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. 



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. 



Registration: 01.10.2019 until 15.03.2020

Abstract submission: 01.10.2019 until 29.02.2020

Please note there is no registration fee.



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

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

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