IMAGE final conference, Novel approaches for Geothermal Exploration marks the end of a four years long project on exploration and assessment of geothermal reservoirs (Flyer).
Presentations from related topics and projects are invited.
A total of six sessions will be held and one poster session.
• Geochemistry (incl. geothermometers and tracers)
• Geophysics (incl. active and passive seismics, and downhole methods (e.g. VSP)
• Modelling (incl. mechanical, reservoir and temperature models, and stress-fields)
• Structural geology
The IMAGE final conference 2017, Novel approaches for Geothermal Exploration, is held in HOF, Cultural Center, in Akureyri, North Iceland, from 4-6 October 2017. The assembly is open to all geoscientists.
The official language of the conference is English.
July 1st 2017. Deadline submission of abstracts.
September 1st 2017. Deadline for registration.
Conference registration fee ISK 12000 (Approx. 100 EUR, included is the conference dinner and field trips). Terms and Conditions.
The IMAGE final conference 2017, Novel approaches for Geothermal Exploration, is held in HOF, Cultural Center, Strandgata 12, in Akureyri, North Iceland, from 4-6 October 2017.
The Cultural Center is in walking distance with all hotel accommodations mentioned.
A range of hotel accommodation is available locally.
Please notice that early reservation is advised, due to limited number of hotels and unusually high tourism in Iceland.
Distance from hotels to venue: see map.
All international flights (except for Greenland) land at Keflavik Airport (KEF), situated 50 km west of Reykjavík. To get downtown to Reykjavík from airport to hotels you can choose between taxi cabs, two shuttle busses; Flybus and Gray Line Bus. The trip to the capital takes approx. 45 minutes.
Domestic flight are from Reykjavík Airport.
The flight from Reykjavík to Akureyri take approx. 45 min. Departure: 7.10 am / 9.55 am / 12.50 pm / 16.10 pm / 18.55 pm.
From Akureyri to Reykjavík. Departure: 8.25 am / 11.10 am / 14.05 pm / 16.15 pm / 17.25 pm / 20.45 pm
Participants have the opportunity to rent a car from Reykjavík or Keflavík ariport to Akureyri. Car Rental.
Participants have the opportunity to take bus from Reykjavík to Akureyri.
Bus from Reykjavík to Akureyri (5,5 hours). Departure (bus stop: Mjódd) at 9 am / 17.30 pm.
During the IMAGE Final Conference, “Novel approaches for Geothermal Exploration” we will offer you to attend two optional fieldtrips, involving some sight-seeing in Iceland's magnificent nature and geothermal areas.
• Sunday Oct. 1st a five hour fieldtrip to Reykjanes peninsula.
Departure from ÍSOR at Grensásvegur 9, at 12.00 (noon) to the Reykjanes high-temperature area, its power plant and the drillsite of the IDDP-2, the deepest well in Iceland. Arriving back in Reykjavík around 17 pm.
• Friday Oct. 6th, a day tour to Krafla and Theistareykir.
Departure from Hof Cultural Center at Strandgata 12 in Akureyri at 8.00 am. Optional excursion to experience the abundant geothermal activity in the North of Iceland, the new geothermal power plant at Þeistareykir and the Krafla high-temperature area. The unique nature around Lake Mývatn will be visited as well.
Arriving back to Akureyri around 18 pm.
Click on the Minutes & Deliverables items for details. Please note that these details are only available for the IMAGE partners, unless public status.