During the conference, we will stay for the two first days in Kathmandu and move from there to the epicentral area of the 2015 Gorkha earthquake in the Bhotekoshi River valley, where the conference will continue at Borderlands rafting camp. The conference will include 1.5 days of field visits. The full week, including food and lodging as well as transportation will cost €525 (€445 for early career scientists).
Due to venue size, the conference will be limited to 80 participants (pre-registration deadline was 30 April 2019). All accepted participants will be provided with a registration link. In case any questions arise, please contact Christoff Andermann (firstname.lastname@example.org). The deadline for final registration and payment is 31 August 2019.
The organizers cannot accept liability for personal accident, loss, or damage to private property, which may be incurred as a result of the participation in the conference. Participants are, therefore, advised to arrange appropriate insurance coverage. This should apply not only to travel but also to cancellation costs.
Thanks to support from the EGU and the US National Science Foundation (NSF), we can offer a limited number of travel and registration grants to eligible participants.
EGU support is available for early career scientists (ECS), as defined by the EGU. ECS grants will be given to cover registration costs for the conference. The deadline for support application was 30 April 2019.