Saint Petersburg 2018
Innovations in Geosciences – Time for Breakthrough
The Saint Petersburg 2018 Student Programme will be held on Thursday, 12 April.
The schedule will include several lectures, an exhibition tour and the EAGE Geo-Quiz.
Saint Petersburg 2018 will feature an extensive student programme. Traditionally, the student programme comprises many remarkable events, focusing on obtaining new knowledge and exchanging ideas, including special student lectures, workshops, exhibition tours, as well as the EAGE Geo-Quiz - a friendly competition of university teams. The winning team will receive a fantastic prize: travel grants for each team member to attend the 80th Annual EAGE Conference and Exhibition, which will take place on 11 – 14 June 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The official language of the student programme will be English. This allows to further promote international cooperation and knowledge sharing during the conference and makes the event truly international. The programme is designed for Masters and PhD level university geoscience students of all disciplines who aspire to further develop their skills and knowledge and meet with representatives of their potential future employers and colleagues.
All the registered students are invited to participate in the student programme.
Preliminary schedule of the Saint Petersburg 2018 Student Programme for 12 April 2018
|Student Programme opening||Mikhail Novikov (Director, EAGE Russia & CIS), Jean-Jacques Biteau (President, EAGE)|
|Student Lecture 1||Introduction to Applied Seismic Reservoir Characterization, Sabine Klarner (Technical Director, Klarenko LLC)|
|Conference and Exhibition tour|
|Student Lecture 2||Pressures, Seals and Traps, Jean-Jacques Biteau (President, EAGE)|
|Student Lecture 3||Petroleum Potential of Sedimentary Basins of Continental Margins, Gulnara Vasilevskaya (LUKOIL)|
|Student Lecture 4||Challenges and Opportunities in Oil & Gas Seismic Exploration, Roald van Borselen (EAGE)|
Application for travel grants were possible from mid-July 2017 until 31 October 2017.
The student programme is sponsored by the EAGE Student Fund.