Events

  • Mon
    25
    Nov
    2019
    Thu
    28
    Nov
    2019
    Sousse, Tunisia

    The Arabian Journal of Geoscience will host the second edition of the "Springer Geosciences Conference" (2nd CAJG) scheduled from 25-28 November 2019, in Sousse, Tunisia. The conference is an interesting opportunity to hear about presentations and key findings about a wide-ranging fields of Earth Sciences.

    Research studies can be submitted by 15 June 2019: Author Guidelines | Submission Platform.

    As for the registration process, on 25 July 2019, authors of the accepted papers will be invited to register online.

    Besides the main conference, two workshops are planned alongside the conference:

    1. From basin-scale to crustal and lithospheric architecture of the Maghrebides and their Atlasic-Saharan foreland: Needs for coupled deep seismic soundings and tomography
      Conveners: Sami Khomsi, Hakim Gabtni and François Roure
    2. How to prepare a successful scientific paper
      Conveners: Nabil Khélifi and Xiuping Jia

    Immediately before and after the conference, three field trips are planned to some geological wonders of Tunisia, offering the participants the opportunity to visit both northern and southern parts of Tunisia. Please, check the field trips link in order to know more.

    Fore more information about the conference please contact: [email protected].

  • Mon
    02
    Mar
    2020
    Sun
    08
    Mar
    2020
    New Delhi, India

    The International Geological Congress (IGC) is delighted to announce the 36th International Geological Congress, which will be hosted in the exotic New Delhi, from 2-8 March 2020. The main aim of the event is to create a thoughtful environment for sharing geological knowledge with the main academics, organisations, partners and researchers coming from all over the world as well as those stakeholders who eager to learn more or possessing an expertise or deep interest for earth sciences, geology and the mineral sector.

    The vast Indian-subcontinent is a land rich of natural resources and can provide a full range of geological episodes, from precious and rare minerals to extensive rivers and active volcanoes, offering its visitors a deep and varied historical and cultural heritage. As such, India has actively contributed in several areas of the scientific sector and in research over the years.

    Each of these aspects make the upcoming IGC Congress a not-to-be-missed opportunity for those who want to enhance their geoscientific knowledge.

    For more information about the congress, the registration process and the details about the venue, please check the dedicated website of the event.