Abstracts

Invitation to Submit

Abstracts are invited for the SEG 2023 Conference to be held in London, UK. Details on the scope of the technical program are provided on the conference themes page. All oral and poster presenters must present on site in London.

Abstracts will be reviewed by the technical committee, and decisions will be based on relevance and content, with final format (oral/poster) and theme assignment at the reviewers' discretion. Contributors are limited to submitting two abstracts per presenter (one for the oral and one for posters), although an individual may be listed as a co-author for another presenter's abstract. For those who present, their abstracts will be published publicly in the online SEG 2023 Conference Proceedings. Notice of acceptance will be sent by May 1, 2023.

Final acceptance and publication require that the presenter register by the registration deadline, June 30, 2023. SEG Student Member presenters must also register by this date to receive funding.

Thank you and we look forward to reviewing your submissions!

Key Dates

January 10, 2023: Call for abstracts

March 15, 2023: Abstract submission deadline

May 1, 2023: Notification of acceptance of abstracts/student support

June 30, 2023: Presenter conference registration deadline

August 26-29, 2022: SEG 2023 Conference in London!

Abstract Submission

Abstracts addressing one of the conference themes are invited for oral presentations or a poster. Abstracts must be uploaded to the Abstract Manager website. Please read this entire page, including the conference and abstract policies that you will need to agree to when submitting an abstract. All presenters are required to be on site in London. Poster presenters are required to print their posters beforehand.

Conference Themes

  • Copper – Red Metal for a Green Future
  • Gold – Responsible Discovery and Mining in the 21st Century
  • Battery Metals – the Drivers of Future Energy Supply
  • Europe’s Metals – Historic Districts; New Opportunities
  • Transformational Science, Engineering, and Governance in Economic Geology
  • Advances in Mineral Deposit Geoscience
Theme descriptions

When uploading your abstract in the Abstract Manager, text font/size will be formatted automatically as information is entered, either by copying/pasting or typing in directly. Editing is permitted after upload, and special characters may be selected. There are separate boxes to enter the following:

  • Title: Use Upper and Lower Case ("Title Case").
  • Each author's name.
  • Contact information.
  • Abstract text.
  • Abstracts are submitted, edited, withdrawn, and reviewed using the Abstract Manager.
  • Only the presenting author will receive an email concerning the abstract and is responsible for informing all co-authors of the status of the abstract.
  • Abstracts are limited to no more than 300 words.
  • Abstracts may be copied and pasted from your Word file into the Abstract Manager, or you can enter text directly. Do not use a hard return except to begin a new paragraph.
  • Do not include graphics, tables, or references.
  • The presenting author may upload a photo (png or jpg) to the profile page. The photo size should be no larger than 3 MB.
  • Only two abstracts per presenter allowed (one oral talk and one poster). Exceptions on a case-by-case basis in the opinion of the conference technical committee.
  • Presenter may be a co-author for another presenter's abstract.
  • Notification of abstract acceptance or rejection will be sent by May 1, 2023.
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Questions?

Contact Alice Bouley at alicebouley@segweb.org

Oral Presentations

Those selected to give oral presentations are asked to bring slides on a USB flash drive to the conference for the technical session in which they will present. Generally, talks should be 15 minutes. Presentations will be given on site in London.

Formatting and instructions will be provided at a later date.

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Poster Presentations

Posters will be prominently displayed throughout the conference. Presenters are required to print their posters and bring them to the conference. They are expected to attend their posters during all dedicated poster-viewing sessions in order to discuss their work.

Formatting and instructions will be provided at a later date.

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Student Support

SEG Student Members whose abstracts are accepted will be considered for financial assistance. More details coming soon.

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Submit an Abstract

Abstracts are submitted, edited, withdrawn, and reviewed using the Abstract Manager. Please be sure to read all instructions on this page.

Abstract Manager

Questions and Support

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Jamie Wilkinson

Natural History Museum

Technical Program

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Dan Smith

University of Leicester

Technical Program

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Katie McFall

University College London

Poster Program