2nd
ATLAS GEORESOURCES
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
28-30 March 2019

What is AGIC 2019?

AGIC2019 will bring together researchers, research scholars, experts and policy makers to share their research, experiences and discuss recent advances in applied Geosciences for Groundwater. The conference will cover many aspects related to Groundwater grouped in four main topics...

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What is AGIC 2019?

AGIC2019 will bring together researchers, research scholars, experts and policy makers to share their research, experiences and discuss recent advances in ``Applied Geosciences for Groundwater``. The conference will cover many aspects related to Groundwater grouped in 4 main topics:
1- Global change and Groundwater
2- Groundwater quality and pollution
3- Groundwater exploration and monitoring
4- Groundwater modelling and risk management
NEW !! A Special Session in T4: Regional Groundwater Flow Systems

Selected contributions will be considered for possible publication in a special issue in the Hydrological Science Journal according to peer-review requirements of the Journal.

Organization

The Laboratory of Georesources (LGR) at the ``Centre for Water Research and Technologies (CERTE)`` and the Tunisian Committee of Hydrogeology (TCH) at the ``Association Eau et Développement (AED)``, which is the Tunisian Chapter of International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) will organise...

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Organization

The Laboratory of Georesources (LGR) at the ``Centre for Water Research and Technologies (CERTE)`` and the Tunisian Committee of Hydrogeology (TCH) at the ``Association Eau et Développement (AED)``, which is the Tunisian Chapter of International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) will organise the 2nd Atlas Georesources International Congress (AGIC2019) from 28 to 30 March 2019 in Hammamet, Tunisia.

- The laboratory of Georesources (LGR) aims to perform research and development programs in the areas of water resources, geology, geophysics, groundwater, hydrogeology, integrated water management, geostatistics and mapping in partnership with social-economic and academic organizations. It is a part of the Centre for Water Research and Technologies (CERTE).

- The Centre for Water Research and Technologies (CERTE) is a Tunisian research public institution with an administrative character which is a part of Borj Cedria Technopole and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research of Tunisia. It carries out research within 5 laboratories on several topics related to wastewater treatment, georesources, natural water treatment, water membrane and environmental technologies, and treatment, impact and hydraulic waste.

- The Tunisian Committee of Hydrogeology (TCH) is the Tunisian Chapter of International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) which is a scientific and educational charitable organization for scientists, engineers, water managers and other professionals working in the fields of groundwater resources planning, management and protection. The TCH is a part of ``Association Eau et Développement (AED)``.

- The ``Association Eau et Développement (AED)`` is a scientific Tunisian association specialized in water and development. It regroups multi-actors allowing for technical persons, students, experts and researchers, an exchange area for meetings, discussions, information share, training, field trip related to water. AED is an active association aiming to meet the challenges of water sector and to contribute reaching a sustainable development and improvement of the life quality.

Schedule

  • 12:00
    Participant registration
  • 15:15
    Opening Ceremony
  • 16:00
    Keynote
  • 16:45
    Coffee-break
  • 17:00
    Oral Presentations
  • 19:00
    Closing Speech
  • 08:30
    Keynote
  • 09:15
    Oral Presentations
  • 12:30
    Poster Presentations
  • 13:30
    Lunch
  • 14:30
    Keynote
  • 15:15
    Oral Presentations
  • 08:30
    Keynote
  • 09:15
    Oral Presentations
  • 10:30
    Coffee-Break
  • 10:45
    Oral Presentations
  • 13:30
    Lunch
  • 14:30
    Closing Ceremony

Registration

The registration fee includes hotel accommodation, access to all sessions, conference kit, participation certificate, access to keynote talks, coffee breaks and meals.

You can benefit of a fee registration discount if you are an IAH member and if you do an early payment.

The payment of fee registration should be done for the benefit of “Association Eau et Développement” account bank. It can be done by bank transfer, order form (only for Tunisian) or on site by cash at the reception desk.

Registration and Submission

Intending participants should confirm their participation by filling the online registration form.

Conference Venue

The conference will be held from 28 to 30 March 2019 in Hammamet, Tunisia at the Vincci Marillia hotel 4* located in Yasmin Hammamet. The hotel is nestled on an idyllic Tunisian beach where you can enjoy the cultural wealth of the surroundings thanks to its excellent location, only 60 km from Tunis, 8 km from the ancient town of Hammamet and 500 metres from the main shops. The hotel accommodation is included in the conference registration.

Keynote speakers

Global changes in the hydrological cycles

Pr. Ralf Ludwig

LMU Munich, Germany

Geospatial technology advancements towards effective groundwater data and knowledge management

Ezio Crestaz

Joint Research Centre, European Commission

Spatialization of Geophysical Information for Groundwater

Pr. Hakim GABTNI

LGR, CERTE, Tunisia

Role of groundwater models in sustainable groundwater managment

Pr. Wolfgang Kinzelbach

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Other services

Accommodation Services

Accommodation in full board (4 stars hotel, 3 days, 2 nights)

Cafe & Restaurant

Breakfast, lunch, dinner and Coffee breaks during conference days

Visa Informations

Foreign participants are requested to contact Tunisian Embassy in their countries

Certificate

Only registered participant will have Conference Certificate of AGIC2019

About the 1st AGIC

The AGIC2017 organized in 20-22 March 2017 was a very successful scientific event. About 350 scientists from 11 countries presented about 180 oral communications and 170 posters to discuss their knowledge and research on recent advances in Geosciences and their applications for human being development.

350

Participants

11

Countries

180

Oral Communications

170

Posters

9

Topics

9

Keynotes

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