ENIGMA Final Conference
14-16 Apr 2020 Copenhagen (Denmark)

Welcome to the ENIGMA ITN Conference!

The final ENIGMA conference will take place on April 14th-16th 2020 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Its ambition is to bring the worlds of subsurface hydraulics, geophysics, geochemistry and microbiology together. 

 

AIM OF THE CONFERENCE

The objective of this conference is to provide a comprehensive overview of state of research imaging techniques for dynamic processes in subsurface environments. 

In short, several aspects will be discussed:

  • Frontiers in process investigation from geophysical monitoring: singature of flow, transpot, reactivity, signal identification and extraction, geophysical modelling and scaling laws.
  • State-of-research in the exploration of spatial patterns, fluxes and and reactive processes in surface - surbsurface groundwater boundaries, including unsaturated, saline intrusion and river-groundwater systems.
  • Advanced modelling techniques for coupling multiple and disparate data, multi-point geostatistics, training-image based algorithms and pattern-based geostatistical simulations.
  • Merging of worlds: geophysical tomography for direct assessment of geochemical states, joint inversion of structure and hydraulic properties, cross-inference of point-based geochemical/microbiological measurements.
  • Perspectives on added-value of novel imaging techniques applied in highly instrumented field infrastructures.
  • Feedback of industrial partners on emerging challenges, new instrument exhibition, examples of water/energy/mitigation applications, new methods to answer regulation needs.
  • Field demonstration of methods and instruments by lecturers, trainees and industrial partners. 

 

 deadlines_bigger_1.png

Registration: 01.10.2019 until 15.03.2020

Abstract submission: 01.10.2019 until 29.02.2020

Please note there is no registration fee.

 

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

This conference is jointly organized by ENIGMA ITN with the help of the University of Copenhagen. 

Enigma_EU_logos_150.png UCPH_logo.JPG

ENIGMA ITN has received funding from European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement n*722028.

Online user: 1