Download the detailed schedule with talk and poster titles here.
Download the abstract volume here.
Pre-Workshop Field Trip: Tectonics of Northwest Montana. June 2-4. Field trip leader: Dr. David Lageson. Please see the field trips page for more information. The trip departs at 8:00 AM June 2nd from the loading dock behind Gaines Hall on MSU campus.
Welcome Reception at the Museum of the Rockies: The icebreaker event will take place on the evening of June 4 in the Museum of the Rockies front entryway, the Siebel Dinosaur Complex, and the Hager Auditorium. Heavy appetizers will be served and a bar will be available. The bar is hosted thanks to generous sponsorship from local Bozeman company Teledyne Photon Machines. Dr. Roger Bilham will deliver a keynote lecture about seismic hazards in the Himalayas.
Symposia: HKT will be organized around a suite of plenary oral and poster sessions spread over three days. Session themes are designed to focus on processes rather than geographic regions. The program is designed to allow for one focused discussion each day. In addition, there is ample opportunity to interact and discus ideas at dedicated poster sessions. All sessions will take place in the Student Union Building on campus at Montana State University.
Gala Dinner: We will host a mid-conference gala dinner for all participants in a lodge at Bridger Bowl ski resort, located 20 minutes by vehicle from the conference venue. We will provide transportation to and from the venue and a variety of meal options through Bridger Bowl catering. The dinner will also be the venue for the second invited talk, to be delivered by Dr. Katharine Huntington.
Post-Conference Field Trip: Tectonics of Yellowstone and the Basin-and-Range/Laramide Province Overlap Zone, Jackson region. June 8-9. Field trip leader: Dr. David Lageson. Please see the field trips page for more information. The trip departs at 8:00 AM June 8th from the loading dock behind Gaines Hall on MSU campus.