The EAG Short Course and Conference Sponsorship Program is open to EAG members who are organizing a short course or small conference in Europe focused on special topics or techniques from the broad field of geochemistry. The program aims to directly support student attendance at the event.
In 2022, the EAG is proud to be co-sponsoring:
Zurich, Switzerland – 24-29 July 2022
The 12th Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface Symposium (GES12) has a strong focus on interactions of the Earth’s spheres: the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere, and how these interactions respond to changing environmental and climate conditions. The overarching theme of GES12 is Earth system interactions on a changing planet.
Zurich, Switzerland, at the central campus of ETH Zurich
EAG Student Support
We encourage talented students to participate to GES12 by applying for a European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) sponsored scholarship. Successful applicants will pay a reduced registration fee of CHF 100 (or CHF 70 for an early registration before May 1, 2022). We can offer this scholarship to five students. Application deadline: April 15, 2022. More information at https://ges12.com/eag-student-support/
April 15, 2022: Abstract submission deadline & deadline for EAG scholarship applications
May 1, 2022: Early registration deadline
June 1, 2022: Registration deadline
July 24 – 29, 2022: GES12 Symposium
More detailed information can be found on our website: www.ges12.com
Edinburgh, UK, and online – 7-13 November 2022
About the Meeting
Forming and Exploring Habitable Worlds is a multi-discipline international scientific meeting taking place in Edinburgh, UK, 7-13 November 2022. This event will accommodate roughly 120 in-person delegates of all career stages based in a range of employment sectors. A hybrid model is envisioned to broaden attendance and accommodate virtual access for additional delegates.
- The origins of habitable bodies in and beyond our home Solar System
- Space exploration and its governance: priorities, visions, concerns, and ambitions
Latest News and Bursary Information
We are excited that the registration and abstract submission portal for Edinburgh’s inaugural Forming and Exploring Habitable Worlds Meeting is approaching! In anticipation, the meeting’s Bursary Application Form has been made available for eligible applicants to download, review, and complete at a pace convenient for them. This form can be accessed at: https://www.habitableworlds.co.uk/bursaries
Ahead of the event this meeting and its ethos are attracting attention from international science news. Two journalistic articles, one in the Europlanet Society Magazine and one in Nature, were published during December. These articles can be accessed here: https://www.habitableworlds.co.uk/news
Travel information is available here: https://www.habitableworlds.co.uk/travel
An indicative meeting programme is developing here: https://www.habitableworlds.co.uk/programme
We are grateful to our sponsors that currently include the Science and Technologies Facilities Council of the UK, the Royal Astronomical Society, the European Association of Geochemistry, and Nu Instruments for their support of this event.
Further updates shall reach you soon! Should you wish to share information included here among potentially interested colleagues please do so. Looking forward to seeing you in Edinburgh!
EAG co-sponsored event in 2022, originally scheduled for 2020:
Jerusalem, Israel – 19-22 September 2022
8th International Clumped Isotope Workshop (8th ICIW), will take place at Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 19-22 September 2022 (postponed from 2020).
Since 2010 the fast-growing community of scientists interested in clumped isotopes meet every ~1.5 years for a few days’ workshop, to discuss methodological development and inter-laboratory standardization, learn about exciting new applications, and share ideas. The workshops are structured around several sessions of lectures and posters, with a large portion of the time being devoted to formal and informal discussion.
How to apply for sponsorship?
If you are an EAG member and are organizing a short course or small conference in Europe, you can apply for EAG Sponsorship. Short courses or small conferences should have at least 10 participants and focus on special topics or techniques from the broad field of geochemistry. The short courses or small conferences should be based in Europe. The event can be organized in conjunction with a Goldschmidt conference in Europe. Please note we will not prioritise EU or national funded events.
Following the short course or small conference, sponsored students should produce a one-page report on their experience. Some of those reports will be published on the EAG Blog.
For events taking place in 2023, the application deadline is 30 November 2022.
Applications for online as well as hybrid and in-person events will be considered.
Sponsorship requests should be addressed to the EAG Office at email@example.com and include:
- a brief description of the goals of the short course or small conference
- a proposed schedule
- a list of suggested presenters
- a preliminary budget plan, detailing income source (with registration fee if applicable) and foreseen expenses
- information regarding the location and infrastructure
- if applicable, information regarding other sources of funding for the event
- EAG membership number of the organizer
Former sponsored short courses and conferences
- Virtual Short Course: Recent Developments and Applications in earth sciences of electron probe micro-analysis 5-9 April 2021
- ContaSed2021: 2nd International Conference on Contaminated Sediments, 9-12 June 2021, Bern, Switzerland
- Tools in Biogeochemistry, 11-16 August 2019, University of Tuebingen, Germany
- DINGUE VI: Developments in Noble Gas Understanding and Expertise, 15-17 August 2019, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
- Wageningen Soil Conference 2019, 27-30 August 2019, Wageningen, the Netherlands
- Uranium-Biogeo: International conference on uranium biogeochemistry, 21-26 October 2018, CSF – Monte Veritá Ascona, Switzerland
- International Short Course on Application of Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry to Earth Sciences, 7-9 June 2017, Perugia, Italy
- Petrochronology: Methods and applications, 22-23 April 2017, Vienna, Austria
- 4th International Workshop on Highly Siderophile Element Geochemistry, 11-15 July 2016, University of Durham, UK
- 32nd International Conference on Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 4-8 July 2016, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
- AIG-11 : Applied Isotope Geochemistry Conference, 21-25 September 2015, French Geological Survey (BRGM), Orléans, France
- Nutrient Cycling on the Modern and Ancient Earth conference, 6-7 July 2015, School of Earth & Environment, University of Leeds, UK
- Deep Earth Processes, windows on the workings of a planet, 15-16 September 2014, Geological Society of London, UK
- Geochemistry of the Earth’s surface (GES-10), 18-22 August 2014, Collège des Bernardins, Paris, France
- DINGUE 3: Developments in Noble Gas Understanding and Expertise, 24-25 August 2013, Italy
- Pushing forward boron isotope analytics: Advancing methodologies, analytical uncertainty and inter-comparability of data, 24-25 August 2013 at the Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources, Pisa, Italy
- Redox-active Minerals: Properties, Reactions and Applications in Clean Technologies, 25 August 2013 at the University of Florence, Italy
- Gemstones: Their Geology and Gemmology, 3-5 December 2012, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- Nuts and bolts of isotope ratio mass spectrometry, 9-11 January 2012 at the School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK
- Advanced Tools in Environmental Biogeochemistry, 7-11 August 2011, University of Tuebingen, Germany.