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Friday, March 15, 2019
17:00
19:00

The Annual Student Pizza Night will be held on Friday March 15th, jointly with the Adelaide University Geological Society. Each year we hold this event at the University of Adelaide with the aim to promote the opportunities and benefits of studying geophysics to undergraduate students. We will have industry professionals giving talks on their careers along with pizza and drinks with a chance for industry professionals and students to network. We hope as many members as possible can make it to chat with the students and share their own experiences.

This year we will be joined by Dr Stephan Thiel from the Geological Survey of South Australia, and Bonnie Lodwick, from Santos. This represents a fantastic chance for students to hear about the breadth of opportunities that our industry can offer them and a great opportunity to network with industry and government geophysicists. The ASEG SA/NT Branch is very thankful for Stephan and Bonnie for agreeing to join us.

Please note that due to the Fringe the Mawson Building will be locked. Some members of ASEG will remain around the main entrance to let participants in. After the pizza and talks there will be ample opportunity for networking. Then there is the opportunity to continue networking a little more informally, and watch some live music at the RCC Fringe area (free entry before 9 pm) just outside the Mawson Building. After dark, 'Dusk till Dawn' transforms the grounds of RCC Fringe into a playground of music, art and light, with over 120 artists and musicians performing over five weekends. For more information, see here: https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/rcc-fringe-dusk-till-dawn-af2019

 

Title: Annual Student Pizza Night

When: Friday 15th March 2019

Time: Food, Drinks and Presentations from 6 pm; please be aware doors to the Mawson close at 5pm due to the Fringe, access via main (southern) entrance only.

Where: Sprigg Room, Upstairs in the western end of the Mawson Laboratories, University of Adelaide, corner of Frome Rd and Victoria Dr.

Cost: Members and students: Free, Non-members $10

SA/NT Student night & Christmas party

Tuesday, December 11, 2018
17:30
19:00

Three talks are on offer.

'Geology from geophysics' by Joel Stockill (Santos)

'A multi-method hydrological study of Wither Swamp in the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia', by Robin Keegan-Treloar (Flinders University)

'Constraining the regional slope of Western Papua New Guinea: A study of Lithospheric Flexure' by Michael Rieger (Adelaide University)

Food & drinks from 17:30 in the upstaris bar

Presentations from 18:15

Students & Members: Free

Non-members: $10

There is a prize for best dressed so come in festive atire.

The night is sponsored by Santos.

Please contact Kate Robertson for more details

WA AGM & Christmas party

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
16:00
19:00

The WA Branch of the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists invites you to attend the upcoming ASEG WA Branch Christmas Party and AGM.

The AGM will commence at 5pm and the 2019 WA committee will be voted in.

The Secretary of the WA branch of the ASEG will be standing down so we are looking for interested members to nominate for this role and for other committee positions to be voted on at the AGM. The nomination form is available here. Please send your nominations to either the wasecretary@aseg.org.au or wapresident@aseg.org.au. All nominations for the committee must be received by 7th December.

The Branch Christmas party will follow immedaitely after the AGM. Drink tokens and light catering will be provided but REGISTRATION and RSVP is REQUIRED (please note any dietary requirements).

Please email wasecretary@aseg.org.au with any queries or for additional information.

Please drive safe - nearby red cat route and parking at Wilson and CPP facilities.

SA/NT: Geofamily Christmas Picnic

Saturday, December 1, 2018
15:00
17:00

The final GeoFamily picnic for 2018 will be at the newly renovated Pityarilla Activity Hub (formerly Marshmallow Park) with a Christmas theme! All are welcome, families, friends and guests (no need to be a member, all are welcome!) Don't have kids? Come and enjoy the park and the social networking anyway. GeoFamily picnics are held to promote a healthy work/life balance, professional networking activities, and allow everyone a chance to be involved in our professional organisations. Its also a great way to foster a love of outdoors, adventure and nature play with the next generation of geoscience, engineering and metallurgy students...!

We will have some Christmas colouring, and other activities (games) and it would be great to see some Christmas cheer in action. There is a lot of shade, but remember to bring a hat and sunscreen also. There is space to scoot/ride too, and remember to pack a change of clothes as water play is a major feature of this park!

There is ample roadside parking, and some of the new facility features include:

  • Marshmallow Park is fully fenced
  • The rock hill with interactive water play features
  • BBQs and sheltered picnic tables
  • Lots of grassy spaces perfect for kicking a footy or having a picnic
  • Right next to the two fenced dog exercise areas
  • Brand new Exeloo toilets complete with toilet music

Please RSVP to morgan.blades@adelaide.edu.au

125.ausimm.com

This event is brought to you by The AusIMM Adelaide Branch, ASEG, GSA-SA Division, and the DEM.

Please join us for a fantastic event!

SA/NT Social event

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
18:00
20:00

The SA/NT Branch is holding a Spring Fling

A night of Drinks, Nibbles and Conversation jointly presented with PESA, The Young Petroleum Professionals, the SPE and the ASEG.

The cost is $10 per head.

RSVP to Lewis.Maxwell@santos.com by 21 st September.

2018 PESA ASEG WA Annual Golf classic

Friday, November 9, 2018
10:30
lateoclock

PESA ASEG 31th annual Golf Classic 2018

Friday 9th November at the Araluen Golf Resort

The Classic is one of the most pleasant and well-attended oil and mineral industry golf tournaments held in Perth with recent years enjoying attendances of 100 + players.This year we have selected the tournament to be held at,Araluen Golf Resort, on Friday 9th November 2018. Built high up in the Roleystone hills, the fairways are lush, and the greens are smooth, undulating and fast. The course presents wondrous views of wooded valleys below, with some holes stretching from the tee over the horizon. Some of you may recall the challenge and beauty of this course from recent years of the PESA-ASEG Golf Classic.

ASEG / PESA Members: $160

Non-members: $210

There are limits on player numbers, so early registration is advised.

More details here

SA/NT Branch Movie Night

Friday, August 3, 2018
18:00
21:00

RiAus present Scinema

Join us for the largest science film festival in the southern hemisphere, the SCINEMA International Science Film Festival presented by Australia's Science Channel, RiAus.

We will be screening a compilation of short films on Numbers and Data (program below), recommended for those curious to see how numbers and data shape our culture and drive our decisions.

Everyone is welcome to this event, hosted by the SA/NT branch of the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (ASEG) at a cost of $10 pp includes film, beer, wine (for those 18 years+), softdrink, and pizza. Please arrive at 6 pm for pizza with the film starting at 6:30 pm.

Cost: $10 per person

Book through Eventbrite or by email to SA/NT Branch president.

SA-NT: Annual Student Pizza Night

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
17:30
19:00

The SA-NT branch advises that their  next event is the Annual Student Pizza Night, which will be jointly held with the Adelaide University Geological Society. Each year we hold this event at the University of Adelaide with the aim to promote the opportunities and benefits of studying geophysics to undergraduate students. We will have industry professionals giving talks on their careers followed with pizza and drinks with a chance for industry professionals and students to network. We hope as many members as possible can make it to chat with the students and share their own experiences.

This year we will be joined by Josh Sage, Geoscientist at Beach Energy and former geology & geophysics student at the University of Adelaide, and Nick Jervis-Bardy, a graduate geophysicist at Heathgate. This represents a fantastic chance for students to hear about the breadth of opportunities that our industry can offer them and a great opportunity to network with industry and government geophysicists. The ASEG SA/NT Branch is very thankful for Josh and Nick for agreeing to join us.

Title: Annual Student Pizza Night
When: Tuesday 17th April 2017
Time: Food, Drinks and Presentations from 6 pm
Where: Sprigg Room, Upstairs in the western end of the Mawson Laboratories, University of Adelaide, corner of Frome Rd and Victoria Dr.

 

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

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