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Selection Criteria for Abstracts
Clarity of concepts; objectivity; organization; significance of the technical material; value as an original contribution; clarification or extension of existing information or concepts; adequacy; and treatment of the subject; freedom from commercialism.
Notification of Provisional Acceptance
Authors will receive email notification of provisional acceptance of their abstracts by August 15, 2013. Format requirements for submission of full papers will accompany the notification.
Submission of Papers for Review
Final papers must be received by November 18, 2013. A non-refundable deposit of $200 must accompany the submission of each paper. Final papers will be reviewed using the same criteria as for abstracts; however, the papers will also be reviewed for relevance to the topic for which they are proposed. Papers will be submitted through the conference submission site: http://submissions.miracd.com/10NCEE/login.aspx.
Notification of Final Acceptance
Authors will receive review comments and confirmation of acceptance of their papers by February 1, 2014. Final revised papers will be due by March 15, 2014. Final submission of the paper must be accompanied by payment of the full conference registration fee for the presenting author.
Technical Program Topic Areas
• Bridge Structures
• Buildings, Structural and Non-Structural Systems
• Earthquake Engineering in Extreme Environments
• Education and Outreach
• Experimental Methods
• Information Technology and Collaboration Tools
• Fire Following Earthquakes
• Ground Motion, Seismicity, Seismic Hazard Assessment
• High Performance Computing and Simulation
• Lessons Learned from Recent Earthquakes
• Post-Disaster Response, Damage Assessment, and Recovery
• Risk and Loss Assessment
• Repair and Retrofit
• Resilient Communities and Cities
• Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems
• Socio-Economic Issues and Public Policy
• Soils, Foundations, Soil-Structure Interaction, and Slope Stability
• Subduction Zone Mega Earthquake
• Tsunami Prediction, Design, and Recovery