3 - 6 September
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Special Issue on Computational Geosciences (optional for all accepted submissions)

Special Issues of Computational Geosciences were published following ECMOR XII, XIII, XIV, XV conferences, and we will publish a volume of 30 to 35 selected papers from the next conference in the series ECMOR XVI.

Kindly note that the procedure around this Special Issue is not hosted nor organized by EAGE. The selection procedure for the journal is separate from the ECMOR XVI event, for which you are still required to submit a full paper based on the above instructions. Only submissions that have been selected into the ECMOR XVI programme are eligible for selection into this Special Issue of the Computational Geosciences journal.

The contact person and Guest Editor for the Special Issue selection procedure is ECMOR XVI committee chair Dr Dayal Gunasekera of Schlumberger (, who wishes to share the following message with you:

"Dear author, the programme committee has made an agreement with Computational Geosciences to publish a special issue containing a selection of ECMOR XVI conference papers. In order to qualify for the review process for this Special Issue, you are requested to submit a (possibly extended) version of your conference paper in journal format to the journal’s Editorial Manager System at between 1 July 2018 and 31st October 2018. Please follow the Instructions for Authors on that website for format details.

Moreover, please exercise judgement when submitting your paper for review, and avoid submitting papers that lack the necessary depth and quality for a journal paper, e.g. a good literature review, sufficient examples or critical evaluation of results. Please note that many good conference papers are not necessarily good journal papers.

Manuscripts will be reviewed according to the review procedures of Computational Geosciences, e.g. by having at least two anonymous reviewers. Accepted (and revised) papers will be published online once finalized and proofread. If there are more papers than a Special Issue can handle or unexpected delays, some papers may be re-directed to a regular issue of Computational Geosciences."