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Instructions for Authors

The Papers and Presentations Committee has completed the review process, and authors will be notified of their assigned presentation type (podium or poster) and date/time on September 22, 2022! 


Click here to view the full technical program schedule.

The presentation upload site for Slope Stability 2022 is now available and will remain open until October 13, 2022. After this, you will be expected to upload your presentation in the Speaker Ready Room on-site at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa before your presentation time.

Key Links and Documents

Terms and Conditions:

  • At least one full conference registration must be submitted by one of the authors to permit the final review process to proceed. 

  • Authors are limited to two papers per paid registration.

  • For each submission, the names and e-mail addresses of three (3) potential reviewers, who are recognized in the area, must be provided.

  • Authors and co-authors cannot be reviewers of their own paper(s).

  • The Papers & Presentations Committee will also choose and contact reviewers.

  • All corresponding authors are asked to use the Word template and guidelines provided below when preparing their papers.

  • We recommend that authors for whom English is not your first language to have your paper reviewed/edited for English before submitting, as reviewers will not edit papers.

  • Slope Stability 2022 will include a poster session with dedicated time in the conference program.

  • Authors can indicate their preference for oral or poster presentation when they submit their papers.

  • We encourage papers from the same organization that are closely related to be combined. Doing so will increase the probability of being accepted for an oral presentation, since the combined paper will be of greater interest than multiple separated papers.

Technical Tracks

The Papers & Presentation Committee have identified the following initial technical tracks for symposium papers & presentations. These initial tracks may be modified based on the abstracts submitted. Please click on the link above to access the Abstract/Paper Management System.

  • Rockfall

  • Civil Slopes/Natural Slopes

  • Geohazards

  • Instrumentation/Monitoring

  • Case Histories

  • Numerical Modelling

  • Design Acceptance Criteria

  • Machine Learning

  • Hydrogeology

  • Blasting

  • Waste Dumps

  • Transition from Open Pit to Underground

  • Rock Mass Characterization and Data Uncertainty

  • Infrastructure Protection

  • New Technology Implementation

  • Trigger Action Response Plans

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