View the SAGEEP 2011 Conference Program - be sure to check back often as details and updates are being made daily.
The Oral and Poster presentations schedule is available for viewing.
SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
Review the Schedule at a Glance to plan your SAGEEP 2011 experience. Onsite registration opens Saturday, April 9 for limited hours. Access the Conference Program for a full listing of registration hours.
Conference attendees can also make their hotel accommodation reservations now; however, the deadline for SAGEEP rates was March 18. Click on the Venue/Hotel tab to access information about the Charleston Marriott.
FEATURED SPECIAL EVENT: STUDENT EVENT AT THE SOUTHEND BREWERY & SMOKEHOUSE MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Students can take the complimentary Charleston Marriott hotel shuttle to downtown Charleston (operates until 10:30 p.m.), walk a block or two and meet at this top-rated microbrewery for dinner, networking and camaraderie. The center of the building features the beautiful and functional glass encased “brewhouse”. Take Charleston’s only indoor glass elevator to upper floors for dinner, darts, billiards and good company. Begins after the Exhibitors Equipment Outdoor Demonstrations. Non-students welcome. Transportation to Southend Brewery, in addition to the hotel shuttle, is offered: Participants will meet in Charleston Marriott hotel lobby at 6:15 p.m.
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS & SPECIAL EVENTS
- Liquefaction simulation demonstration with the Triaxial Vibroseis ("T-Rex")
- Geoscientists Without Borders® Luncheon - Stephen Moysey, PhD, Clemson Univ., delivers his presentation on the GWB Groundwater Project in India in cooperation with EEGS Foundation and SEG Foundation
- Keynote Speaker Dr. John Reynolds
- Luncheon presentation by the winner of the 2011 EEGS / Geonics Early Career Award, James Irving, PhD.
- Special Session on “Research Funding Programs for Near-Surface Geophysics”
- Four papers selected as Best of 2010 NSGD/EAGE Near-Surface Conference, Zurich
- Conference Evening in historic downtown Charleston at the Charleston Place Hotel
- Exhibitors Equipment Outdoor Demonstrations at Brittlebank Park (across the street from the Charleston Marriott hotel)
- Historic Earthquake Walking Tour in downtown Charleston
- Tour and demonstration of USACE's new survey vessel, "Evans"
- Student Event at Southend Brewery & Smokehouse
For descriptions and more information about these activities, review the SAGEEP 2011 brochure pages "Keynote/Luncheons" and "Hotel and Activities".
- Advances in Near-surface Electromagnetic Induction Geophysics, Mark Everett
- Application of Geophysical Technologies to Agroecosystems, Barry Allred (Workshop Sponsored by USDA/ARS)
- Surface Waves Are for Everyone (Active and Passive MASW), Julian Ivanov
- Advanced Surface Wave (MASW) Methods, Julian Ivanov
- Application of Time-Domain Electromagnetics to Ground-Water Studies, David Fitterman
- Magnetic Resonance for Groundwater Investigations: Physical Principles and Applications, Jean-Francois Girard, Anatoli Legchenko, and Jean Bernard
- Geophysical Investigations of Dams and Levees, an Engineering Perspective, Mark Dunscomb, PG and Douglas E. Laymon, PG
AGRICULTURAL GEOPHYSICS - TECHNICAL PROGRAM & WORKSHOP
SAGEEP is offering a discounted pricing opportunity to participants who would like to attend technical talks on Agricultural Geophysics and the Workshop "Application of Geophysical Technologies to Agroecosystems". Attendees can register for the workshop independently or take advantage of the special pricing for Wednesday's Agricultural Geophysics technical sessions and Thursday's workshop. Workshop Sponsor, USDA/ARS, is providing workshop registration fees for 5 students - those interested in more infomation, please contact SAGEEP staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full descriptions of Short Courses and Workshops, access the "Short Courses/Workshops" tab.