IAMG 2011 - Austria
Mathematical Geosciences at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice
The world cultural heritage city of Salzburg is the setting for the IAMG 2011, the Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences.
Bridging theory and practice, the IAMG 2011 will be a forum for exchanging mutual ideas on theory and the practical application of a broad spectrum of mathematical geosciences themes. The conference addresses a wide range of geoscientists and civil engineers.
Besides covering IAMG core topics like geostatistics, reservoir modelling, 3D modelling or geo-process simulation, the IAMG 2011 will address applied mathematical geosciences issues, with a specific reference to alpine regions: simulation and modeling in hydrogeology and engineering geology as well as geohazard modelling.
Moreover, as from the close association of the Salzburg based Austrian Academy of Sciences GIScience Research Institute and the University of Salzburg Centre for Geoinformatics, recent developments in GIS and remote sensing with an emphasis on object based image analysis as well as non-destructive 3D reconstruction of rock macro- and microstructures will be highlighted.
IAMG 2011 invites contributions for oral presentation, flash poster presentation and publication in the conference proceedings (see guidelines on the website).
|Event starts:||Monday 05 September 2011|
|Event ends:||Friday 09 September 2011|
|Organized by:||Int. Assoc. for Mathematical Geosciences|
|City where event takes place:||Salzburg|
|Country where event takes place:||Austria|
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