31st IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics: Call for abstracts DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 31

The 31st edition of the IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics (CMG) is to be held at the Institut Henri Poincare (Paris) on June 6th to 10th, 2016. The CMG takes place every two years all over the world, and covers a wide spectrum of current research topics in Geophysics: physical based modelling and measurements in Geophysics, using mathematical and numerical approaches. The subjects of study span accross many geophysical topics, like e.g. terrestrial, atmospheric and oceanic flows, seismology, modelling of seismic sources and eruptions. This conference is traditionally dedicated to theoretical and modeling works but in 2016, it will also emphasize works with an experimental side or related to experimental investigation -- in particular conceptual experiments that address physical mechanisms and scaling laws.

The call for abstracts is currently open to submissions for oral and poster contributions.  The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to January 31, 2016.   

You will find latex and word templates on the conference website; the abstracts should be up-loaded in pdf format. Registration will open in February when the abstracts have been selected by the conveners.

Funding for students and early career scientists may be available.

Remaining schedule:
February 2016: Talk/poster selection and registration opens 
April 2016: Registration closes 
6th of June 2016: CMG2016 begins!

Conference website:  cmg2016.sciencesconf.org  


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