Conference

Abstract submission is now closed

Abstract submission is now closed.

Authors Guidelines – Please note

Authors Guidelines Abstract Submission The abstract should contain enough information for it to be evaluated for its acceptance, with a maximum length of 500 words. After acceptance, authors will have the possibility to submit an extended version of the accepted abstract, with no more than 6 pages, to be printed in the book of abstracts. …

Conference Topics

We invite submissions for presentations. A non-exclusive list of topics to be covered includes: Geostatistical methodology Spatial statistics Multiple point geostatistics Spatial-temporal statistics Natural resources Hydrology, groundwater modelling Soil geochemistry Health, epidemiology and the environment Contaminated land and risk assessment Forestry, wetlands, agriculture Climate change Remote sensing

Conference Venue

Venue Belfast and Queen’s University Belfast welcomes geoENV participants to our lively and historic city. Queen’s University Belfast was founded by Royal Charter in 1845. One of three Queen’s Colleges in Ireland, with the others being in Cork and Galway, it became a university in its own right in 1908.   The magnificent main building …

Keynote Speakers

Keynote speakers It is a great pleasure to announce the following Keynote Speakers for the geoENV 2018 conference: Professor Peter Diggle, Lancaster University, UK Dr Oy Leuangthong, Principal Geostatistician, SRK Toronto, Canada IAMG Distinguished Lecturer Dr Grégoire Mariéthoz, University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Keynote Lecture: Spatial data analysis and model-based Geostatistics in epidemiology Peter Diggle is …

Publication policy

Publication policy Special Issues in journals The authors of accepted contributions are invited to submit an extended abstract for the conference proceedings and to specify if they would like their paper to be considered for a Special Issue in Mathematical Geosciences Mathematical Geosciences, with Jennifer McKinley as guest editor. The deadline for both extended abstract …

Social Program

Social Program Overview (with further details below) Tuesday, July 3rd ICE BREAKER RECEPTION 7-10 pm Wednesday, July 4th 5K GEOENV RACE (Belfast’s Titanic Quarter) Thursday, July 5th GALA DINNER (Great Hall, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast) 7.30 pm     Ice Breaker Reception 7-10 pm The Ice Breaker will include a drinks reception with a …

Special Tellus Session

Special Tellus Session We are delighted to have Geological Survey Northern Ireland (GSNI) and Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) collaboration with geoENV2018. Therefore we are proposing a Special Tellus Session for participants who would like to use the Tellus data in their presentations. What is Tellus? Tellus is using harmonised, systematic surveying techniques across entire regions …