24th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2018
EAGE's annual Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition is taking place in Porto, Portugal from 9-13 September 2018. For this edition, the event consists of the 24th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, the 3rd Applied Shallow Marine Geophysics Conference and the 2nd Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration and Mining.
Register for just one conference and visit the other two for free! Each conference has its own technical programme and a shared exhibition of some of the world's most prominent companies in the Near Surface Geoscience field, who will be showcasing the latest developments in the field. With field trips, field demonstrations and a variety of activities, this is Europe's must see event for the entire Near Surface community!
Join us in Porto for the 24th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics- where we will engage in a technical programme that will cover a vast range of topics, including Airborne Geophysics, Forensic and Archaeogeophysics, Geophysical Surveys in Permafrost, Geophysics in Engineering Geology and Geotechnical, Geophysics in Precision Agriculture, Ground Penetrating Radar, Hydrogeophysics, New Technologies, Developments and Research Trends and Studies for Geothermal Energy and CO2 Storage.
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In the meantime, learn more by looking at our First Announcement!
Important Note: Deadline for abstract submission extended until 22 April 2018.
|Facts & Figures|
|Dates:||9 - 13 September 2018|
|Expected Attendance:||450 - 500|
|Exhibition Space:||300 M2|
Considered the best European destination in 2012 by the European Consumers Choice, Porto is the most important city in the North of Portugal and its historical center is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Porto’s streets and houses are filled with history, magnificent monuments and interesting museums but also a thriving and cosmopolitan downtown area with a very intense nightlife, charming parks and gardens and traditional and gourmet restaurants.
Porto is known for its bridges that span the Rio Douro as well as its XIX century iron bridges, iron architecture, Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Neo-classical art and traditional Portuguese buildings and balconies. Across the Douro is the Ribeira in Gaia that houses the famous and unavoidable port wine cellars, taverns and restaurants.