We are pleased to announce that Khalifa University and the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure in the United Arab Emirates in partnership with the International Lithosphere Program (ILP) will organize the 17th Workshop of the International Lithosphere Program Task Force Sedimentary Basins on December 5th to 6th, 2023 in Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates.
This workshop provides a platform to explore and discuss the different aspects of crustal evolution through different geoscientific approaches. The workshop, which is held annually in distinct geological regions, attracts a substantial number of scientists and specialists from around the world.
Early Bird Registration
Submission of Abstracts
Notification of Acceptance
Deadline to submit revised abstract
Tectonic and sedimentary processes
Diagenesis & Fluid/Rock interactions
Geological Subsurface storage
Understand the geological processes and tectonic settings that control the formation and evolution of sedimentary basins.
Learn about the latest research techniques, including seismic, geochemical, and stratigraphic methods, used in sedimentary basin analysis.
Explore the relationships between sedimentary basins and natural resources, such as oil, gas, and minerals, and their implications for resource exploration and exploitation.
Gain insights into the environmental and societal impacts of sedimentary basin development, including issues related to land use, water resources, and pollution.
Engage with leading researchers and experts in the field, and establish collaborations and partnerships to advance the understanding of sedimentary basins.
|Early Bird Until 1 Oct 2023
|Regular Until 1 Dec 2023
|Field Trip - Sabkha
|Field Trip - RAK
Anyone who wants to enhance their knowledge of geology, including professionals and students in the field. Geologists, geophysicists, environmental consultants, and mining engineers will find the workshop beneficial for updating their skills and learning new techniques in their areas of expertise. In addition, academics, researchers, and educators who teach geology or earth science will benefit from attending the workshop to stay current with the latest developments in the field. The workshop is also suitable for individuals with a general interest in geology who want to expand their knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of the Earth's processes and systems.