The online version of EGE2016 program is available at http://easychair.org/smart-program/EGE2016/. This is an interactive page where anyone can find all oral and poster presentations, their allocated session and time, as well as view their abstracts. Author and keyword indexes are also available for browsing related presentations.
Please note that although every effort has been made to finalize this program, some changes may be made until the time of the congress. You are encouraged to check it regularly, as the online program will always be the latest one.
In case your presentation is a multi-authored one, you are also encouraged to set a speaker for it. To do so, please follow these steps:
- Log in to easychair.org using your existing account
- Change your role to “Author” (Click on EGE2016 / Change role / Author)
- By clicking on “My Submissions”, you will view your submitted paper(s)
- By clicking on “information” next to each paper, you will be transferred to the paper information page
- On the upper right side of your screen, there is a list of available options. Click on “Program”
- You will now see the schedule for your paper (session, time, session chairs etc.)
- By clicking on the “Speaker” field you may choose which one of the co-authors will be the presenting one. After pressing “Save”, the information will be updated and the speaker will be visible in subsequent program updates.
Please also note that there are a few papers for which the reviewing process is still under way. They have been included in the program, however their status may change upon the results of the process.
Guidelines for presentations
All presentation slides have to be prepared in English, which is the official language of EGE2016. This means that all text, figures, tables, diagrams etc. in the slides must be in English.
The presentation may however be delivered orally by the speaker in either English or Greek.
Poster presentations must be in English.
The allocated time for oral presentations will be 15 minutes in total. This includes time for the presenter to be introduced, present his/her contribution, answer a number of questions, and do any wrap-up. Therefore, presenters should plan their actual presentation for no more than 12 minutes. There is a tight schedule and it is important that each presenter stay within the time limit. Presenters will have access to a PC-compatible (no Mac) laptop with LCD projector.
Please, bring your PowerPoint presentation to the meeting on a flash drive to load on the in-room laptops. You will not be able to use your own laptop for your presentation. You can load your presentation on one of the conference laptops before the first session, or during the breaks preceding your presentation. A support staff member will be in each room to assist with the loading.
For each poster, individual display boards will be allocated. The maximum poster size is A0 (1189 mm height x 841 mm width). The preferred poster format is in portrait mode (i.e. height larger than width). It is advisable to hang the posters sometime before 9:00 a.m. the day of the respective session if possible. Posters will need to be taken down by the end of the day of each session. Presenters are kindly requested to be at the Poster Hall next to their posters during the Poster Sessions at the end of each day (see the Program for the exact timing).
G01 Structural Geology and Neotectonics
G02 Stratigraphy and Palaeontology
G03 Applied Geology (Engineering Geology, Hydrogeology, Urban Geology, etc.)
G04 Mineral Sciences, Petrology, Geochemistry, Isotope Geology and Volcanology
G05 Seismology, Geophysics and Physics of the Earth’s Interior
G06 Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Environment
G07 Earth Sciences and Society (Geotopes, Teaching and Education, Health, Sustainable Development, etc.)
G08 Physical Geography, Sedimentology, Quaternary Geology, Karst and Speleology
G09 Remote Sensing and Information Technologies in Geosciences
G10 Marine Geology and Oceanography
G11 Environmental Geosciences
S01 Environmental Geochemistry: mobility and speciation of chemical elements in the system rock-soil-water-plant (endorsed by SEGH)
Conveners: Ariadne Argyraki, Athanasios Godelitsas
S02 Holocene geomorphological changes of coastal areas
Conveners: Konstantinos Vouvalidis, Niki Evelpidou, Dorit Sivan
S03 Statistical Seismology
Conveners: Eleftheria Papadimitriou, Vassilios Karakostas, Georgios Tsaklidis
S04 Probabilistic and deterministic seismic hazard, ground motion and permanent deformation assessment from strong earthquakes of the broader Aegean area
Conveners: Costas Papazachos, Basil Margaris
S05 Site characterization, estimate of seismic site response and its incorporation into the ground motion predictive models
Conveners: Anastasia Kiratzi, Nikos Theodoulidis, Nikos Klimis, Konstantia Makra
S06 Earthquake-induced ground deformations
Conveners: Ioannis Koukouvelas, George Papathanassiou
S07 Geodetic methods for crustal deformation monitoring
Conveners: Dimitrios Rossikopoulos, Christos Pikridas, Aristidis Fotiou
S08 Modeling and monitoring crustal deformation and Aegean geodynamics using GPS/InSAR and geophysical/seismological methods
Conveners: Athanassios Ganas, Pierre Briole, Issaak Parcharidis
S09 Geospatial technology in education, training, capacity building and outreach; towards STEM promotion and development of skills
Conveners: Nikos Lambrinos, Antonios Mouratidis
S10 Geohazard analysis with Remote Sensing and GIS
Conveners: Issaak Parcharidis, Constantinos Loupasakis
S11 Multitemporal Remote Sensing data analysis for geoscience applications
Conveners: Michael Foumelis, Georgia Doxani
S12 Recent advances in Earth Sciences: monitoring networks, services and products – what do scientists deliver and what does society need
Conveners: Nikolaos Melis, Zafeiria Roumelioti