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Industry Q&A Panel: Machine Learning, Carbon Capture & Future Energies

Thursday, August 18, 2022
1730
1900

Industry Q&A Panel: Machine Learning, Carbon Capture & Future Energies

 

 

Date & Time

Thursday 18th August 2022
5.30 pm for a 6 pm start
 

Venue

Pig and Whistle, South Brisbane (whole indoor dining section)
 

Event – Industry Q&A Panel: Machine Learning, Carbon Capture & Future Energies

The AIG, ASEG, GSA and PESA are pleased to welcome students and industry at all career stages to our 2022 Industry Q&A Panel.

Come learn about several exciting and evolving career paths in geoscience: machine learning and its extensive application in industry; carbon capture storage and its potential impacts; what is the “energy transition”? What role do geoscientists play within it?

 

Cost

Free

 

Registration 

https://www.aig.org.au/events/aig-ngg-brisbane-industry-qa-panel-machine-learning-carbon-capture-future-energies/

 

AEM2023

Monday, September 4, 2023
0800
1900

The 8th International Workshop on Airborne Electromagnetics will be held at Fitzroy Island, Queensland Australia, in person between the 4th and 8th September 2023. Fitzroy Island is an unspoilt tropical paradise of rainforest and beaches within the calm sheltered waters of the Great Barrier Reef. The island is a National Park, with walking trails, tropical plants and animals, and abundant marine life.

The Workshop will encompass advances in airborne electromagnetic systems, modelling and interpretation. Case studies covering geotechnical, mining, energy, groundwater and environmental applications will be presented. The event will be a platform to contribute, discuss and learn about airborne electromagnetics and provide a forum for in-depth conversations on the subject area with colleagues from Australia and worldwide.

A four-day program will feature speakers from academia, government and industry, with keynotes delivered by leading experts in their respective streams.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 8th International Airborne Electromagnetics Workshop.

 

Key Dates

Call for Extended Abstracts Open 12th September 2022
Online Registration Open End of February 2023
Call for Extended Abstracts Close 1st February 2023
Notification of Abstracts May 2023
Deadline to accept abstract May 2023
Early Bird Registration Close 9 June 2023

 

Keep updated with the latest news on AEM 2023 by subscribing.

 

Brisbane Brews / celebrations of the life and work of Karl Zoeppritz

Friday, July 22, 2022
1700
2200

Our long offset celebrations of the life and work of Karl Zoeppritz.

We're heading to the Valley Hops Brewery from 5pm on Friday 22nd of July, then onto Soapbox Beer and beyond.

Our first venue we will share with the Brisbane geosociety event "Brisbane Brews". 

If you're interested, please RSVP to this link as an ASEG member. 

Feel free to bring partners or colleagues, the more the merrier.

 

NExUS - Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data – a Practical Approach

Tuesday, August 2, 2022
TBC
TBC

Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data – a Practical Approach

2-Day Online Workshop, 1st – 2nd August 2022

(Limited to 30 places)

 

NExUS-Professional Development (NExUS-PD) is proud to be able to present this very highly regarded workshop online for the very first time.
• The specially designed two-day online workshop* will introduce the fundamentals of geological interpretation of aeromagnetic data.
• The workshop will feature lectures, practical activities and case studies all using integrated data sets.
• Each day will feature 3 x 2hr sessions with exercises to be completed between the sessions and time allocated for extended discussions.
• The format aims for open, transparent communication, with input from participants highly encouraged to share knowledge and experiences.
*This is a level-4 course (honours level) and is designed to be suitable for early career geoscientists, honours students and HDR students. The workshop is not assessed.

 

Day 1, Methodology of Aeromagnetic Interpretation – David Isles (1st Aug) :
• Sessions will include: Basic Principles, Physics and Concepts of Magnetics, Spatial Concepts, Survey Planning, Processing and Presentation of Data, Anomalies, RTP and Analytical Signal, Modelling and Inversion, Introduction to Golden Dyke Prospect Case Study
Day 2, Geological Interpretation and Structure – Leigh Rankin (2nd Aug) :
• Sessions will include: Golden Dyke Prospect Case Study, Magnetisation in Rocks, Charters Towers Case Study, Structures in Magnetics, Widgiemooltha Case Study, Unusual Magnetisation and Final Q+A session.

To Register, click here. 

Full Registration: $500

AIG and ASEG Members: $400

Students: $50

For further information view this flyer or, please contact: Richard.Lilly@Adelaide.edu.au

NExUS - Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data – a Practical Approach

Monday, August 1, 2022
TBC
TBC

Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data – a Practical Approach

2-Day Online Workshop, 1st – 2nd August 2022

(Limited to 30 places)

 

NExUS-Professional Development (NExUS-PD) is proud to be able to present this very highly regarded workshop online for the very first time.
• The specially designed two-day online workshop* will introduce the fundamentals of geological interpretation of aeromagnetic data.
• The workshop will feature lectures, practical activities and case studies all using integrated data sets.
• Each day will feature 3 x 2hr sessions with exercises to be completed between the sessions and time allocated for extended discussions.
• The format aims for open, transparent communication, with input from participants highly encouraged to share knowledge and experiences.
*This is a level-4 course (honours level) and is designed to be suitable for early career geoscientists, honours students and HDR students. The workshop is not assessed.

 

Day 1, Methodology of Aeromagnetic Interpretation – David Isles (1st Aug) :
• Sessions will include: Basic Principles, Physics and Concepts of Magnetics, Spatial Concepts, Survey Planning, Processing and Presentation of Data, Anomalies, RTP and Analytical Signal, Modelling and Inversion, Introduction to Golden Dyke Prospect Case Study
Day 2, Geological Interpretation and Structure – Leigh Rankin (2nd Aug) :
• Sessions will include: Golden Dyke Prospect Case Study, Magnetisation in Rocks, Charters Towers Case Study, Structures in Magnetics, Widgiemooltha Case Study, Unusual Magnetisation and Final Q+A session.

To Register, click here. 

Full Registration: $500

AIG and ASEG Members: $400

Students: $50

For further information view this flyer or, please contact: Richard.Lilly@Adelaide.edu.au

ASEG Queensland AGM and May technical talk

Wednesday, May 25, 2022
1715
1915

ASEG Queensland Branch May Technical Talk and AGM

Date and time: Wednesday 25th May 2022, 17.15 – 19.15

Presenter: Dr Adrian McCallum

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aseg-queensland-agm-2022-and-may-technical-talk-tickets-336794410147

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UtT1JuOeSG2E-lN2hA-uUA

Overview:

Adrian McCallum has dabbled in geophysics for decades; as a sensor operator on Navy Seahawk helicopters or as a glaciologist measuring ice characteristics in the Arctic or Antarctica. In this brief discussion, he reflects on his diverse geophysical and geotechnical work till this time and introduces future opportunities to employ geophysics, across a diverse range of environments.

QLD Tech Talk - Current Space and Satellite technology

Tuesday, April 26, 2022
1715
1900

Title: Current Space and Satellite technology

Presenter: Mark Covington - Geoimage, Enterprise Solutions Manager.

Date: Tuesday 26th April 2022

Time: 17.15 – 19.00

Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0YOmEKwtQ325qUukPVVczQ

Abstract:

Last century, Man set foot on the moon and shortly after, in 1972 the first satellite was launched with the express intent of monitoring our planet's landmasses. Over the following decades, technology advanced and the applications for using Earth Observation also grew. In 2022, Satellites no longer need to weigh the same as a sedan and cost a billion dollars to design, build and launch. With advances in technology leading to miniaturisation and the arrival of ride sharing launches, space is now accessible to almost anyone with passion, a good idea and a pitch to venture capitalists. In this presentation, I will take us on a brief history of satellite evolution and lead us into a discussion on using Short Wave Infrared and other wavelengths for mineral exploration. We will look at using tri-stereo optical imagery to generate more accurate DEMs, discuss how radar can be used to see geological structures and how the phase component of radio waves can be used to measure changes at the scale of mm, and how this method can be used for monitoring hydrocarbon basins and mine induced subsidence. Finally, I will offer a glimpse of the future, of some of the new satellite startup companies and how those technologies will change our view of the world.

AEGC 2023

Saturday, March 18, 2023
0800
1800

AEGC 2023

Friday, March 17, 2023
0800
1800

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