7-9 September 2021

International science and technology conference "Earth science"

About conference

The conference represents an informational platform for accumulation of expert opinion on projects and initiatives that are aimed at implementation of farsighted scientific research and development; it allows to present scientific and practical achievements to a wide circle of researchers.

The Goal of the Conference is the exchange of knowledge in the area of innovative science-practical directions of development of land sciences.

Participants of the conference are the representatives of the leading industrial enterprises, engineering, consulting and service companies, science-research and design centers and institutes, leading technical universities and profiling civil organizations and authority agencies of Russia and foreign countries.

Publication of articles:
Official languages:
Participation format:
1) in the traditional face-to-face format;
2) remotely in the format of a video conference;
More about remote participation

Thematic sections


Pacific National University is one of the largest higher education institutions of the Russian Far East. Its mission is to remain a classical innovative type university, transforming into an education, science, innovation, culture and socialization integrated center. The mission content is based on global, national and regional levels. PNU positions itself as a Russian regional scientific educational center for the Asia-Pacific countries.

PNU is the only university in the region that provides training in most engineering, economic, social sciences, law, arts, architecture, design, pedagogy. Training is conducted in 127 fields of undergraduate and postgraduate studies in 7 branches of science. Research is carried out in science, engineering and technology, materials science, fundamental physics, mathematics, information and communication systems.

PNU is the region’s international education leader. For over 25 years, it has been preparing international students for higher professional education programs, additional educational and academic exchange programs, internships, Russian as a foreign language programs for international teachers and students, Russian language educational programs. International students come to PNU from Europe, North America, Africa, the Asia-Pacific countries, the Commonwealth of Independent States, Afghanistan, and Syria.

Khabarovsk is the capital of the Khabarovsk Territory, the main cultural and economic center of the Far East and an “outpost” of Russia on the border with Asia. The city proudly bears its name in honor of the 17th century Russian explorer and explorer. Erofei Khabarov. Initially, the settlement was created as a military post at the confluence of the Amur and Ussouri rivers, but its important geographical position and trade ties contributed to its development into a large city. The distance from Moscow to Khabarovsk is 6110 kilometers in a straight line, along a railroad track – 8523 km. At the same time, when night falls in Moscow, residents of Khabarovsk are just beginning their day – the time difference with the capital is 7 hours. Khabarovsk-Novy Airport is one of the largest air hubs in the Far East. It is a link between Central Russia and the country’s remote territories, and also connects Russia with the Pacific region. The climate of the Khabarovsk Territory is monsoon, with cold winters and hot, humid summers.

Speaking about the sights of Khabarovsk, it is worth noting that there are 7 museums and one art gallery in the city. There are many temples, a synagogue, architectural and historical monuments in the regional center. The oldest religious buildings in the city of Khabarovsk include the Church of St. Innocent of Irkutsk, which was rebuilt back in 1870. The embankment on the banks of the Amur, the heart of which is the Amur Cliff, brings a special zest to the urban landscape. An important landmark of the city is the Khabarovsk Bridge, which connects Russia with China. As part of the Transsib, the bridge has a total length of almost 3.9 thousand kilometers and a width of about 25 meters. The bridge has more than a century of history, the largest transformation of the bridge took place in the late 90s of the last century. There are many reserves and unique places in the Khabarovsk Territory. The region includes several islands, the largest are the Shantar Islands.

There are 23 universities in Khabarovsk, so the city is also an educational center. Major sporting events are also not uncommon in Khabarovsk. The Bandy World Championship has been held here five times.

Russia, the largest country in the world, located in the Northern Hemisphere, occupies most of Eurasia. Common border with eighteen countries, including the United States and Japan by sea.

From west to east Russia stretches for 10 thousand kilometers, from north to south – about 4 thousand. The country has 11 time zones.

There are about 2.8 million rivers in Russia, of which the largest are the Volga, Yenisei, Lena, Ob and Amur. The largest lakes are Baikal, Ladoga, Onega and Taimyr.

Registration fee and important dates

200 Euros for foreign participants

Travel, accommodation and food expenses are not included in the registration fee and are paid by the participants independently. Due to the currency fluctuation, the organizing committee has the rights to change the fee rates, yet not later than September 1, 2021.
The payment of the registration fee is accepted from both individuals and legal entities. The registration fee should be paid only after the notification about acceptance of the paper in the conference program, yet not later than September 30, 2021. Please note the paper will be published only after receipt of the registration fee.
Event location: Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russky Island, Ajax Bay.

– deadline for submission of reports: – June 21, 2021;
– notification of the inclusion of reports in the program before September 01, 2021;
– date 7-9 September 2021

Review process

ICAE papers are reviewed using a double-blind process managed through EasyChair. The reviewing process has three phases: bidding, reviewing, and discussion and metareviewing.

Reviewers are expected to provide high-quality reviews to provide authors with feedback that will help to improve the work for publication or for future submission. Conference  peer review committee (CPRC) lead the discussion among reviewers and metareview each paper, providing a recommendation and feedback to the program chairs.

Each paper submission is expected to receive tow reviews and a metareview, but this number is subject to change depending on the number of submissions and the number of reviewers and CPRC.

All paper submissions are anonymous. Reviewers and CPRC are and should remain anonymous to one another and to the authors of the submissions they review. When writing comments on a review during a discussion, please refer to yourself and other reviewers by the number of their review.

Reviewer and work CPRC timeline

The following dates describe the timeline for reviewer & CPRC work on Pacconf. Note that the review period is just two and a half months.

All reviewers and CPRC are expected to engage with the process throughout the twelve weeks from Monday 5 April to Monday 5 July, as described below. Please consider your workload and other commitments around these dates before offering your services as a reviewer. Those who cannot commit to engagement throughout this period should not volunteer to be reviewers or CPRC for Pacconf.

Activity Start date End date (Anywhere on Earth, UTC-12)

Bidding: Monday 5 April – Monday 21 June

Reviewing:   Monday 12 April – Sun 27 June.

Discussion and metareviewing: Mon 28 June – Mon 5 July