Welcome by the Scientific Committee

We cordially invite you to attend the EAGE Near Surface Geoscience Conference and Exhibition 2021, to be held in Bordeaux, France from 29 August to 2 September 2021. 

We are delighted to hold this conference in France, for the first time in the beautiful city of Bordeaux, after Paris in 2012. The technical program will cover traditional topics such as Shallow Marine, Modelling & Inversion, Measurements while Drilling, Mining and Post-Mining, CO2 Storage, Cultural Heritage, Hot Zones and Polar investigation and, Geo- and Anthropogenic hazards. A large panel of state of the art geophysical methods will be presented along with Seismic, Electrical Resistivity and Induced Polarization, Electro-Magnetic, Magnetic, Magneto-Telluric, Ground Penetrating Radar, Gravimetry. This will be the opportunity to focus on emerging issues, such as Nearshore Processes and Coastal Evolution, Climate Change Impacts, and technologies such as Muons, UAV, and Machine Learning.

Selected workshops will take place on Sunday 29 August, prior to the conference, as well as field excursions surrounding Bordeaux. We particularly encourage students to participate, as the combined presence of academia and the private sector will span extensive future opportunities.

The Scientific Committee invites you to submit an extended abstract and participate actively in this leading event. We guarantee our dedication and readiness to make the Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2021 a great success.

Scientific Committee

Colette Sirieix (Chair)University of Bordeaux I2M
Catherine Truffert (Co-Chair)
IRIS Instruments
Vincent AllègreUniversity of Bordeaux I2M
Adnand BitriBRGM
Albert CasasUniversity of Barcelona
Philippe CosenzaUniversity of Poitiers IC2MP
Stéphane Garambois
University of Grenoble Alpes & CNRS, ISTerre, UMR 5275
Jean François Girard
University of Strasbourg / IPGS / EOST
Jean François Lataste
University of Bordeaux I2M
Donatienne Leparoux
University of Gustave Eiffel
Alexis Maineult
CNRS / Sorbonne University - UMR 7619 METIS
Gianfranco Morelli
Geostudi Astier srl
Marina Rosas Carbajal
Nadia Sénéchal
University of Bordeaux / UMR CNRS EPOC / OASU