79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017 Student Programme

Date
12 - 15 June
Location
Paris, France
Registration
Closed
Call for papers
Closed

Thursday 15 June

Student Programme Registration 

In the Student Court, booth #480 students can register for the specific student activities from 09:00 to 15:00. 

Trial Interviews

Time: 09:00 - 17:00 hrs
Trial interviews offer an amazing opportunity for students to sign up for a 40-minute interview, including a 10-minute feedback session, useful for formal job interviews in the future. Do not miss out!

Student Challenge

Are you ready for a challenge? Compete in our travel grant hunt at the Conference and Exhibition and win one of the Travel Grants to Copenhagen 2018. Your challenge card should be handed in before 12:00! Draw at 14:00!

Workshop 2

New Trends in Geomodelling
Time: 09:00 – 11:00 hrs
Location: Pavillon 2.3

Convenors:
G. Caumon (University of Lorraine)
P. Collon (University of Lorraine)

As geomodelling evolves from a significantly manual and expert-driven process to a more automated procedure, it is now possible to spend more time on geological concepts, uncertainty assessment and quality control tasks. The goal of this workshop is to review and discuss some recent evolutions of structural framework modelling and their implications to address subsurface exploration and management challenges.

Motivational speaker 

Time: 12:30 – 14:00 hrs
Location: Student Court, booth #480

Pascal Le Masson will talk on ‘Innovation and Creativity’. He says cognitive science has long shown that we are not naturally good at creativity – we tend to be fixed by prior knowledge and by the definition of things. Recent advances in design theory provide us with formal models, methods and processes that help to diagnose fixation, to understand its causes and to overcome them. These theories, methods and processes are today valid for creation in engineering as well as in science and art. They enlighten new forms of leadership and collective creativity. In this speech, we review contemporary issues in innovation and creativity. We provide an introduction to advances in design theory and methods for innovation. We present some facets of these theories and methods. We will then discuss the consequences for contemporary engineers and scientists and for innovative companies and ecosystems.

Student Challenge: Travel Grant Hunt Draw

Time: 14:00 hrs
Location: Student Court, booth #480

Are you ready for a challenge? Compete in our travel grant hunt at the Conference and Exhibition and win one of the Travel Grants to Copenhagen 2018.

Student Chapter meeting (by invitation only)

Location: Pavillon 2.3
Student Chapter representatives are invited to the Student Chapter meeting during Paris 2017. The meeting will include a lunch and great networking opportunities for the chapters. This meeting is by invitation only.