EMSEV 2024 (6-9 October, 2024)new

EMSEV 2024 will be held at Chania, Crete, Greece, from October 6 to 9, 2024.
Please note the above date on yourcalendarnow!

Prof. Filippos Vallianatos , Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Geology and Geoenvironment, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.
AND Prof. N. Sarlis , Department of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece .
Institute of Solid Earth Physics and Geohazards, Hellenic Mediterranean University Research Center, Crete, Greece


IUGG2023 (11-20 July)

EMSEV belongs to IUGG, during the IUGG period, EMSEV organizes the following two sessions.
JA07 Interdisciplinary Observations of Pre-Earthquake Processes. The Concept of Lithosphere- Atmosphere- Ionosphere Coupling (IAGA, IASPEI)
Convener(s): Mala Bagiya (India, IAGA)
Co-Convener(s): Dimitar Ouzounov (USA), Sergey Pulinets (Russia), Katsumi Hattori (Japan), Patrick Taylor (USA)

JA08 Ground and Satellite Electromagnetic Observations Related to Earthquakes, Tsunami's and Volcanic Activity (IAGA, IASPEI, IAVCEI)
Convener(s): Ramesh Singh (India/USA, EMSEV)
Co-Convener(s): Ken'ichi Yamazaki (Japan), Qingjua Huang (China), Takeshi Hasimoto (Japan)

EMSEV 2022 was successfully held from 22 to 24, August 2022 in Taiwan

National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

Please visit the website

Usually, EMSEV organizes a biennial meeting. It means originally 2020 was the year. However, due to COVID-19, we unavoidably postponed the meeting for two years. EMSEV 2022 was organized by a hybrid style (on-site & remote).

IUGG 2019 in Montrél, 8 to 18, July 2019.
Two EMSEV related sessions were organized.

EMSEV 2018 in Italy was successfully organized

EMSEV 2018 was held between September 17 and 21, 2018 in Potenza, Italy.

EMSEV2018 page

EMSEV2016 in Lanzhou was successfully organized

EMSEV archives (previous EMSEV site (till 2016))

Minutes of EMSEV business meeting in Lanzhou (Sept. 2016)


EMSEV 2024 in Greece

EMSEV2024 in Crete, Greece


EMSEV2024 will be held from 6 to 9, October 2024.

Please visit the following official site.

We are now sometimes experiencingdifficultiesaccessing the EMSEV2024 website in Greece.
Therefore, we reproduce here the minimum information.
Because of this trouble, we would like to extend the deadline for abstract submission by two weeks toJuly 15.


If you would like to submit the abstract, please send your abstract which includes one thematic field to the following two mail address.

Ms. Gegaj Albina <> and

Prof. F. Vallianatos<>


P.S. EMSEV will host a session for young researchers on October 4 and 5 on "Advances in Satellite and Ground Technologies for Earthquake and Volcano Research. Please consider attending this session as well.



Please read the following statement carefully when submitting your abstract.

Abstracts must be typed in English
The paper must be typed single-spaced using Arial 11-pitch type letters.
Paper title should be typed in Upper case bold letters.
Please include name(s) of author(s) in a new line. Please put initials first. Omit titles. The name of the Presenting Author should be underlined.
The name of Institution (s) should be included in a separate new line.
Total number of words should not exceed 250.
For an abstract sample, please clickhere
Please indicate your preference on the type of presentation.



*Electromagnetic signals associated with earthquakes and volcanic eruptions (occurrence and preparatory processes);
*Satellite Remote Sensing for volcanic and seismic hazard assessment and monitoring;
*Magnetospheric, ionospheric and atmospheric phenomenaassociatedwith seismic and volcanic activities;
*Electromagnetic methods for seismicity monitoring (e.g. natural and induced, micro-seismicity, fluid migration, etc.);
*Theoretical and laboratory studies for understanding seismic and volcanic phenomena;
*Electromagnetic imaging and modeling of seismic and volcanic structures
*Integration of electromagnetic and others geophysical observations (mechanical, geochemical, seismological, geodetic, etc.) for the study of earthquakes and volcanoes;
*Ongoing international initiatives (EMSO, EPOS, GEOSS, etc.), recent and future satellite missions (CSES, Swarm, etc.);
*Signal recognition, data processing and modeling;
*Reliability of precursor signals of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions


Of course, it is best that you complete the various procedures from the EMSEV2024 website in Greece (
If you cannot access the site, please try to access it from your university, home or the public wifi. You may be able to access the Greek site.


Travel Information (PDF)


Venue: The "Great Arsenal" from the 15th century to 2022.

The "Great Arsenal" in the city of Chania traces a historical course through the centuries. The residents and visitors to the city pass by this emblematic building every day knowing its importance and usefulness throughout the ages.
The architecture of the building excites both lovers and scholars of architectural history, as well as any pedestrian who happens to pass in front of him. The arched passageways, the ornate sheds, the sturdy construction with the carved sandstones, and the art of masonry throughout the entire scope of the building, dominate the heart of the Old Venetian port.
The arsenals existed in the port area of Chania since 1497. The "Great Arsenal" began to built in 1585-1600.
Over the years, its premises successively hosted the school of the Christian Community (1872), a number of theaters (1892), the public hospital (1923), and the Town Hall (1928-1941).
Coming today, from a roofless ruin, it has been transformed into an impressive event space.It functions as a Mediterranean Architecture Center, hosting important Greek and international events.


EMSEV 2022 in Taiwan

EMSEV2022 in Taiwan


EMSEV2022 will be held in Taiwan from 22 to 26, August 2022.

Please visit the following official site.


IUGG 2019 in Montréal

IUGG 2019 in Montréal, Canada, July 2019.

Two EMSEV related sessions will organize.

JA10 - Electromagnetic Signals Generated by Volcanic Eruptions/Activity, Fluid Pressure, Earthquakes and Aseismic Fault Slip (IAGA, IAVCEI, IASPEI)


AOGS 2019 in Singapore

AOGS 2019 in Singapore
28 July to 2 Aug.2019.

ST33: Ionospheric Weather Induced by Solar and Terrestrial Activities


Conveners: Prof Jann-Yenq (Tiger) Liu (National Central University, Taiwan)
Dr Katsumi Hattori (Chiba University, Japan)
Dr Dimitar Ouzounov (CEESMO, Chapman University, United States)
Prof Xuhui Shen (China Earthquake Administration, China)
Prof Valerio Tramutoli (University of Basilicata, Italy)

IWEP6 in Chiba, Japan

6th Internatonal Workshpop on Earthquake Preparation Process (IWEP6)
31 May to 1 July,2019.

Scope of the workshop


The most recent catastrophic earthquakes (1999 Chichi, Taiwan, 2004 Sumatra, 2008 Sichuan, China, 2011 Tohoku, Japan and 2015 in Nepal) claimed thousands of lives and caused extensive economic losses. Year of 2019 is also the 20th year of remembering the 1999 Chichi Earthquake and 15th year of remembering of the 2004 Sumatra Great Earthquake disasters in Taiwan and Indonesia. Still the International science community is looking for solutions in the early detection of major seismic events in order to minimize the loss of human life. Multiple detections of earthquake precursory signals have been reported before and the new observations from space and ground have provided new evidences about the existence of pre-earthquake processes. The latest studies reviled the pre-earthquake signals statistical significance, repeatability, universality, and effectiveness for the forecast. In this workshop, while still discussing the applicability of pre-earthquake signals towards short-term earthquake forecasting, we contemplate to explore different physical mechanisms for generation and propagation of pre-earthquake signals. Discussions on earthquake forecast testing, multi-parameter observation and international joint research are also included.

EGU 2018 in Vienna

European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 was held from April 8-13, 2018, Vienna Austria.

One EMSEV related session was organized.

NH4.5/EMRP4.27/SM3.03 Short-term Earthquakes Forecast (StEF) and multi-parametric time-Dependent Assessment of Seismic Hazard (t-DASH) (Co-sponsored by JpGU) (co-organized)


Convener: Valerio Tramutoli | Co-Conveners: Pier Francesco Biagi , Katsumi Hattori , Jann-Yenq Liu , Giovanni Martinelli , Gerasimos Papadopoulos , Michel Parrot , Sergey Pulinets , Filippos Vallianatos

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