The issue of seismicity induced by human activities, e.g. through fluid injection (waste water disposal, hydraulic fracturing), has become increasingly important with technology upscaling. In some regions of the world, seismicity associated with the exploitation of hydrocarbons exceeds natural earthquake activity. Monitoring of induced seismicity with local networks is a key element for managing induced seismicity risks. At the same time there is an increasing number of wind turbines and the associated increase of ground vibrations. This combination complicates ground motion analyses and can disturb earthquake monitoring. A lot of research is ongoing in these topics and we want to provide a platform for exchanging latest results and ideas. Therefore, we invite contributions from research on induced seismicity and/or technically induced seismic signals covering theory, observations and experimental aspects.