80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018
Opportunities presented by the energy transition
Registration for EAGE's 80th Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018 in Copenhagen (between 11-14 June), the world's largest multi-disciplinary event in geoscience and engineering is still open!
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.
Book your hotel now!
Please note that June is Copenhagen's most popular tourist season, and hotels will fill up fast. To facilitate your booking, EAGE has acquired the services of BDP as a booking partner. Check out their dedicated Annual 2018 site here!
EAGE Annual 2018
The EAGE Annual 2018, the 80th Conference & Exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive multi-disciplinary geoscience event in the world. The event includes a large conference - in total over 1,000 technical oral and poster presentations - and a technical exhibition presenting the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering. More than 6,000 people from almost 100 different countries visit this event annually.
For more information about the conference, exhibition, workshops and more, please refer to our Second Announcement.
Meet the Participants: EAGE Annual 2018
In the run-up to the EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark (11-14 June), we are delighted to introduce you to some of the wonderful participants you will be meeting there.
Milena Marjanović is a great representative of our Women in Geoscience and Engineering (WGE) community. She is a Marine Geophysicist, interested in exploring Plate Tectonics, in particular mid-ocean ridges using geophysical methods. her work has involved acquisition (five sea expeditions), processing, waveform inversion modeling and interpretation of 2D and 3D multichannel seismic data. She is especially interested in looking at the processes that control past and present melt distribution along the ridges (e.g., the phenomenon of ridge propagation; hotspot-ridge interaction; relationship between melt distribution and morphological ridge characteristics). Milena is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) working on full-waveform inversion of the deep reflection dataset collected in the Equatorial Atlantic in 2015 in collaboration with Schlumberger.