Athens Planning Hits Last Lap
There’s one more chance for those attending the AAPG European Region Energy Conference and Exhibition in Athens, Greece, to save money on registration.
Reduced registration fees are offered through Oct. 30 – reductions that can save members $135 off the onsite fee.
The historic conference – the first joint venture meeting between AAPG and the AAPG European Region – will be held Nov. 18-21 at the Megaron Athens International Conference Centre in the heart of Athens.
The meeting will feature a challenging and engaging technical program -- 348 technical presentations that include 228 oral papers in five concurrent sessions and 120 full-day posters -- plus a full-fledged exhibits hall and a host of social events to guarantee a memorable experience for everyone.
The meeting’s theme is “Challenge Our Myths,” which will include three main areas: Regional, Technical and a Management Forum on “Energy Supply and Demand Perspective on Current Dynamics.”
Among the meeting’s highlights is the Featured Speaker Luncheon, which will be presented on Monday, Nov. 19, by John Underhill, an AAPG member (and past Distinguished Lecturer and Matson Award winner) who is an expert on Greek geology, geomorphology and culture.
Those elements will be part of his talk “Where Was Odysseus’ Homeland?” as he tackles the provocative question using his scientific expertise.
More information on his talk – already proving a popular draw based on advanced ticket sales – and the entire technical program and registration announcement is available online at www.aapg.org/athens/.
Don’t miss the chance to save money on your registration – register by Oct. 30, and the savings are yours.