開催日：2016年9月20日（火）～23日（金） 主催：台湾地盤工学会／公益社団法人地盤工学会／国際地盤工学会ATC3 他
International Workshop on Geotechnical Natural Hazards - The 7th Taiwan-Japan Joint Workshop on Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfall
Date: September 20 – September 23, 2016
Venue: National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Pingtung, Taiwan
Taiwan Geotechnical Society
Japanese Geotechnical Society
National Pingtung University of Science and Technology
Asia Technical Committee 3 of ISSMGE
Bureau of Soil and Water Conservation
Directorate General of Highways
Ministry of Science and Technology, ROC
To share knowledge and establish Joint Research Framework for future collaboration among Japan, Taiwan, and other Countries on Geotechnical Natural Hazards
1. State of the art on evaluation and mitigation of earthquake and heavy rainfall induced damage.
2. Risk management and advance monitoring technology on large landslide and debris flow.
3. Development of design codes and specifications on geotechnical seismic and extreme weather design.
4. Advance in numerical modeling and experimental work in geotechnical structures.
5. Case studies of performance analysis of geotechnical structures during natural hazards
International Conference Room,
National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Pingtung, Taiwan
NPUST, located on a hillside in northeastern Neipu Township in Pingtung, occupies 285 hectares adjacent to Da-Wu Mountain and Dong-Gang Creek with the largest and most beautiful campus in the nation. The arrangement and construction of each campus building was based upon the topography of the campus landscape. NPUST has enjoyed the reputation of being a “National Park University.” The campus is impressively gorgeous like a natural park possessing countryside characteristics with extensive fields of view, picturesque scenery, and peaceful atmosphere.
Sept 20-21 Technical tour, mitigation work of Li-Shan, visit Mt. Hehuan and earthquake landslide spot
Sept 22 Registration and open ceremony and reception dinner
Sept 23 Technical sessions, close ceremony
Call for papers
Two page extended Abstracts of papers should be submitted to the following correspondence by June 30, 2016. The abstract format will be notified later in due course.
It is to be noted that all of abstract will be reviewed by a review committee formed under the supervision of ATC3. Extended abstract volume will be distributed to the participants during the workshop. The full papers will be invited finally published in special issue journal after the workshop.
Deadline for 2 page extended abstract June 30, 2016
Notification of reviewer’s decision July 22, 2016
Deadline for final extended abstract submission August 11, 2016
Deadline for Registration August 11, 2016
Pre-Conference Program:Day 1 and 2 (9/20-21, 2016)
Field Trip: Mitigation Work on Large Scale Landslide in Centre Taiwan
Day 1 (Sept. 20 2016)
Taichung city and Nantou county have suffered dramatically natural hazards including typhoons, earthquakes, and debris flows since 1986. Slope, highway, and hydraulic power facilities located in Centre Taiwan had abundant histories of geotechnical hazards and mitigation works.
Day one field trip starts at Hotel National, Taichung. Following a short drive, we will visit Chingshan hydraulic power plant which had suffered from major events including Chi-Chi earthquake and typhoons. On the way to Lishan, there will be an opportunity on No.8 Highway to view the several large rockfall and debris flow sites. SWCB have conducted mitigation work and monitoring in Lishan area for a decade, there will be an introduction and discussion to the topic and a tour examines the drain tunnel and monitoring measures. Overnight stays at the hotel of Chingjing with evening meal together.
Taichung city and Nantou county have suffered dramatically natural hazards including typhoons, earthquakes, and debris flows since 1986. Slope, highway, and hydraulic power facilities located in Centre Taiwan had abundant histories of geotechnical hazards and mitigation works. The field trip will visit several large slope failure sites and hydraulic power station facilities that had suffered from major events including Chi-Chi earthquake and typhoons. Beside, a short hiking and the highway erosion site visiting in Hehuan mountain area, elevation 3000 m, is also planned in the morning of second day.
Day 2 (Sept. 21 2016)
A short hiking in Hehuan mountain area will be commencing in the morning and experience the spectacular landscape of Taiwan Central Ranges in elevation 3000 m. Here, we will discuss the causes and effects of the mountain highway erosion. The afternoon finds us examining Chiu-fen-erh-shan National Earthquake Memorial Park, where is a large earthquake induced dip slope landslide in Chi-Chi Earthquake. The excursion ends at the Kaohsiung Chateau de Chine Hotel about 18:00.
Conference (Sept. 22-23):
Regular- USD 125 (NT$4000).
Student- USD 60 (NT$2000).
Accompany person- USD 60 (NT$2000).
Field trip (Sept. 20-21):
USD 190 (NT$6000)
The hotel fee is not included
Pre-stay for field trip at Taichung
Sept. 19th, 2016, Hotel National
Single room: NT$ 2600/night,
Double room: NT$ 3000/night
Field trip lodging at Nantou
Sept. 20, 2016, Hotel of Chingjing,
Single : NT$2500/night,
Double: NT$3000 /night
Conference hotel at Kaohsiung
Sept. 20-24, 2016, Chateau de Chine Hotel
During the conference, Sept. 22-23, 2016. Shuttle buses will be provided for transportation between the venue, Kaohsiung Chateau de Chine Hotel, and Zuoying High Speed Rail Station.
There is also regular shuttle buses from Pingtung train station to NPUST campus, the schedule could be finds from the website. http://osa.npust.edu.tw/Transports.aspx
Prof. H. Hazarika
Dept. of Civil Engineering, Kyushu University
744 Motooka, Nishi Ku, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan
Tel: +81-92-802-3369; Fax : +81-92-802-3378
In Taiwan and other regions
Prof. T.C. Chen
Dept. of Soil and Water Conservation
National Pingtung University of Science and Technology
Advisory Committee Members
Chairman: Prof. Chang-Yu OU (Taiwan)
Prof. Kenji Ishihara (Japan)
Prof. Takaji Kokusho (Japan)
Prof. Susumu Yasuda (Japan)
Prof. Ikuo Towhata (Japan)
Prof. Cheng-Hsing Chen (Taiwan)
Prof. Rong-Her Chen (Taiwan)
Prof. Meei-Ling Lin (Taiwan)
Prof. Hung-Jiun Liao (Taiwan)
Prof. Horn-Da Lin (Taiwan)
Mr. Yung Kuang Lin (Taiwan)
Prof. Joe Tzou-Shin Ueng (Taiwan)
Organizing Committee members
Chairman: Prof. Tien-Chien Chen (Taiwan)
Secretary General: Prof. Wen-Shinn Shyu
Prof. Chiwan-Wayne Hsieh (Taiwan)
Prof. Miau-Bin Su (Taiwan)
Prof. Ming-Lang Lin (Taiwan)
Prof. Jia-Jyun Dong (Taiwan)
Prof. Wei-Feng Lee (Taiwan)
Dr. Shu-Yung Chi (Taiwan)
Prof. Louis Ge (Taiwan)
Prof. Jian-Hong Wu (Taiwan)
Prof. Chien-Chih Wang (Taiwan)
Prof. Pio-Go Hsieh (Taiwan)
Prof. Motoki Kazama (Japan)
Prof. Hemanta Hazarika (Japan)
Dr. Netra Prakash Bhandary (Japan)
Prof. Guangqi Chen (Japan)
Prof. Tadashi Hara (Japan)
Dr. Kenji Harada (Japan)
Dr. Takashi Kiyota (Japan)
Prof. Mitsu Okamura (Japan)
Dr. Hirofumi Toyota (Japan)
Prof. Akihiro Wakai (Japan)
Dr. Gonghui Wang (Japan)
Dr. Lin Wang (Japan)
Dr. Masao Wada (Japan)
Dr. Hidenori Takahashi (Japan)
Prof. Yoshimichi Tsukamoto (Japan)