International

GEM 2019 Xi'an: International Workshop on Gravity, Electrical, & Magnetic Methods and Their Applications

Sunday, May 19, 2019
08:30
17:30

The Society of Exploration Geophysicists and the Chinese Geophysical Society will jointly organize:

GEM 2019 Xi'an: International Workshop on Gravity, Electrical, & Magnetic Methods and Their Applications

May 19-22, 2019

Xi'an, China

The Workshop will be held at Chang’an University, located in the heart of the ancient city of Xi’an. Here is the Workshop homepage:

https://seg.org/Events/Events-Calendar/GEM-2019-Xian

It contains updated and new information. When you prepare your abstract, please follow carefully the instructions under section “Call for Abstracts”.

Abstract submissions to “GEM 2019 Xi’an” will open on 1 October 2018 and close on 30 November 2018. All abstracts need to be submitted by email to: gem-abstracts@seg.org. We sincerely invite you, your co-workers, and your friends to submit abstracts.

Science and Technology Australia: Professional Scientist Remuneration Survey

Sunday, June 24, 2018
17:00
17:00

The 2018 Professional Scientist Remuneration Survey (conducted by Professionals Australia in conjunction with Science & Technology Australia) is currently underway and open to all science professionals.

Please take a few minutes to assist the scientific community by completing the questionnaire. All survey participants have the opportunity to enter the survey competition to win one of two $500 JB-HiFi vouchers. To enter, complete the entry form available once you complete the survey.

The answers will be aggregated to compile a major report on prevailing market rates and workplace conditions for employees in positions requiring qualifications in a branch of science.

A summary of the survey results will be available on the Professionals Australia website later in the year.

The closing date for the submission of completed survey questionnaires is the 24th of June, 2018. No identifying details are required. All responses are confidential and will be handled in accordance with Professionals Australia's privacy policy.

The survey can be completed here.

5th international Workshop on Induced Polarization

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
08:00
17:00

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.

13th SEGJ Symposium

Monday, November 12, 2018
08:00
18:00

The SEGJ advises of their 13th SEGJ International Symposium being held from 12 to 14 November, 2018 in Tokyo.

The theme of the 13th symposium encompasses the role of applied geophysics in the sustainable development of human societies. All interested scientists and engineers are invited to join a diverse group of specialists for stimulating discussions in face-to-face meetings. They welcome the contribution of younger colleagues.

Travel Support Program to Young Researchers

The organization committee would like to encourage young researchers coming from overseas to participate in this symposium. A young researchers' paper competition will be  conducted in advance to the due date of the extended abstract submission, and the winners will be granted a small amount of travel support. Participants whose ages are under or equal to 35 may submit an application to this support program at the time of their abstract submissions. The number of winners and the amount of support will be due to financial
conditions. The detailed procedure for this competition will be announced later.

Technical sessions
1. Acquisition and Sensor Technologies
2. Seismic Technologies
3. GPR Technologies
4. DC / EM / NMR Technologies
5. Geodetic Technologies
6. Gravity / Magnetics
7. Borehole Geophysics
8. Passive Seismic / Microseismic
9. Monitoring Technologies
10. Rock Physics / Interpretation (Case studies)
11. Near Surface Geophysics
12. Safely/Sustainability/Environmental Applications
13. Disaster Mitigation Application
SS 1. Geophysical application of Data science
SS 2. Unmanned and Airborne Geophysical Survey
SS 3. Geophysical challenges in the Middle-East area

SEGJ 13th Symposium in Tokyo 2018

Takeshi Sato <sato.takeshi.0917@gmail.com>

Mon 26/03/2018 11:40

To:

ASEG Secretariate <secretary@aseg.org.au>;

communications@aseg.org.au;

ASEG Webmaster <webmaster@aseg.org.au>;

Hi,
 

I have a reminder for those interested in submitting an abstract for the SEGJ symposium in November 2018. Abstract submission deadline extended until 30 April 2018! Please also see flyer attached to this email.

Web link
 

Important Dates

Deadline for Abstract submission: 30 April 2018
Call for Extended Abstracts open: 31 May 2018
Deadline for Extended Abstract submission: 30 June 2018
Registration open: 1 June 2018
Deadline for Pre-registration: 10 September 2018
13th SEGJ International Symposium
On-site registration: 12 - 14 November 2018

Geoscientists Day

Sunday, April 1, 2018
00:00
23:59

The AGC remind us that International Geoscientists Day (originating from INternational Geologists Day) is celebrated in 01 April.

Geologists Day is a professional holiday of geologists, geophysicists and geochemists. It is traditionally celebrated on the first Sunday of April. The establishment of this holiday was initiated by a group of prominent Soviet geologists headed by academician Alexander Yanshin. Following their initiative, the Geologists Day was established by decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet on March 31, 1966 to commemorate the achievements of Soviet geologists after discovery of the West Siberian petroleum province.

The timing of the holiday, the first Sunday in April, was chosen because it marks the end of winter and beginning of preparation for summer field work and expeditions.

Geologists Day is traditionally celebrated in almost all geological and mining organizations of the former Soviet Union with festivities starting at the end of preceding week. With tens of thousands of geologists from the former Soviet Union working around the world, the tradition of celebrating the Geologists Day is becoming more international.

In addition to geologists, many others involved in related fields also consider this day as their professional holiday and celebrate it.

EAGE Annual Convention

Monday, June 11, 2018
09:00
18:00

Registration is now open for the EAGE Annual 2018, the 80th Conference & Exhibition and the world's largest and most comprehensive multi-disciplinary geoscience and engineering event.

With an in-depth technical programme (boasting its highest ever number of submissions), short courses, workshops, field trips, a fantastic social programme, and capped off by an extensive exhibition of the world's largest and most innovative companies in energy, geoscience and engineering, the EAGE Annual has something to offer everyone in the field.

Join us in Copenhagen (11-14 June) and take part in the conversations that will define the future of geoscience.

Workshops Programme

Do you want to actively participate in our Workshop Programme during the EAGE Annual 2018? Now is your chance to do so!

Several of our workshops have an open Call for Abstracts. Check the workshop descriptions for further details on how to submit. 

  • WS01: Seismic Imaging with Ray and Waves - Where do we stand? Part I: Velocity EstimationDeadline: 15 February
  • WS02: Data Integration in Geoscience - Perspectives for Computational MethodsDeadline: 15 February
  • WS07: Seismic Imaging with Ray and Waves - Where do we stand? Part II: ImagingDeadline: 15 February
  • WS08: Fibre Optic Sensors in Surface and Borehole GeophysicsDeadline: 16 February 
  • WS09: Improving the use of seismic data for reservoir model definition and updateDeadline: 12 February
  • WS14: The Effect of Seismic Surveys on the Marine EnvironmentDeadline: 15 February 
  • WS15: Risk and Uncertainty in Petroleum ExplorationDeadline: 21 February 

Registration

Resources for Future Generations

Saturday, June 16, 2018
17:00
17:00

RFG2018 is the first IUGS event to be held between Quadrennial IUGS International Geological Congresses, and the first to be focused on a specific topic. The conference will examine the critical natural resources that led to the development of the human race over the last 10,000 years, and remain fundamental to our existence – Energy, Minerals and Water. These themes will be looked at from the perspective of the Earth and the knowledge that underpins the future availability and responsible use of resources. Sessions will focus on the interplay among earth science, human ingenuity, new technologies, and environmental and human challenges, in the context of a world that is changing dramatically and unpredictably. This is a unique opportunity to participate in a conference with implications for a sustainable future.

The AGCC 2018 is partnering with the RFG2018 Conference.

The RFG2018 Conference website is here. Submissions for abstracts close 12 February, 2018.

Webinar: Introduction to Applied Depth Imaging

Monday, March 26, 2018
10:00 US Central Time
14:00 US Central Time

Webinar (SAS): Introduction to Applied Depth Imaging

 

The Houston Geophysical Society advise of a webinar on Applied Depth Imaging to be held over four days.

The goal of this course is for the participant to gain an understanding of the basic concepts and practical aspects used in depth velocity model building and depth imaging in an intuitive manner. The participant will be exposed to depth imaging practices currently in use through the description of workflows illustrated with synthetic and field data examples for a variety of complex geology scenarios. The theoretical content is kept to a minimum required to emphasize the practical aspects. This course is designed for geophysicists, geoscientists, geologists, time processors, junior depth imagers and seismic and geologic interpretation specialists seeking a practical understanding of depth velocity model building and imaging.

1. Introduction to the course
2. Depth migration fundamentals
3. Understanding seismic velocities     
4. Practical understanding of velocity anisotropy
5. Review of velocity estimation methods used for depth imaging 
6. Seismic data conditioning for depth imaging
7. Isotropic and anisotropic velocity model building and imaging in practice
8. Optimization of seismic images for a more reliable geologic interpretation
9. Overview of emerging velocity model building and imaging methods

Ruben Martinez is a Petroleum Geoscience Consultant and Instructor with Reservoir Geoscience, LLC. He is author and co-author of more than 70 technical papers published and/or presented at international conferences and 12 patents on seismic data acquisition, processing and imaging. He has taught numerous courses, and conducted seminars and workshops on seismic processing and imaging.

More details, including pricing, can be found at the Webinar's website.

13th SEGJ International Symposium

Monday, November 12, 2018
08:00
17:30

The 13th SEGJ International Symposium will be held at the International Exchange Building, National Olympics Memorial Youth Center, Tokyo, Japan.

The theme of the 13th symposium encompasses the role of applied geophysics in the sustainable development of human societes. All interested scientsts and engineers are invited to join a diverse group of specialists for stimulating discussions in face-to-face meeings. We welcome the contributon of younger colleagues.

Proposed technical sessions

• Environmental and Engineering Application

• Seismic/Geodetic Imaging Technologies

• Sensors and Acquisition Technologies

• Imaging/Interpretation Case Studies

• DC/EM Imaging Technologies

• Reservoir Characterization

• Time-lapse/Monitoring

• Rock Physics

• Mining Geophysics

• Gravity and Magnetics

• GPR Imaging Technologies

• Disaster Mitigation Applications

Critical Dates

  • Call for Abstracts open: 20 January 2018
  • Deadline for Abstract submission: 30 March 2018
  • Call for Extended Abstracts open: 31 May 2018
  • Deadline for Extended Abstract submission: 30 June 2018
  • Registration open: 1 June 2018
  • Deadline for Pre-registration: 10 September 2018
  • On-site registaration: 12 - 14 November 2018

Magmatism of the Earth and related Strategic Metal Deposits

Monday, September 3, 2018
08:00
17:00
The International Conference on Magmatism of the Earth and related Strategic Metal Deposits, will be held 3-7 September, 2018 at Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

The Conference will be focused on the following topics:

  • Geotectonic position, geochemistry, petrology and ore-potential of alkaline and related mafic and granitic magmatism.
  • Mantle sources and processes controlling genesis of ore-producing magmas.
  • Resources of critical metals in magmatic complexes in various geodynamis settings.
  • Genetic mineralogy of rare metals in rocks and strategic deposits
  • Applied and technical mineralogy of critical metals, mineral processing etc.

The conference program includes oral and poster scientific presentations, keynote lectures, thematic events. Special excursions: Moscow by the geologist eyes, visiting of geological and mineralogical museums in Moscow etc. will be organized for conference participants. We also hope to organize some special field trips.

 

The conference web-page is http://magmas-and-metals.ru/

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