Farwell and see you in 2023 in TrondheimIAMG 2022 is over. We had 3 pre conference short courses, 2 field trips, 7 plenary keynote speakers, 5 parallel scientific tracks hosting 24 sessions, 217 on site participants and 65 remote participants, presenters from 40 countries presenting 239 contributions, Farwell and see you in Trondheim, Norway for IAMG 2023 and IGC 2024 in Busan, Korea.
Best Student Presentations
|Best Student Oral Presentation Award||Simon Cazaurang||S1906. Numerical assessment of thermo-hydraulic properties of Sphagnum moss, lichen and peat from a permafrost-dominated Arctic wetland.|
|Best Student Remote Presentation Award||Gleb Shishaev||S1810. Uncertainty Quantification of depositional and structural properties with Generative Deep Learning and Graph Convolutions|
|Rayan Kanfar||S0601. Stochastic Geomodelling of Karst Morphology by Dynamic Graph Dissolution|
|Best Student Poster Award||Enrico Scarpa||S1607. Dynamic connectivity measures on turbidite channel complex architectures|
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We are pleased to announce that remote participation to IAMG 2022 will be possible, and that the conference fees have been revised accordingly.
The 21st Annual Conference of the IAMG will be a major event in Mathematical Geosciences, and expects to gather international participants from academia, industry and government organizations. It will be primarily hosted at the Centre Prouvé in the beautiful city of Nancy, France, and IAMG 2022 will also make it possible to participate remotely, both to accommodate for the sanitary situation and to also reduce the conference carbon footprint.
Nancy is home of one of the largest geoscience community in France, and the birthplace of the French Mathematician Henri Poincaré, who wrote in 1901: “Mathematicians do not study the objects but the relationships between objects” in La Science et l’hypothèse. There is no doubt that this statement accurately applies to mathematical geoscientists!
After a long and difficult lockdown period, IAMG 2022's ambition is to provide an opportunity for social interaction and scientific exchange to researchers and students working on all subfields of mathematical geosciences and their applications, including classical and emerging subfields of statistics and geostatistics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, geoinformatics, geomodeling and computational methods.
We are looking forward to a productive, vibrant and enjoyable IAMG 2022 Conference, and we look forward to welcoming you to Nancy in Summer 2022!The Organizing Committee.