The Geological Society of Australia invites you to Hobart for the Australian Earth Sciences Convention ‘Core to Cosmos’, on the 9-12 February, 2021.
The convention will showcase current trends and advances in earth science, including the latest findings on the deep structure and composition of our planet, our diverse crust and surface environments, developments in the energy and resources sectors and critically, the essential role that geoscience plays in our sustainable future.
Tasmania’s rich geological past has resulted in a varied and beautiful landscape, unique flora and fauna and a colourful mining history which has underpinned the local economy for more than a century. We hope that you can come south, enjoy our temperate summer and local attractions, and participate in a program showcasing the best of Australian earth science as well as field trips focussed on Tasmania’s diverse geology. We look forward to seeing you in Hobart!
A/Prof. Sebastien Meffre & Dr Andrew McNeill
Call for Sessions is now Open
14 February 2020
Call for Sessions Closes
10 March 2020
Call for Abstracts Opens
24 August 2020
Call for Abstracts Closes
9 February 2021
Who Should Attend
All Earth Science professions, including:
- marine geoscientists
- palaeontologists and planetary geoscientists
- geotechnical and engineering geologists
- environmental geoscientists, and associated professions
If you are looking to increase your technical expertise or for professional development this conference is for you. Attendees come from a range of sectors including the minerals and petroleum industries, government departments, research and education institutions and consultancy groups.
Convention Organising Committee
Conference Design has been appointed to assist the Organising Committee in coordinating the convention.
Hotel Grand Chancellor
1 Davey Street
Hobart Tasmania 7000