International conference on geodynamics and solid tides 2020
Intelligent Earth system sensing, scientific enquiry and discovery
Tresite (China), 5 - 9 June 2020

G-ET Symposium 2016

Venue: Aula Magna, University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy.
Date: June 5 (Sunday) to June 9 (Thursday) 2016.

Important dates:

15th November 2015: beginning of abstracts submission and opening of pre-registrations
4th March 2016: deadline for abstracts submissions, opening of registrations
25th March 2016: letter of abstracts acceptance>
29th April 2016: deadline of the early bird registration fee
19th June 2016: communicate intention to submit paper to proceedings (
15th October 2016: submission of manuscript for proceedings


Recently, the multidisciplinary approach in geodynamics research has been increasing as well as the range of temporal and spatial scales on which geodynamic phenomena can be observed by modern instrumentation and monitoring systems. In order to take this development into account, the name of the “International Symposium on Earth Tides” has been changed to “International Symposium on Geodynamics and Earth Tides” and is organized in this form for the first time.

The symposium will be open for a wide range of scientific problems in geodynamics research. Interactions of geophysical fluids with Earth tides phenomena and observations will be a specific focus and includes:

Tidal and non-tidal loading in space geodetic and subsurface observations Permanent and dynamic effects of Earth tides on the geodetic reference system Using tides and ocean tidal loading with modern geodesy to probe Earth structure Variations in Earth rotation, gravity field and geocenter due to mass redistributions Tidal forcing of plate movement Subsurface fluid movement through geodetic and gravity observation Fluid pressure changes due to Earth tides Stress and deformation changes due to injected fluids Earth tides, mass movements and deformation at volcanoes Tidal effects on geodetic satellites as GOCE, GRACE, … Innovations in instrumentation for gravity and deformation observation Innovations in software, data analyses and prediction methods of loading and tides Induced seismicity Tides in planets