Welcome to the GeoMod 2018 conference


The GeoMod conference is a biennial international conference dedicated to the latest results of analogue and numerical modelling in Geosciences. The main aim of the conference is to discuss and present the latest ideas, methods and results of laboratory, analytical and numerical modeling of geological processes.

1 - 4 October 2018

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Previous GeoMod conferences took place in: Milan, Italy (2002); Lucerne, Switzerland (2004); Florence, Italy (2008); Lisbon, Portugal (2010); Lausanne, Switzerland (2012); Potsdam, Germany (2014); and Montpellier, France (2016).

When and where?

GeoMod2018 is planned as a workshop (from October 1st - 4th) dedicated to invited talks and different poster sessions displayed throughout the entire conference duration. The first day (1st October afternoon/evening) it's scheduled the registration day and the welcome cocktail / dinner. It is expected that participants arrive within the afternoon/early evening of the first day (1st October). The meeting sessions will start on 2nd October early in the morning (8:30 or 9:00AM) until the 4th October late afternoon (after lunch).

A 2-day field-trip is also planned after the workshop and will be properly informed soon.

The workshop will take place at the Alimara Hotel in Barcelona.

                   Basic guidelines for oral presentations here.

               Extended abstract submission deadline closed

Sponsors

The conference is mostly financed by the participants fees. The organizers of the GeoMod2018 conference are seeking financial support from institutional or industrial sponsors to help cover the costs and keep the fees at an acceptable level for all participants. 

Sponsor logos will be highly visible on the conference website, hand-outs and venues. Exhibition booths near the poster displays can be made available if required.

The organizers are very thankful to the following confirmed sponsors:

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Last update: 2018/07/06