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Abstract Submission

Final Abstract Submission Deadline: March 9, 2018


The IAMG2018 Local Organising Committee invites the submission of abstracts of original work for consideration as an oral or poster presentation. All presentations will be given at the Faculty of Science, Palacký University on 4-7 September 2018. All presenting authors must be paid registrants at the Conference.

The abstract should be between 100 and 300 words in a single paragraph. The title should be at most 15 words. Plain text should be used and without any accents.

For abstract submission authors should select up to two (2, primary and secondary) of the following Methods (Theme) and up to two (2, primary and secondary) Fields of Application. Alternatively, any of Topical Sessions can be directly chosen.

Method (Theme):

  1. 3D/4D Geomodeling
  2. Compositional Data Analysis
  3. Data Assimilation and Data Integration
  4. Data Science
  5. Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis
  6. Fractal and Multi-Fractal Modelling, Singularity Analysis
  7. Functional Data Analysis
  8. Geoinformatics
  9. Geostatistics – Two Point Geostatistics
  10. Geostatistics – Multi Point Geostatistics
  11. Geostatistics – Model-Based Geostatistics
  12. Geostatistics – Mining Geostatistics
  13. Geostatistics – Frontier Geostatistics
  14. Geostatistics – Other Geostatistical Methods
  15. GIS-Based Geochemical Exploration
  16. Graph Theory
  17. Image Analysis
  18. Inverse Problem Solving
  19. Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Data Mining, Big Data
  20. Numerical Modelling and Numerical Simulation
  21. Object Oriented Data Analysis
  22. Optimisation and Operations Research
  23. Spherical Data Analysis
  24. Statistics (excluding Geostatistics) – Point Processes
  25. Statistics (excluding Geostatistics) – Time Series Analysis
  26. Statistics (excluding Geostatistics) – Multivariate Statistics
  27. Statistics (excluding Geostatistics) – Bayesian Statistics
  28. Statistics (excluding Geostatistics) – Space-Time Processes
  29. Statistics (excluding Geostatistics) – Other Statistical Methods, Stochastic Geometry and Stereology/Mathematical Morphology
  30. Other methods


Field of Application (Sub-Theme):

  1. Characterization of Porous Media
  2. Climatology, Meteorology, Cryology, Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences
  3. CO2 Sequestration and Enhanced Oil Recovery
  4. e-Geosciences, Geoscience Information Exchange Standards, Interoperability
  5. Elemental and Isotope Geochemistry
  6. Energy Resources
  7. Environmental Characterization and Monitoring
  8. Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards
  9.  Geodesy
  10. Geodynamics, Tectonics, Structural Geology
  11. Geographic and Geoscience Information Systems (GIS)
  12. Geological Evidences of Paleo-Climate Changes
  13. Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology
  14. Geophysics and Petrophysics
  15. Geoscience Databases
  16. Hydrogeology, Groundwater Modeling and Contaminant Transport
  17. Mineral Prospection Mapping
  18. Medical Geology
  19. Mineral Resources and Geometallurgy
  20. Organic Geochemistry
  21. Petrology, Mineralogy and Crystallography
  22. Remote Sensing, Electromagnetic Data (incl. Spectral, Hyperspectral, SAR)
  23. Rock Fabric Analysis and Modelling
  24. Rock Mechanics and Fracture Modeling
  25. Rock-Soil Mechanics and Geomechanics
  26. Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Basin Analysis
  27. Seismology
  28. Soil Science
  29. Volcanology and Geothermal Research
  30. Other fields

The contribution will only be included in the book of abstracts and in the program if the presenting author has payed his/her registration by the early bird registration deadline. The contribution will be removed from the program if the presenting author is not present at the conference. Each participant can be presenting author of only one presentation (either oral presentation, or poster, according to reviewing process), though this rule might have justified exceptions (e.g., keynote lectures). You can change the presenting author at short notice in case of unforeseen absence from the conference. All contributions which presenting author is registered as student will automatically participate in the best student presentation program.

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