Presentations and proceedings

Presentations and proceedings. 

Researchers and practitioners in the field of coastal engineering are invited to submit abstracts with original and novel findings related to modelling and measurement of coastal issues, as described on the main page. If your abstract is accepted you can present your topic at the conference in a 10 to 15-minute talk (depending on the number of participants), or by a poster if desired. 


The presenters have a choice between submitting full papers (max. 12 pages incl. references) or final abstracts (2 pages incl. references). The full papers can be written as proceeding papers, that have a light review prior to the conference. These will be placed in the proceedings on an openly available website under a CC-BY-4.0 license. 

High-quality papers can also be submitted to a Thematic Series in the diamond open access Journal of Coastal and Hydraulic Structures. These papers will be peer reviewed. If this paper has not been accepted before the deadline, a final abstract needs to be submitted first before the deadline, and the the JCHS Thematic Series paper will be published if/once accepted in an updated version of the proceeding. Below the procedure is shown.


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