CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – SCA Symposium 2019
The 33rd International Symposium of the Society of Core Analysts
Le Palais Beaumont, Pau, France
August 26to August 29 2019
Symposium Theme: Core Analysis in a Digital World
The 33rdannual SCA Symposium will be held at Le Palais Beaumont, Pau, France. This year’s conference will kick off with a Short Course “Numerical Interpretation of Measurements” on the morning of August 26thfollowed by 3½ days of technical sessions including oral and poster presentations. The SCA Technical Committee invites abstract submissions for oral presentations and posters for the following theme-related and other topics.
- Core Analysis in a Digital World (numerical interpretation of data, digital rock physics, big data, etc.)
- Coring Operations
- Laboratory Core Analysis
- Improved SCAL Techniques and Interpretation
- Displacement Mechanisms/EOR/IOR
- Core-Log Integration
- Pore Scale Imaging and Modelling
- Unconventionals and Shales
- Other(If your paper does not fit directly into any of the above then please suggest an alternative topic/theme)
Abstracts are due January 29, 2019. Only abstracts submitted electronically at scaweb.org will be considered for this conference.
Authors will be notified of acceptance by March 1st 2019. If you require any further information regarding the proposed technical topics/themes contact Holger Ott (SCA VP of Technology) at email@example.com.
Call for Abstracts Submission Form
The form must be fully completed for each abstract submitted for consideration. The Technical Committee will review all abstracts. For abstracts accepted as Oral or Alternate Oral a complete manuscript (12 pg limit based on the SCA template) will be required by April 27th2019.The manuscripts will then be reviewed by the Technical Committee.
Authors should note that acceptance of the abstract does not automatically guarantee acceptance of the final manuscript, this will only be confirmed after the completed manuscript has been reviewed by the Technical Committee.
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