Paper submission


· The conference programme will include selected oral communications and poster presentations, divided in parallel sessions or mini symposium.

· Papers must be submitted, using the conference template, through the on-line conference submission system. Papers submitted by other means will not be accepted.

· Papers will be reviewed by the International Scientific Committee and external peer reviewers.

·Authors can indicate the most appropriate parallel session or mini symposium for their work as well as their preferred method of presentation. The International Scientific Committee reserves the right to reassign the accepted paper to a more appropriate session and/or method of presentation.

·It is anticipated that the final paper will be published in the conference proceedings provided that at least one author is registered to the conference.


·All papers must be written in clear English with grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication and submitted in PDF format, using the conference template (download at the bottom of this page)

·Papers must include:

- Title in bold letters

- List of authors (first name, family name)

- Authors' affiliations (institution, city and country). Use numerical superscripts after each name for different affiliations

- Contact details of the Corresponding Author (email)

- The paper must be composed by a single paragraph of about 150/200 words, justified between the margins specified in the template.

- Keywords (up to 6).

· The font is Times size 9. The paragraph has 12pt minimum line space with 24pt blank space above.

- Papers are required to be between 6 (minimum) to 8 (maximum) pages: shorter or longer papers will not be accepted.

Authors, when submitting their papers, will be asked to select one of the following sessions/mini symposia:

Parallel sessions:

  • PS1 - Laboratory and field testing
  • PS2 - Monitoring and remote sensing
  • PS3 - Constitutive modelling
  • PS4 - Coupled T-H-M-C processes
  • PS5 - Multiphase modelling
  • PS6 - Reliability and risk analysis
  • PS7 - Surface and near surface structures: excavations, foundations, tunnels
  • PS8 - Deep structures: tunnels, caverns
  • PS9 - Dams and earth structures
  • PS10 - Natural slopes
  • PS11 - Coastal engineering
  • PS12 - Mining engineering
  • PS13 - Earthquake and dynamics
  • PS14 - Soil-atmosphere interaction
  • PS15 - Ice mechanics
  • PS16 - Landfills and waste disposal
  • PS17 - Ground improvements, reinforcement, geosynthetics
  • PS18 - Preservation of historical sites
  • PS19 - Gas and petroleum engineering
  • PS20 - Underground storage of petroleum, gas, CO2 and nuclear waste
  • PS21 - Geothermal energy
  • PS22 - Offshore technology
  • PS23 - Energy geostructures

Mini Symposia:

  • MS1 - Complex formations with a block-in-matrix fabric and field testing
  • MS2 - Quantification and reduction of uncertainty in geomechanical numerical models
  • MS3 - Computational rail geotechnics
  • MS4 - Advanced constitutive modeling of soils in practical applications
  • MS5 – Large strain problems in geomechanics
  • MS6 - Building and infrastructure response to ground movement
  • MS7 - Material Point Method in Computational Geomechanics
  • MS8 - Probabilistic site characterization and data analytics
  • MS9 - Validation of Numerical Modeling Techniques for Analysis of Soil-Liquefaction and its Consequences
  • MS10 - Inverse analysis for parameter calibration and assessment of model perfomances
Download the template and consent form
  • 30 August 2022
  • Torino, Italy