Researchers Meeting Information

Researchers Meeting

The Natural Hazards Center, in partnership with the International Research Committee on Disasters (IRCD), will convene the 2023 Researchers Meeting on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 12 and through the day on Thursday, July 13 following the 48th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop.

Meeting Details

The 2023 Researchers Meeting will take place at the Omni Interlocken Hotel at 500 Interlocken Boulevard, Broomfield, Colorado. The meeting will include plenary and breakout sessions for paper presentations and networking events for participants. This meeting is open to all members of the hazards and disasters community.

Accommodations

Rooms are available at the Omni Interlocken or Renaissance Flatiron Hotels, with shuttle service to the Omni and can be booked concurrently with the 2023 Workshop. When booking, please indicate that you are making a reservation as part of the Natural Hazards Workshop.

Room block reservation links are now available here!

Meals

A Wednesday evening reception and coffee breaks are included in the price of add-on meeting registration. Additionally, lunch on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons will be held in the outdoor pavilion and are available for purchase with your registration.

2023 Registration

This meeting is open to all members of the hazards and disasters community. Registration for the Researchers Meeting can be added to the Natural Hazards Workshop registration or at a stand-alone rate. Both options will be available soon via the Workshop registration page.

General Registration
$175

Students
$125

The registration fee covers materials, facilities, a Wednesday evening reception, and coffee breaks. All participants, including those in presenting roles, must register for the meeting. Speaker discounts are not available for the Researchers Meeting.


Please make sure that you are signed up for updates so you will be alerted when registration goes live.


For questions about registration or accommodations, please contact the Natural Hazards Center team at hazards.workshop@colorado.edu.