If you are practising, studying, or teaching geophysics or a related scientific discipline or have an active interest in the field, we invite you to join the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists. There are more than 1300 members working in many different positions and industries in Australia and overseas who share their experiences and knowledge through our vibrant society.
You can apply online here
You will need to provide referees for consideration for membership. If your membership is approved your payment will be processed and you will be issued with a tax receipt via email. You will be given a username and password to login to the website.
Student’s can choose to join the Student Sponsorship Program, such that their membership fee is paid for by Rio Tinto or Origin Energy (the student nominates the company most aligned with their interests). The nominated company will pay the student fee on behalf of the student.
Students renewing their membership and wishing to take advantage of the free membership through a sponsorship program need to fill out a new application below and return it to ASEG.
Students wishing to participate can click on the signup button on the right and follow the signup directions or download the following application form this application form. (PDF)
Members renewing will be emailed a renewal notice and invoice.
Membership renewal is via the website here and can be completed by logging in and 'Making a Payment'
Please direct all membership renewal enquiries to the ASEG Secretariat .
Logging in to the ASEG Site
Members can log in to the ASEG site to update their contact details, pay their fees on-line and take part in other members only functions including free online access to Preview and Exploration Geophysics.
To access your membership profile login via the button at the top right of each page and at anytime you can view your profile by clicking on your Name when logged in.
The three-tiered dues structure is based on the country classifications of the World Bank, based on gross national income per capita, divided into: high-income economies (group IV), upper-middle income economies (group III) and low-income/lower-middle economies (groups I and II). Membership dues are based on citizenship or primary work residence; the assessed dues will be whichever rate is higher.