August 23rd – 25th, 2023 in Nyvågar, Kabelvåg
Lofotseminaret is a biannual national symposium in geophysics and will celebrate its 30 years anniversary during the upcoming event. The purpose of the seminar is to gather universities, research institutions and industry in Norway in order to present ongoing research in geophysics. It serves as a meeting place for PhD candidates, postdocs, university professors and industry professionals to discuss and review important issues to be solved for bringing this research field forward.
We hereby invite for papers within geophysical methods for improved data acquisition and processing (including machine learning), static and dynamic mapping of subsurface reservoirs with particular emphasis on CO2 sequestration, geophysical surveying of other planets, geophysical monitoring of Arctic warming, and exploration methods related to deep-sea mining. There will be both oral and poster presentations in addition to invited speakers covering the main issues of the seminar. A special session will be held in memory of the unique geophysicist Håvar Gjøystdal (1948-2022).
Dates: 23-25 August, 2023
Venue: Nyvågar, Kabelvåg (http://www.nyvagar.no)
Abstract submission within: May 1st 2023
Registration within: May 15th 2023
Maximum number of participants: 50
Seminar fee: NOK 1500
Abstracts in English should be of 2 pages length.
For abstract submission, registering and room reservation contact seminar secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lofotseminaret is organized by all the universities in Norway involved in research and education in geoscience. It is supported by Petroleum Research School of Norway (NFiP) and Aker BP ASA. PhD candidates may apply for the necessary funding needed to participate.
You can apply for support by filling out this form: https://skjemaker.app.uib.no/view.php?id=14800757
If you have any questions regarding NFiP support, please contact email@example.com.