Deadline: February 28, 2023
We invite prospective participants to submit their abstract via the Conftool conference submission platform, which can be accessed by clicking on the link below. A peer review of the abstract will be performed. Only authors with an accepted abstract will be invited to present at the ICRS 2023.
To submit your abstract:
- Head to Conftool: https://www.conftool.org/resilience2023
- Log in/Register for a Conftool user account
- Click on “Your submissions” to make a new abstract submission
- Complete the form with the relevant author information and your abstract (max 300 words)
- Submit your abstract
- All abstracts must be written in English.
- The abstracts should include aims, methodology and findings (or its equivalent) of your research, material and/or practice.
- The abstracts submitted must not be more than 300 words.
- Please indicate to which topic track your abstract refers to:
- Urban resilience
- Infrastructure and system resilience
- Cyber-physical system resilience
- Environmental resilience
- Food System resilience
- Disaster resilience
- Social and community resilience
- Methods and techniques of resilience
The following information should be submitted for the presenter(s): First name, last name, affiliation, country, email address.
Abstract proposals will be evaluated through a peer review. The scientific committee reserves the right to make the final determination regarding the classification of your presentation in terms of the relevant track and session.
Submit your Session/Workshop proposals
In light of requests regarding the hosting of sessions and workshops at the ICRS 2023, we have decided to extend to participants an open invite to submit session/workshop proposals.
If you are interested in hosting and organising a workshop or a session at the conference, please submit alongside your abstracts a short proposal describing your planned session/workshop. There will be an optional text field within the main abstract submission form on Conftool for you to submit your plan.
The short proposal should include the:
1) Planned topic(s) for the session/workshop
2) Estimated number of talks involved
3) Estimated number of participants involved
If you have already submitted your abstract but would like to add your session/workshop proposal, you will be able to edit your submission on Conftool.