Prospective authors are invited to submit abstracts for papers up to 300 words, which should include the title of the article, name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s), postal and electronic addresses, and at least three keywords. In addition, proposals for symposium content related to short courses, workshops, and panel sessions are also encouraged. These proposals should include a concise description of the content and contact information for the organizers.
Abstracts and symposium content proposals can be submitted online from to .
To submit a proposal or abstract, visit www.dfisubmissions.org and enter conference ID: ISFOG2020. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit full manuscripts by . Peer reviews will be returned to the authors for final submission of camera-ready versions by Proposers of symposium content will be notified about the status in .
Submissions are invited addressing Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics related to the following topics:
- Site Characterization: geotechnical testing and modelling, integrated studies, geohazards, sediment mobility and scour
- Offshore Oil, Gas and Wind Energy Facilities: foundations, monopiles, jack-ups, moorings, anchors, pipelines, risers, wells, cables, subsea systems, numerical modelling, case studies, cyclic loading
- Alternative Energy and Other Ocean and Marine Resources: wind, wave, tidal, current, thermal, gas hydrate, seafloor mining, aquaculture
- Life Extension and Decommissioning: fitness for service, foundation extraction, rigs to reefs, asset integrity, repurposing and reuse
- Disruptive Technologies: sensing, monitoring, intelligent systems, artificial intelligence, and machine learning
- Design Methodologies: performance-based/ whole-life/risk-based design and reliability
- Rules, Standards and Regulations: updates to existing design codes, development of new guidance