Call for abstracts

On behalf of the Organising Committee, we are pleased to announce that the call for abstracts is open.

We are now inviting abstracts for submissions on the conference topics outlined and other topics which fall within the general objectives of the symposium.

There are three options to submit your contribution:
  1. present your work as published in the TISOLS2020 proceedings
  2. submit and present a maximum 2-page paper update on your publication in the TISOLS2020 proceedings
  3. submit a new, 4-page extended abstract
Your contribution should be submitted online in English using the TISOLS2023 website not later than October 14, 2022. The abstract should contain author’s name, affiliation, and selected theme. Please consult the abstract guidelines and abstract format for further details.

Please specify whether an oral or poster presentation is preferred (or no preference). Authors of accepted contributions will be notified before December 1, 2022.

Themes and topics

Contributions to TISOLS will be centred on five main themes:

  • Measuring and Monitoring
  • Mechanisms and Understanding
  • Modelling and Matching
  • Impacts and Hazards
  • Measures and Coping Strategies
We will specifically encourage contributions on our seven cross-cutting foci, which are societal relevant topics. These cross-cutting foci are:
  • Strategies & Pathways
  • Earth Fissures & Sinkholes
  • Peatlands & GHG Emissions
  • The Energy Transition
  • Coastal areas
  • Deltas & Sea Level Rise
  • Mining and Resource extraction



  • Abstract submission October 14, 2022. Please use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer to submit your abstract.
  • Letters of acceptance sent before December 1, 2022

Please note, per submitted abstract/paper we charge a fee of € 50,00 (Fifty) euros, which will be settled during your registration for TISOLS2023.

Contact info

All relevant information concerning the venue, programme, accommodation and events will be published on:

Organising committee: Gilles Erkens (chair)
Scientific committee: Peter A. Fokker (chair)
Secretariat: Ginny Ruiter, TU Delft