The 28th IUGG General Assembly (IUGG 2023) will be held from 11 to 20 July 2023 at the CityCube in Berlin, Germany.
This General Assembly is a special opportunity for participants from around the world to come together and discuss the full range of geodetic and geophysical themes, and further enhance the important interdisciplinary collaboration for a better understanding of our Earth System.
IUGG 2023 will provide a platform for personal meetings, exchange of ideas and developing new concepts for international science collaboration, all of which have suffered a setback during this pandemic crisis. IUGG 2023 will help to create a new spirit to address pressing large societal challenges such as global environmental change and natural hazards and to stimulate novel geoscience research.
Abstract submission and Travel grant applications are open until 14 February 2023.
Early-bird registration will close on 28 April 2023.
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Click here for preliminary information on the IUGG 2023 programme.
IAPSO sponsors Association symposia (P*), Inter-Association symposia (JP*), and co-sponsors symposia led by other Associations. Click here for the IAPSO program.
The IAPSO symposia will be scheduled between 12 and 17 July.
The exact calendar will be drawn up after the deadline for the presentation of the abstract and their acceptance.
Are you an ocean scientist from a developing country presenting your work at one of the IAPSO-sponsored/co-sponsored symposia? Apply to the 2023 Eugene LaFond medal by sending an email, including a brief CV describing your education and research activities, to the IAPSO Secretary General (email) and copied to the President (email). Please specify in the email the title of the presentation, the symposium in which it will be presented, and in what form (oral or poster). Click here for more information.