Full Paper Submissions are now closed!

The 14th Australia and New Zealand Conference on Geomechanics 2023 full paper submission are now closed.

We have received a record number of full papers this year and we thank you for your interest in our event and your submission. We will be back in contact in late March to advise if your paper was successful. 

Key Dates

Early Bird Registrations Close 2 March 2023
Standard Registrations From 3 March 2023

For final evaluation, a full-length manuscript of the accepted abstract must be submitted by Monday 6 February 2023. Authors must upload their full-length manuscript via the eOrganiser portal.

  • To upload your full paper, log into your account.
  • Select ‘Submissions’, then ‘+ Submit Full Paper’.
  • Select the accepted abstract title from the drop-down box, then click the blue ‘Submit Full Paper’ button to upload the full-length manuscript for the accepted abstract.
  • If you have multiple abstracts accepted for oral presentation, repeat the same process for each abstract.



The following themes for this years Conference:

  • Soil Mechanics & Rock Mechanics
  • Numerical Methods for Geomechanics
  • Digital Solutions in Geomechanics and BIM
  • Ground Characterisation and Site Investigation
  • Soft Soils Engineering
  • Ground Improvement
  • Partially Saturated Soils and Shrink-Swell Behaviour
  • Sustainability in Ground Engineering
  • Energy Geotechnics – Onshore & Offshore
  • Geotechnics & Climate Change – Levees, Scour, Coastal Erosion
  • Seismic Geomechanics
  • Tunnels and Underground Construction
  • Mining Geomechanics
  • Slopes, Dams & Retaining Structures
  • Earthworks and Pavements
  • Foundations


Full Paper Submission Portal

Full Paper Guidelines

Format of Presentation

At the time of submission, you will be asked to select your preferred format of presentation. However, not all requests can be accommodated, and the final format will be selected by the Program Committee. Every effort will be made to honour poster only presentation requests. The ANZ Geomechanics 2023 Conference will include presentations in the following format:

Oral Presentation

The number of Oral Presentations we can accommodate in the program is limited and will be selected by the Organising Committee. The session date and time will be advised to the presenters at the time of selection.

Poster Presentation

The Poster Presentations will be displayed on a poster board without any audio-visual equipment. Poster presentations will be allocated to specific poster board to be advised closer to the Conference dates.