Early Career Hydrogeology Conference
1. IAH or Geological Soc. Members - Early Bird
2. Non Member - Early Bird
1. IAH or Geological Soc. Members - Early Bird – Optional Extra
2. Non Member - Early Bird – Optional Extra
3. Student – Optional Extra
University of Strathclyde
James Weir Building, level 5,
75 Montrose street
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Early Career Hydrogeologist is a fancy expression indicating all people who are moving their first steps in this field as professionals or researcher AND all those people who are moving their first steps in this field at all as Master students.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
ECHC 2017 conference allows you to meet early career hydrogeologists, learn from some ‘seasoned professionals’ and it is a good opportunity to create a solid and “forward looking” professional network!
The conference will provide 1 Day CPD Credit for the Friday and optional ½ Day CPD Credit for the Field Trip on Saturday. You will be provided a certification for your training records.
Rick Brassington : Who doesn’t keep ‘Field Hydrogeology’ by Rick in their backpack at all times? In the morning lecture session Rick will present on the importance of practical field hydrogeology and we’ll join together on a practical session as well.
Jon Rathjen: Jon is lead of the Water Industry Team for Scottish Gov’t and in the afternoon lecture session he will give you an insider view of the use of practical knowledge to meet Policy Needs for Water Resources Management.
CALL FOR POSTER SESSION ABSTRACTS
We’d like to encourage you to present your work in the mid-day poster session. Simply submit your abstract (max 200 words) to email@example.com by 29th July 2017 indicating title, authors, and affiliations.
We like noisy rooms, and the best way to keep a room noisy is having lot of people sharing their knowledge / interacting with each other!
Anything better than a good band playing for attenders on Friday Night! A good spark to socialise and increase you professional network!