2014 5th International Forum on Opto-electronic Sensor-based Monitoring in Geo-engineering (5th OSMG-2014)

Dates: 12-14 Oct, 2014

Venue: Nanjing, China

Website: www.osmg2014.com

The 5th International Forum on Opto-electronic Sensor-based Monitoring in Geo-engineering (5th OSMG-2014) will be held in Nanjing, China, on Oct 12-14, 2014. This forum was sponsored by Nanjing University, and organized by Center for Engineering Monitoring with Opto-Electronic Sensing (CEMOES) of Nanjing University, and Nanjing University High-Tech Institute at Suzhou. The co-organizers of this forum include National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC),  China National Group of International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment (IAEG), International Society for  Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure (ISHMII), International Society for Environmental Geotechnology (ISEG), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, fibrisTerre GmbH, Suzhou Nanzee Sensing Co. Ltd, and 41st Institute of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation. The theme of this forum is “Monitoring and Early Warning of Geological Disasters”


  • Recent development of opto-electronic sensor-based monitoring technologies
  • Innovative demodulation technologies for opto-electronic sensing network
  • Data acquisition and wireless transmission technologies of opto-electronic sensing network
  • Temperature compensation and abnormality recognition of opto-electronic sensing network
  • Distributed monitoring technologies of multi-field information in engineering geology
  • Solutions of field installation and data transmission of fiber optic sensors
  • Monitoring and early warning systems of geological disasters based on opto-electronic sensing network
  • Development of special opto-electronic sensors for monitoring geological! disasters
  • Integration of opto-electronic sensing network in monitoring geological disasters
  • Monitoring technologies of geo-materials with large deformation
  • Monitoring and early warning of rockfalls, landslides, debris flows, ground subsidence and fissure
  • Monitoring of ground deformation induced by the construction of urban rail transits, hydraulic structures, ultra-high-voltage transmission structures, etc.
  • Distributed monitoring in protection of historic buildings
  • Distributed monitoring in mining and deep underground engineering

The authors should submit an abstract of about 300 words (in English or Chinese) to the organizers before May 31, 2014. The full-length papers in MS-Word or PDF format should be submitted before July 31, 2014. All accepted papers will be collected in an unofficially published proceeding. Selected papers will be considered for publication in several peer reviewed journals.


Abstract due: May 31, 2014

Early-bird registration: July 31, 2014

Products exhibition registration: July 31, 2014

Full-length paper submission: July 31. 2014

On-site registration dates: Oct 12 & 13 am, 2014

Forum dates: Oct 13-14,2014