Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology (SGTSG)
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8-12 November 2017, Denmark, Western Australia
The conference aims to bring together the research community in structural geology and tectonics within Australia and internationally to discuss the latest research and developments in these fields. We plan to maintain the relaxed, informal atmosphere of previous SGTSG conferences, and strongly encourage student attendance and presentations. The conference will include a mid-conference field trip to see the spectacular local geology as well as other events. We hope that the conference will provide a nurturing networking experience for all attendees.
Please see the conference website for more details about:
Expressions of interest: now
Call for Abstracts: March 01, 2017
Call for student bursaries: March 01, 2017
Registrations open: March 01, 2017
Medal nominations close: March 01, 2017
Student bursary applications close: May 31, 2017
Abstract submissions close: July 14, 2017
Early-bird registrations close: July 14, 2017
Registrations close: September, 15, 2017
Pre-conference field trip: The Albany-Fraser Orogen field trip will run from 1-7 November
Conference Ice-breaker: November 7, 2017
Conference: 8-12 November 2017
Post-conference field trip: The post-conference Leeuwin Complex/Margaret River: 12-15 November 2017
Student /young scientist bursary information available here
Medal nominations for the following medals information available here
Chris Powell Medal – This is awarded for the most outstanding research paper by a postgraduate research student.
Bruce Hobbs Medal– This is awarded for outstanding contributions to structural geology.
Full conference registration, abstract submission and bursary applications will open 1 March 2017
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Previous Meetings & Activities
22-27 November 2015, Caloundra, Queensland
Riding the Wave: A conference to showcase current research and ideas in Structural Geology and Tectonics
For more information click here