Dennis Mills
General Chair
Exploration Instruments


Dimitrios Ntarlagiannis
Technical Chair, 
Core SAGEEP sessions 
Rutgers University 

Dimitrios Ntarlagiannis, Technical Chair, SAGEEP 2019 Core Sessions 

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March 17-21, 2019
Portland, Oregon USA
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
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The next annual Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) will take place at the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel in Portland, Oregon March 17 -21, 2019. Dennis Mills of Exploration Instruments in Austin, Texas, is the General Chair and Dimitrios Ntarlagiannis of Rutgers University is the Technical Chair of the core SAGEEP sessions.

For the first time, SAGEEP will incorporate two additional “sister” conferences, Geohazards and Shallow Marine/Coastal Geophysics, which will run concurrently.  The conferences will be co-sponsored by the European Association of Geologists and Engineers (EAGE).  A single registration will enable attendees to visit all three subject conferences during that week. With the classic environmental and engineering topics coupled with specific, focused subjects such as Geohazards and Shallow Marine issues, a wide range of subject matter will be offered. If you have an idea for a session within any of the conferences, be sure to contact the organizing committee with your suggestion.

Typically, up to 40 different exhibitors will also attend and display their products and services. Exhibitors who wish to provide a real-time demonstration of their abilities will be doing so at the Outdoor Demonstration event conveniently located across the street from the meeting venue, the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront hotel.

Portland’s geographical location gives easy visual and physical access to a variety of interesting sites. Mt. Hood, the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, the Cascade Mountains, Pacific Ocean, Hanford site and proximity to major tectonic features are all field trip options. If you have an idea for or an interest in leading a field trip somewhere in the surrounding area, please contact the organizing committee. We’d love to hear from you.  Portland is also a vibrant hub for the food, wine and beer industries. We are excited about the many opportunities to plan events that will take full advantage of these offerings.