The conference is the fifth one in a series of meetings previously held in Russia (Suzdal 2007, Pereslavl-Zalessky 2009, Uglich 2011, Kaluga 2013). This series is devoted to application of systems analysis to geophysical observations, data mining and geo-informatics. Hazardous natural phenomena, as well as some man-made hazards, can be detected by different techniques routinely used for monitoring the geophysical parameters. The upcoming conference in Sochi will focus on implementation of Systems Analysis embracing a sophisticated data analysis and holistic Earth science approach in order to get comprehensive information on the phenomena of different degrees of hazard and on the multi-scale extremes.
We intend to discuss the topics related to observations, detection of and modeling geophysical extremes; development, implementation and maintenance of methods and instruments for monitoring; evolution of natural systems towards extreme conditions; assessment of global- and local-scale hazardous phenomena; challenges in data processing and analysis using pattern recognition, statistical and other methods relevant to large data processing; applications of geo-databases and GIS.
The Great Debate event is a panel discussion which would become an outstanding and focal event of the International Conference “Data Intensive System Analysis for Geohazard Studies” due to the great scientific and data experience of the panelists. During the panel discussion, titled "What scientific and technological data and their Systems Analysis will be in the 21st century?", the prominent leaders of the international scientific organizations and distinguished scientists will try to foresight the most significant trends of the 21st century in Systems Analysis development, Data Science, geoobservations and other important disciplines. The Great Debate will take place on 20 July, 2016.
Poster presentation is the main scientific contribution to the conference as only a limited number of invited oral presentations will be available.
Poster session will take place once on the second day of the conference (19 July 2016, see Preliminary program). The Poster Session participants will be provided with space for posters and, upon request, a table and electric supply for their laptops or tablet PCs for presentation. The presenters can choose either a traditional poster or a laptop e-presentation. To attract more attention and communicate efficiently we recommend either a laptop presentation, or both a poster and a laptop. To submit an abstract for the poster presentation, register to the conference or log in.
Step 1. Fill in the online Registration form
Step 2. Submit your abstract
Step 3. Pay the registration fee
Step 4. Get a Russian visa (if needed)
(till April 15, 2016)
(from April 16 till June 1, 2016)
(from June 2 till July 1, 2016)
|Full registration||450 EUR /|
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|Accompanying person (special cultural program for the Conference period)||100 EUR /|
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If you have any questions concerning your registration payment please contact Alena Rybkina (email@example.com).
Each participant of the conference can come to Rosa Khutor with an accompanying person. Accompanying persons will be offered a special cultural program for the Conference period (download the Accompanying person program). If you are planning to come to the Conference with an accompanying person, indicate it, ticking the box during the Registration process.
The working language of the conference is English. Interpretation to/from Russian/English will be provided upon request.
We invite authors to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentation. Abstracts are submitted electronically via personal account after registration. Abstract template can be found in the Abstract submission form in your personal account.
Abstract submission deadline is May 23, 2016.
The Book of Abstracts will be published electronically, available online before the conference and will include abstracts of the presentations of all the participants. In addition, each participant of the conference can submit an article based on his or her oral or poster presentation to Russian Journal of Earth Sciences indexed by Web of Science (RSCI). The articles are accepted only in English (native or high-quality translation) and should satisfy the recommendations to authors. The articles will be published after passing through standard peer-review and editorial process.
|February 1, 2016||Registration open|
|February 1, 2016||Abstract submission open|
|April 15, 2016||Early Bird registration fee deadline|
|May 23, 2016||Abstract submission deadline|
|June 1, 2016||Standard registration fee deadline|
|June 1, 2016||Abstract acceptance notification deadline|
|June 10, 2016||Tentative Program|
|July 1, 2016||Late registration fee deadline|
|July 1, 2016||Registration closed|
|July 18–21, 2016||Conference in progress|
The conference will take place in Rosa Khutor village (560 meters above the sea) located in the suburbs, in the Adler district of the city of Sochi, 40 kilometers from Sochi International Airport. The resort is conveniently located and easily reachable by public transport and car. The 2014 Olympic games were organized in this region.
Rosa Khutor is a prestigious all season world-class mountain resort that is nonetheless open to all. It offers a wide variety of activities for guests of different ages. In the resort area visitors can enjoy the remarkable picturesque views of the Sochi National Park, the blossoming rhododendrons on the promontory cliffs, Alpine meadows, mountain ravines, and blue glittering of the Black Sea visible from height of 2,320 meters — the highest scenic viewpoint in Sochi. The booklet about Rosa Khutor
The conference sessions and accommodation of the participants will be based in Radisson Rosa Khutor 5* — a premium-class hotel with interior, developed by the prominent Swedish designer Christian Lundwahl.
The hotel’s infrastructure features conference rooms, Wi-Fi coverage and a business center with modern office equipment.
All non-Russian participants should thoroughly examine the regulations for visiting the Russian Federation. These regulations and procedures for obtaining a visa are available online on the websites of the Russian embassies/consulates for your country of citizenship or residence (please visit Russian Foreign Ministry webpage).
Each participant of the Conference will be sent a Letter of acceptance and an official invitation (visa support letter). Please, contact the Organizing Committee if you need a visa support.Important! Please use the official invitation to the Conference when applying for the visa. Please apply for the visa as early as possible. Processing your application may take several weeks.
Participants are strongly recommended to confirm their medical insurance coverage prior arriving in Russia. Medical help is available for participants at their own expense.
The average daily temperature in Rosa Khutor in July is 24.9 °C, the average night temperature is 12.6 °C. Almost all days of July in Rosa Khutor are sunny. Cloudy and rainy days are rare.
There is a variety of pleasant restaurants at Rosa Khutor resort. Click here to view the list of restaurants. The average bill is 10–20 EUR.
Yandex Taxi – approximately 18 EUR from Sochi airport to Rosa Khutor. (in Russian rubbles only)
Uber taxi – approximately 16 EUR from Sochi airport to Rosa Khutor (paying by card only).
A2B taxi – approximately 18 EUR from Sochi airport to Rosa Khutor.
KiwiTaxi – approximately 18 EUR from Sochi airport to Rosa Khutor.