EAGE/DGG Workshop 2017

31 - 31 March
Potsdam, Germany
Call for papers

 Join EAGE and DGG in Potsdam!

Cecilienhoff PalaceIn recent years, fibre optic sensing technologies have become more and more important in geoscientific applications. Not only point sensors, but also distributed sensors are gaining an increased attention. 

New development of point sensors using fibre-optic technologies like SWIFTS technology or other high performance laser sources allow measurement of physical characteristics with increased accuracy and at cheaper cost, e.g., temperature, pressure, strain or chemical concentration.



Important Dates

Call for Abstracts Closed 05 January 2017
Deadline Early Registration 15 February 2017
Deadline Late Registration 15 March 2017
Deadline Registration 31 March 2017

Organized together with

The Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft - represents almost 1,200 members in more than 30 countries worldwide. The society was founded in 1922 in Leipzig and aims to disseminate and broaden geophysical knowledge in research, academia, application and among the general public.


Presenting a Poster?

As the presenter of a poster you have the distinct advantage of being able to draw the attention of your audience to particular illustrations. These can be studied and discussed in more detail.

To have a successful presentation, make sure your poster is attractive, well laid out and largely self-explanatory. The explanation of your poster should complement your visual display.

For more information about your poster presentation, please click here.

Registration closed

The full Technical Programme, bot oral and posters presentations, is now confirmed. Check out the full programme and this 1-day workshop on the latest technologies in Fibre Optics.

Online registration is now closed, but you're welcome to register onsite, at the EAGE-booth at the 77 DGG Jahrestagung in Potsdam or send an email to Niels Udo via nuo@eage.org.