International Commission on Continental Erosion Symposium 2024

We are pleased to announce that the Symposium of the International Commission on Continental Erosion (ICCE) will be hosted at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany, on July 24th-26th, 2024. The topic is "Sensitivity of erosion and sediment transport to recent climate change". 

As the anthropogenic alteration of global climate and its specific regional features become more and more evident, the symposium aims to shed light on recent progress and research avenues regarding the sensitivity of erosion and sediment transport to recent climatic and environmental changes. This topic spans multiple compartments of geosystems such as:

  • processes on hillslopes and slope stability
  • fluvial processes, river planform changes and sediment budgets
  • aeolian sediment dynamics

We invite contributions related to different environments of the Earth and hope to stimulate discussion and collaboration. As many of the aforementioned processes affect human life, societies and economy, we are interested in both basic and applied research. Your presentation might also show methodological innovations leading to better measurements and understanding of erosion and sediment transport in the past, present and future.

The venue is located in central Bavaria, between Munich and Nuremberg (airports) and can be reached by national and international train connections. Please visit our conference website https://www.ku.de/icce2024, for full information and register for this international yet familiar event! Registration will stay open until March 3rd, but it is advisable to register and book your accommodation as early as possible, because the meeting will take place during the main summer holiday period in Germany.

Early-career colleagues from disadvantaged countries who are eligible are invited to apply for a Sivapalan Young Scientist Award (SYSTA) travel grant for which the deadline is February 16th 2024.

Looking forward to meeting you!

ICCE Officers


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