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Call for Sessions

The IAVCEI 2025 Scientific Assembly Local Organising Committee invites sessions submissions to the conference for consideration and inclusion in the technical programme. 

Sessions should be submitted according to the following themes:

Session Coordinators
1. Production of magma and assembly of volcanic plumbing systems
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Olivier Bachmann
2. Pre and syn-eruptive monitoring
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Olivier Bachmann
3. Volcanic processes
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Olivier Bachmann
4. Minerals for the energy transition
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Thomas Edward Sheldrake
5. Geothermal systems and carbon storage
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Thomas Edward Sheldrake
6. Hazard, Risk and Impact
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Sébastien Biasse
7. Communication in Volcanology
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Sébastien Biasse
8. The future of volcanology, a bundle of sessions organized by the ECRs (Early Career Researcher) of IAVCEIwill be organized independently by the Early Career Researchers (ECRs) of IAVCEI

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL:
https://on-line-form.eu/iavcei2025sa/sessions/

Guidelines:

The 2025 IAVCEI Scientific Assembly is planned as a hybrid event and one of the conveners should be dedicated to follow the online chat for eventual questions from the attendees. 

We will request the following information:
– Title of the session
– Name of the conveners, affiliation and email (3 to 5 at least 1 Early Career Researcher, please consider gender and regional balance)
– Session description (150 words max)
– Suggested invited speakers (Not from the conveners’ team)

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT A SESSION: 1 JUNE 2024

Who is an Early Career Researcher:
1.     An Early Career Researcher (ECR) is a practicing scientist who has completed no more than eight years since their last relevant degree (e.g., BSc/BA, MPhil, MA, MSc or PhD), or who holds a professional position with less than eight years of volcano-related research experience. The eight-year period does not include any career breaks.
2.     Career breaks include parental leave, or other relevant leaves of absence, incapacity to work due to illness or accident, caring responsibilities, military or other public service, further training and/or temporary unemployment.