5th international Workshop on Induced Polarization

Event Type

Event Date

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Event Location

Event Address

Rutgers University Newark

Event Start

08:00

Event End

17:00

Event Details

5th International Workshop on Induced Polarization, October 3-5, Newark, NJ, USA

Invited speakers for the 5th International Workshop on Induced Polarization are now confirmed. Five experts in different aspects of induced polarization will give overview talks that will be followed by poster sessions. The invited speakers/sessions are 

  1. Matthias Halisch [Leibniz Institute of Applied Geophysics, Germany] - Petrophysics;
  2. Sarah Glaven [Naval Research Laboratory, USA] - Biogeophysical studies;
  3. Matthias Bücker [Universität Bonn, Germany] - Modeling;
  4. Torleif Dahlin [Lund University, Sweden] - Field applications; 
  5. Douglas Oldenburg [University of British Columbia, Canada] - Data processing and inversion. 

The abstract submission deadline for the 5th International Workshop on Induced Polarization is July 1.

Registration will open no later than July 15 with an early-bird deadline of September 1.

Short (250 word) abstract submissions are invited in the following areas of Induced Polarization research:

  1. Petrophysics
  2. Biogeophysical studies
  3. Modeling
  4. Field applications
  5. Instrumentation
  6. Data processing and inversion

Submission of a short 250 word abstract by the deadline is required to secure a presentation at this workshop.

The workshop will take place from October 3-5, 2018 at Rutgers University Newark, located approximately 10 miles outside of New York City. The workshop will include invited keynote talks on each of the above areas, poster sessions and round-table discussions. Industry sponsors will showcase their most recent IP-related products. Due to the generosity of our sponsors, we expect to offer a low registration fee of approximately $200 [$150 for students]. The registration fee will include a conference dinner, a dinner/river cruise around Manhattan, lunches, an ice-breaker and a happy hour. Two local hotels will provide discounted rates from $109-$169 per room per night (details to be announced shortly).

 

More information here.