ESI “Institute of Geology” of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with the support of the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) organizes a conference dedicated to the monitoring of natural hazards, which includes both geological hazards, and study of the geological factors that can lead to environmental disasters.
The conference will include new approaches to using geological and geophysical methods for natural and man-made processes assessment, as well as ecological analysis of territories.
Due to the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, it is important to assess the impact of military action on the state of the geological environment and critical infrastructure, which can be considered by almost all sections of the conference.
The objective of this event is to facilitate the exchange of valuable scientific experience, integration of different sectors of research, and improvement of interagency and international cooperation.
There will be a student program.
Participation in the scientific program is FREE for Ukrainians.
Citizens of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus cannot participate in the conference in any format.
15 March –
15 25 September 2022 – Call for papers
14 November 2022 – registration and accommodation of participants
15–18 November 2022 – Conference
Online and Onsite
Institute of Geology
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Kyiv, Vasylkivska st., 90.
15 minutes are allocated for presentation (oral or poster) and 5 minutes for discussion. The main working language of the conference – English. Section rooms will be equipped with projectors.
Posters: size A0 (portrait orientation).
THE CONFERENCE IS SUPPORTED BY
S.I. Subbotin Institute of geophysics of NAS of Ukraine
Kyiv Institute of Engineer Survey and Research
KAI Group GeoUnit Company
Suchasna Geofizyka Company
15 March – 15 September 2022 – Call for papers
TOPICS OF THE CONFERENCE
- Modern technologies of geophysical monitoring
Observation systems for seismicity, geophysical fields and geodynamic processes.
- Monitoring of aquatic environment and atmospheric air
Monitoring of pollutants in air and precipitation, surface and sea waters; groundwater research; sources of industrial emissions into the atmosphere; water bodies within protected areas.
- Geohazards Monitoring and Mitigation
Methods and approaches to monitoring, modeling and analysis of the geoenvironment, assessment of natural hazards impact in the infrastructure, development of measures for the risk mitigation, ecosystem services.
- Geophysics in engineering geology, soil science, archaeology, ecology
Theoretical and practical aspects of application of near-surface geophysical techniques and laboratory measurements of physical properties of rocks and soils are considered for the purposes of safety of construction, preservation of historical and cultural heritage, geoecology, soil science.
- Aerospace methods of monitoring
Aerospace methods of studying and monitoring geological, natural, anthropogenic objects and processes.
- Geographic information systems and technologies
GIS, digital cartography, models and visualization of spatial data, spatial analysis of data in GIS, technologies for creating vector maps, software.
- Geological modeling and matter of the Earth
Modeling technologies, geological modeling in oil and gas and ore geology, geothermal energy and decarbonization projects.
- Monitoring in prospecting and development of mineral deposits
Exploration work, monitoring the development of oil and gas fields, solid minerals, exploration geophysical work.
- Monitoring of environmental and economic risks
Modeling and forecasting in nature management and environmental safety; advisory and methodological support. Environmental and economic risks.
- Economic geology
Geological and economic assessment of subsoil use objects: international standards and domestic practice.
ESI “Institute of Geology” of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.
03022 Kyiv, Vasylkivska street, 90.
tel: +380 (44) 431-04-40
tel./fax: +380(44) 521-33-42, 521-33-38,