Abstract submissions is now closed. You will be contacted shortly regarding your abstract approval status.
Templates for the Abstract are available in Word and TeX formats. Please download the general formatting instructions and one of the typesetting templates:
Word Template Guidelines (149 KB)
Word Template (274 KB)
TeX Template Guidelines (210 KB)
TeX Template (8 KB)
Submission formats can be any of the following:
- Word file (.doc or .docx)
- TeX file
- PDF file
Maximum submission length is 4 pages including all references, figures, tables and appendices.
Minimum submission length is the 300-word summary, with author details.
It is important to note that submission of an Abstract does not guarantee either a poster or oral acceptance. Additionally, a longer Abstract does not increase the chance of an oral presentation. Final selection of the balance of orals and posters will be made by the Local Organising Committee, based on technical content and impact.
Abstract technical areas include the following:
- Data processing, dimensionality analysis
- Modelling methods, joint inversion, cloud computing
- Laboratory petrophysics
- Source fields
- Mineral Exploration
- Geothermal and non-petroleum energy
- Groundwater and environmental studies
- Tectonics and geological interpretation
However, we welcome all abstracts on the use of EM to understand the Earth!
Oral presentations will be strictly 12 minutes in total (plus additional time for questions and changeover), and will be scheduled for the morning sessions. Review talks will be 30 minutes in total (with additional question time)
All abstracts except oral presentations will be displayed as posters. Poster board will be available with an area 96 x 207 cm. The posters should be prepared in portrait format; we recommend posters be prepared in portrait A0 size (83.0 x 115.4 cm), but they can be larger. Posters will be secured either by pins of by Velcro tabs to the carpet-covered boards, we really encourage authors to bring their own.