The 45-th Uspensky International Geophysical seminar 2018
“Practical and theoretical aspects of geological interpretation of gravitational, magnetic and electrical fields”
Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies of Kazan Federal University invite you to participate in the 45-th Uspensky International Geophysical Seminar 2018 “Practical and theoretical aspects of geological interpretation of gravitational, magnetic and electrical fields”. The Seminar will be held from 12 to 16 March 2018 in Kazan, Russian Federation.
We invite researchers to submit abstracts via our abstract submission portal. We also welcome proposals for short courses and workshops associated with the conference. The Scientific Committee, composed of distinguished experts, will ensure a high technical level for the presentations at the conference.
The International Uspensky seminar has been held almost annually since 1971. The founder of the seminar was prof. D.G. Uspensky, but already in the late 1970s, its leader was academician V.N. Strakhov. The seminar is currently the main forum in the field of theory and practice of interpretation of potential fields. Scientists and specialists in geophysics from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan took part in the seminar, scientists from Germany, France, Finland and other countries joined them in recent years.
At the seminar reports are presented on topical problems and modern achievements in the field of studying the geological structure, the history of development and modern dynamics, the search and exploration of mineral deposits based on data on the anomalies of gravitational, magnetic and electric fields.
-01.10.2017 Registration deadline
-01.12.2017 Submission deadline of abstract (English or Russian languages, instructions for authors are on the site)
-11.03.2018 Arrival to Kazan
-12.03.2018 - 16.03.2018 Plenary and Scientific Sessions
Traditionally plenary and sectional meetings are holding in the sections:
1. Theoretical issues of interpretation of gravitational, magnetic and electric fields, including methods of comprehensive interpretation of potential fields and data of other geophysical methods.
2. Modern algorithms and computer technologies for the interpretation of geophysical fields.
3. The study of Earth deep structure using terrestrial and satellite potential field anomalies.
4. Geological interpretation of gravitational, magnetic and electric fields.The working languages of the conference are English and Russian. Presentations given in Russian must include explanatory notes in English.
Мeeting agenda: 15 minutes per presentation plus 5 minute discussion. Presentations will be grouped by general themes or topics into sessions. Poster session will run throughout the conference. Each participant may give two oral presentations. The number of posters for each participant is not limited.
Prof. Danis Nurgaliev
Vice-Rector for Research, Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University
Director of the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies
Babayants P.S., Blokh Yu.I.,Borisov A.S., Bulychev A.A., Dolgal A.S., Glaznev V.N., Kalinin D.F., Kerimov I.A., Kobrunov. A.I., Martyshko P.S., Mikhailov V.O., Nikitin A.A., Slepak Z.M., Starostenko V.I., Stepanova I.E., Tikhotsky S.A
Slepak Z.M., Khasanov D.I., Utemov E.V.
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