Come and join us in San Diego in September, and let us together focus on how to make our cities more resilient!
Please accept my warmest wishes for an enjoyable event in San Diego.
TIEMS Rohrmann Student Scholarship Fund
TIEMS Rohrmann Student Scholarship Fund was initiated by Bernd Rohrmann, who donated the basic funds for TIEMS to be able to support graduate students to participate in TIEMS annual conferences.
This Fund will financially support two students each year, and students are encouraged to submit their paper proposals and applications for financial support by filling in the application form according to the Rules and Procedures for the Fund. Students need to fill out the Application Form and send as instructed at the end of the form.
IEMS 2016 Conference Registration and Payment
Conference registration includes:
- One-year TIEMS membership (not included in single day passes)
- Conference program and online access to abstracts, presentation materials, and full papers
- Attendance at all plenary and subject sessions
- First Night Reception ($25 charge for single day pass holders and non-registered guests)
- Coffee breaks and lunch
Join us in America’s Finest City - San Diego, California at the city’s new Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common. At nearly 500,000 square feet and standing nine-stories high, the San Diego Central Library boasts the latest technology, an outdoor garden and courtyard café, an art gallery, and views of the San Diego Bay, Petco Park, and the San Ysidro Border Crossing—the busiest land-border crossing in the world.
San Diego is also home to Balboa Park, SeaWorld® San Diego, Legoland® California, historic Old Town San Diego, the Gaslamp District, and beautiful beaches.
Travel Lindbergh Field at the San Diego International Airport (SAN) is 5.3 miles from the conference facility. Transportation from the airport to the conference can be obtained the public transpor- tation, taxi, or Uber.
Non-US persons may need to apply for a visa to attend the conference. If you need a visa, you will need to obtain one from the US Embassy Consular Section in your country. How to obtain a visa is described at Obtaining a Visa. If you need a visa, we recommend you start the process right away, as it can take several months.
If your country is listed as part of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), you may not need a visa. (You will, however, require a machine-readable passport.) A list of countries participating in the VWP can be found here: Visa Waiver Program.