Part 1 Seismicity, stress fields and focal mechanism: low energy sequences in areas with high seismic potential - Benevento (Southern Apennines), April 1990, G. Alessio, et al; the probability of the time occurrence of strong earthquake for some zones in Albania, V. Peci; statistical estimation of the maximum magnitude and its uncertainty from a catalogue including magnitude errors, B. Osher; estimation of the upper bound magnitude in earthquake hazard assessment in Slovenia, J. Lapajne, B.S. Motnikar; the analysis of the spatial-temporal structure of seismicity in the Baikal rift zone, A.V. Solonenko, et al; changes of the state of stress and deformation in epicentral zones during the aftershocks period; Yu.P. Skorovodkin, et al; dispersion and probability density function for focal mechanisms tensors, S.G. Tyuleneva, S.G. Yunga. Part 2 Earthquake hazard and seismic risk: preliminary seismic hazard assessment for the Italian seismic code, D. Slejko; earthquake hazard assessment for the Czech Republic and adjacent area, V. Schenk, et al; sensitivity of seismic hazard estimates to the use of historical site data, M. Mucciarelli, et al; recent trends in regional and global seismic hazard assessment, D. Giardini, P. Basham; importance of geological data in probabilistic seismic hazard assessments - a case study from Etue, western Norway, K. Atakan, et al; expert system for earthquake hazard assessment - ESEHA, Z. Yueqing, et al; estimating losses from future earthquake in China, C. Yong, et al; earthquake risk assessment in Greece; G. Papadopoulos, A. Arvanitides; a comprehensive data base of catastrophic earthquakes, G. Sobolev, et al. Part 3: strong ground motion and microzonation - a study of site effects on strong motion records obtained from local network around Gulf of Corinth (central Greece), K.C. Makropoulos, et al; strong motion modelling at the site of an electric power plant in Avezzano, Italy, A. Mendez, et al; application of microseisms to microzoning of an urban area in a sedimentary basin, J. Akamatsu, et al; peculiarities of ground seismic ground reaction in Kishinev, Moldova, A. Roman, V. Alkaz.