CALL FOR PAPERS

 

GTER 2017 (ISM-2017) will provide an excellent opportunity for scientists, experts to share their knowledge and experiences in the field of Earth sciences. The focus of the conference will be subjects dealing with issues of contemporary scientific and technological advances related to the Earth resources and Geo-spatial technologies.

Vietnam has been known as a country with a wide range of natural resources, their extraction and environmental protection, which have been undertaking seriously by the Government of Vietnam. The theme of the conference is "Geo-spatial technologies and Earth resources", believed to be of common interest both to Vietnam and other countries in the world.

TOP 3 REASONS TO ATTEND GTER  (ISM-2017)

Present your projects and experiences
Interact with scientists, experts in the field of geomatics, mining and geology for future cooperation
Meet 100 participants from more than 20 countries

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

You are invited to submit your abstract proposal to contribute to GTER  (ISM-2017).
Please submit the proposed topic and 200 words abstract to the Organization Committee.
Presentation format will be oral or posters. 
The deadline for abstracts submision is 31st May 2017.

PUBLICATION

- All accepted papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings published by Publishing House for Science and Technology with ISBN and will also be available on mine-surveying/HUMG website.

 - Papers will be peer-reviewed by international experts and those that meet the requirements and standards will be proposed for publishing in a book of  Springer

MAIN TOPICS

* Geo-spatial technologies

        - Advanced technologies for mine and civil surveying
        - Risk identification, assessment and management in mining projects
        - Effects of mining activities and processing of mineral resources on environment
        - UAV/ drone, terrestrial laser scanning, LIDAR, GNSS, mobile GIS, and internet mapping technologies for mine surveying, 
          civil engineering, deformation monitoring, and natural hazards
        - Data mining, soft computing, and decision support systems for environmental problems
        - Recent advances in GIS and remote sensing for natural hazard monitoring, modeling,
          risk assessment and management
        - Environmental risk assessment and management

        - Other related issues
 

* Advance in mining and tunneling

        - Mineral Processing, exploration and resources management
        - Mining management and risk analysis of mineral projects 
        - Tunnel construction technology
        - Waste-dump design and management
        - Mining management and risk analysis of mineral projects
        - Natural resources management 
        - Slope stability  
        - Subsidence due to underground mining
        - Advances in Electromechanical Engineering
        - Other related issues
 

* Geological and Earth Sciences 

        - Engineering Geology - Geotechniques
        - Hydrogeology and Water Resources
        - Regional Geology and Tectonics
        - Prospecting and Exploration Geology
        - Other related issues

Advances in Electromechanical Engineering

        - Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation Engineering;
        - Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering;
        - Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Systems;
        - Mechanical Engineering;
        - Other related issues
 

IMPORTANT DATES

* Details of the schedule and deadlines for the planned Proceedings book with SPRINGER
   - The deadline of the abstracts submission: 31/5/2017
   - Notification of the result for submissions that will be selected for the planed book: 15/6/2017
   - Full paper submission: 02/7/2017
   - Return comments for authors: 30/7/2017
   - Final full paper Re-submission: 15/8/2017
   - Send the ready papers to Springer: 25/8/2017

* Details of the schedule and deadlines for the planned Proceedings book with Publishing House for Science and Technology
   - The deadline of the abstracts submission: 15/6/2017 
   - Notification of acceptance to authors: 15/6/2017 
   - Final paper submission deadline: 10/7/2017 
   - Final full paper Re-submission: 15/8/2017
   - Conferences: 05-06/10/2017

CONFERENCE FEE

The fee includes conference materials, proceedings, coffee, and dinner.
     - Foreign participant: 100 USD/person
     - Foreign student: 50 USD/person
     - Domestic participant: 500.000 VND/person

 

SUPPORTED BY

* International Society for Mine Surveying (ISM).
* Vietnam Mining Science and Technology Association (VMST).
* Vietnam Association of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing (VGCR).
* Vietnam National Coal - Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (VINACOMIN).
* Dong Bac Corporation (NECO).


Hanoi University of Mining and Geology

No. 18, Vien street, Duc Thang, Bac Tu Liem, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: (+84) (24) 38386437, 37520834
Fax: (+84) (24) 37520834
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: http://www.humg.edu.vn


HALONG BAY:

Ha Long Bay is in Northeastern Vietnam on the shores of the Gulf of Tonkin, a comfortable 3 hours drive from Hanoi. The bay is dominated by more than 1,600 limestone karsts and islets which rise out of the waters of the bay to heights of up to 100 meters (330 feet) and the numerous caves and grottos spread throughout the bay. Such is the significance of Halong Bay that in 1994, UNESCO recognized the heart of Halong Bay as being a site of natural World Heritage and stated that "Apart from Halong Bay there are no equivalent sites on the World Heritage List...".


TRANG AN:

The Trang An Landscape Complex has been known as the Ha Long Bay of the land. It is the home of hundreds of islands forming a natural wonder. The mountains are connected by rice paddies, not water. You can cycle to them, not sail. However, there are sections that are submerged under water. While it is possible to cycle, drive – or even walk – around the mountains, most people choose to use boats to travel through some of the most scenic parts of the region.


SAPA:

Sapa is one of the most interesting sightseeing in the north of Vietnam, with the height around 1500-1650 m above sea level. Sapa is a land of modest, quietly but hides varies wonderful of natural scenes and Sapa is also a nest of hill tribe as: Black H'Mong, Red Dzao, Xa Pho, Tay, Zay, etc. Travel to Sapa, people forget everything, just enjoy the fresh air, clouds, sky, romantic scenery, majestic place, that is the reason why Sapa town is also known as the town in the cloud. With an average temperature of 14-18°C, cool in summer but a bit cold in winter. Sapa always attract tourists in whole year.


HANOI:

Ha Noi is Vietnam's capital with more than 1000 years of history. Its streets surge with scooters vying for right of way amid the din of constantly blaring horns, and all around layers of history reveal periods of French and Chinese occupation – offering a glimpse into the resilience of ambitious, proud Hanoians. Negotiate a passage past the ubiquitous knock-off merchants and you’ll find the original streets of the Old Quarter. Defiant real-deal farmers hawk their wares, while city folk breakfast on noodles, practise t’ai chi at dawn on the shores of Hoan Kiem Lake, or play chess with goateed grandfathers. Dine on the wild and wonderful at every corner, sample market wares, uncover an evolving arts scene, then sleep soundly in a little luxury for very little cost.