EAGE invites you to join us (again) for the second conference in Strasbourg in November 2021, it is yet unclear what the pandemic will mean for the energy transition. When we started preparing the first conference ‘Geoscience and Engineering for the Energy Transition (GET2020)’ one year ago, we could not imagine where the world – and the energy sector – would be by the time it was held in November.
High-Performance-Computing plays a leading role in our current energy business and will be of critical importance for a successful energy transition. Looking across multiple industries, our business undoubtedly exploits the largest High-Performance-Computing capacity. HPC helps in seeking higher productivity, lowering costs and making better use of huge amounts of data through high-performance simulation and data analytics. Algorithms performing as fast as possible on the best available hardware have a direct impact on many of the decisions shaping our business. This is particularly true in this post COVID world. Achieving this goal, through the various forms of HPC, from Supercomputers on premise to elastic and versatile solutions on the cloud, is the underlying theme of this fifth instance of the EAGE HPC for Upstream: “Heterogeneous HPC: Challenges, Current and Future Trends”.
The Organizing Committee BE GEO SCIENTISTS is pleased to invite you to the 1st National Congress of Italy for Young Geoscientists – Be Geo Scientists 2021 (BeGEO 2021), which will be held at the University of Naples Federico II from 7 to 10 October 2021.
BeGEO 2021 is the first Italian network for young geoscientists and it represents a great opportunity for undergraduate, postgraduate, Ph.D. students, pre- or post-doctoral researchers, employed and unemployed, in the Earth Sciences framework, to share their recent findings with other colleagues in an interdisciplinary environment.
European Geosciences, Union General Assembly 2021: Pattern recognition and statistical models applied to earthquake occurrence
We would like to cordially invite you to submit an abstract to the session that we are organizing, which, as in previous EGU Assemblies, focuses on the statistical analysis of earthquake occurrence. Session: NH4.4/SM3 Pattern recognition and statistical models applied to earthquake occurrence
As Sezione Italiana EAGE-SEG member you are entitled to a discount on the EAGE 2020 ONLINE Conference & Exibition registration fees.
Please follow the link below to claim the discount. Please note: The discount does not apply to Student fees.
As in the 2019, when a group of UNIPG students won the participation to the SEG meeting in San Antonio (Texas), also this year another team of UNIPG students successfully accomplished the collaborative project SEG EVOLVE edition 2020, working remotely in collaboration with Engineering Students from the University of Leoben, Austria.
Thanks to an excellent performance during the final EVOLVE presentation in June, they got selected to join the International Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) Annual Meeting to present their work.