than 20 minutes, 5 minutes after it are reserved for a discussion. One PC screen projector will be available.
As announced in the first circular, in addition to the sessions with oral
presentations, a poster session will be organized.
The posters should be prepared in English.
Detailed information about the size of the posters will
be available in the 3rd circular.
Participants are kindly asked to send a one- or two-page abstract
of their contribution to the contact e-mail given below by April 1, 2020.
PDF or PostScript file format is preferred.
The title should be typed centered in the boldface
capital letters. On the next line, author(s)' names, with the speaker's name
underlined, should be typed. 10 pt fonts are recommended.
Papers presented at the workshop will be published in a Special Issue in an internationally
established journal. We propose to publish in the journal
Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica
(5-year IF: 1.116 in 2018).
The selection of the journal for proceedings
will be agreed during the Workshop.
The reviewing process will be the same as for regular papers,
i.e., each contribution will be reviewed by two reviewers.
Papers requiring further modifications after the second round of reviewing
will not be included in the special issue.
The deadline for submitting papers will be also agreed during the Workshop.
A tour of the Monastery, a concert in the Monastery Church, a tour of Monastery Brewery,
a half-day tour to the surrounding of the Monastery (probably the UNESCO town Telč),
barbecue garden party and other activities are planned.
If there is sufficient interest, we may organize
a programme for accompanying persons.
Please let us know if you are interested in the programme.
More details will be given in the 3rd circular.
3rd circular will be issued by the end of April 2020.
Any request for additional information should be sent to the following
Petr Bulant, Leo Eisner, Tijmen Jan Moser
Tariq Alkhalifah, Andrej Bona, Roger Borcherdt, Chris Chapman, Vlastislav Červený, Anton Duchkov, Einar Iversen, Zvi Koren, Ivan Pšenčík, Igor Ravve, Serge Shapiro, Alexey Stovas, Leon Thomsen, Ilya Tsvankin, Bjørn Ursin, Andreas Wuestefeld