17th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering

14-17 Nov. 2022

Activity Time
Last Date for Abstract Submission March 15th, 2022
Abstract Acceptance March 31st, 2022
Last Date for Full Paper Submission July 31st, 2022
Full Paper Acceptance August 31st, 2022
Re-submission with Modification September 30th, 2022

The Organizing Committee of the 17th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering calls for the submission of Full-Paper for the symposium.

Full-Paper must be submitted only via the of the symposium before July 31st, 2022 to ensure timely consideration.

  • The instructions on the format of the Full-Paper is given in the sample file (Link).
  • An author can submit up to two papers and any additional co-authored papers can be submitted by another co-author who will also register for the symposium.
  • At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the symposium, in order to be invited to make a presentation in the technical program.

Select papers from the symposium will be published by Springer as a proceedings book volume. Springer will conduct quality checks on the accepted papers and only papers that pass these checks will be published.

  • Engineering Seismology and Seismotectonics.
  • Experience Derived from Recent Earthquakes and Tsunamis.
  • Earthquake studies using GIS/GPS/SAR/Remote Sensing.
  • Earthquake Hazard Assessment.
  • Seismic Microzonation and Urban Planning.
  • Seismic Instrumentation Strong Ground Motion, Site Characterization and its Effects.
  • Dynamic Properties of Soils and Ground Response.
  • Liquefaction.
  • Ground Improvement Techniques for Seismic Hazards
  • Computational Soil Dynamics
  • Offshore Foundations
  • Nonlinear Ground Response Analysis
  • Experimental Soil Dynamics
  • Earthquake Resistant Analysis and Design of Foundations.
  • Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction.
  • Seismic Slope Stability Analysis.
  • Seismic Analysis and Design of Earth Retaining Structures.
  • Seismic Safety of underground and Buried Structures and Pipelines.
  • Special Materials, Structures and Systems.
  • Earthquake Response Analysis, Design and Construction.
  • Codal Provisions on Earthquake Resistant Design.
  • Seismic Vulnerability, Risk and Resilience Assessment.
  • Structural Response Control.
  • Seismic Evaluation and Retrofitting of Structures.
  • Seismic Safety of non-structural Components, Equipment and Services in Buildings.
  • Seismic Safety of Industrial Structures and Thermal and Nuclear Power Stations.
  • Seismic Safety of Bridges and Dams.
  • Seismic Safety of Historical structures and Monuments.
  • Seismic Safety of Offshore and Onshore Structures, including Effects of Tsunami.
  • Damage Detection and System Identification.
  • Seismic Resilience Life Line and Urban Systems.
  • Seismic Testing of Structures and Equipment.
  • Earthquake Disaster Mitigation and Management.
  • Human Response and Socio-Economic issues.
  • Post-earthquake Rehabilitation.
  • Earthquake Engineering Education.
  • Public Awareness, Participation and Enforcement of Building Safety Laws.
  • Earthquake Prediction and Early warning System.
Chairman, 17th SEE
Prof. Pankaj Agarwal

Department of Earthquake Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
Uttarakhand, India-247667



Green City Roorkee