Students Discuss Near Surface Careers Ahead of NSG2023

Edinburgh is ready to welcome students and early careers to the large EAGE network of Near Surface Geoscience professionals. In preparation for NSG2023, the EAGE Near Surface Geoscience Circle took the initiative to lead an online workshop for students on 7 July to introduce them to the conference and what the Association has to offer […]

Special Students Talks Planned at NSG2023 in Collaboration with PGRiP

September in Edinburgh is buzzing with activities and geoscience takes center stage! After our NSG2023 on 3-7 September, postgraduate research students will meet on 7-8 September at ECCI, the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation for the PGRiP Meeting (Postgraduate Research In Progress Meeting). As our community looks to the future and the vital role early careers […]

On the Road to NSG2023: Synergy for Excellence

If you attended SAGEEP 2023 last week in New Orleans you might have come across some of the most outstanding talks from our previous Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2022, presented in the “Best of EAGE Near Surface 2022”. This is part of our long standing cooperation with the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society […]

On the Road to NSG2023: EAGE Hydrogeophysics Community Shares Hints of the Future

Big thanks to everyone who contributed to the discussion on “The future of Near Surface Geophysical Instrumentation”, the first webinar organized by the EAGE Hydrogeophysics technical community on 7 March 2023. Following a keynote presentation by Professor Esben Auken (Aarhus GeoInstruments, Aarhus University), Dr Andi A. Pfaffhuber (EMerald Geomodelling) moderated a lively Q&A with Andrew […]

On the Road to NSG2023: EAGE Hydrogeophysics Community To Host Webinar

The EAGE technical community on Hydrogeophysics will run a webinar on 7 March (15:00 – 16:00 CET) for all members to join. The topic – geophysical instrumentation for Near Surface Geoscience – is an excellent opportunity to dive into their field with multidisciplinary lenses and explore what the challenges are, and what we are missing […]