We have received almost 100 registrations for GeoMod 2021 before July 1st. Since we still have single rooms available for on-site participation, we will extend the registration and abstract deadline of GeoMod 2021 to July 11. Don’t miss the opportunity and click here to register now!
The GeoMod conference is traditionally a biennial international conference dedicated to the latest results of analogue and numerical modelling in the Geo-sciences. However, due to COVID 19, Geomod 2020 has been postponed to 2021. The main aim of the conference is to discuss and present the latest ideas, methods and results of laboratory, analytical and numerical modeling of geological processes.
GeoMod 2021 will take place at Landgoed Zonheuvel near Utrecht from September 19-23, 2021 and will be organized as a hybrid meeting permitting to anticipate on the unfolding COVID situation.
We will largely return to the proven concept of physical interactions and lively discussions amongst scientists, though with some minor modifications. As the vaccination program in the Netherlands and many other countries gains pace, we are hopeful that the tightest restrictions for gatherings of people will be lifted. However, we do not foresee a complete abandonment of all Covid-19 restrictions by September 19. To stay as flexible as possible and accommodate everybody’s wishes GeoMod2021 will be organized as a hybrid on-site/on-line meeting! Creating a safe conference environment most likely requires adhering to the 1.5m distancing rule and restricting physical contact by single person or household use of all available rooms. This limits the number of on-site participants to 90 people, who will be admitted on a “first come, first serve” basis. Therefore: SECURE YOUR ON-SITE PARTICIPATION BY REGISTERING NOW!!!
As of now the registration and abstract submission for GeoMod2021 is open! Please consult the conference website for detailed information on the hybrid conference format, the largely unchanged scientific programme and the registration/abstract submission procedures. We are doing our best to ensure that both on-site and on-line participants will have a smooth and interactive experience through e.g., hybrid poster monitors. Poster and abstract instructions can be found at the “Abstract Submission ” and “Practical information” pages.