IOR NORWAY 2018 – call for abstracts

PhD candidates (and postdocs/others) are invited to submit a poster to be presented at the IOR NORWAY 2018 conference.

Flyer for IOR NORWAY 2018 The National IOR Centre of Norway is soon ready for the IOR NORWAY conference. Now it's time to submit an abstract.

Programme IOR NORWAY 2018

Poster themes are IOR/EOR processes and upstream petroleum technology aligned with the topics associated with the organizers. The best poster will receive an award during the conference.

Register to IOR NORWAY 2018 here!

Please submit your abstract (approx. 450 words + a figure in word or pdf) in an email here before March 1st, 2018 to be considered for the poster session. We would also like the candidates to submit a short bio and a picture. Note: The poster session is mainly for PhD candidates, but also Master candidates/postdocs/others can attend.

All submitted abstracts will be evaluated based on scientific quality, relevance and themes. Abstracts that correlate with the conference theme «Smart Solutions for Future IOR» will be prioritized. Confirmation will be issued March 9th 2018, along with poster guidelines. It is also expected that the PhD candidates prepare a 1-minute oral presentation of their poster and participate in the PhD stand up sessions at the conference.

Financial support for PhD-students

The Petroleum Research School of Norway (NFiP) has made available a grant to support for conference participation of approximately 50 PhD students at Norwegian universities and university colleges. Support can also be given to students at NFiP's international collaborating universities, but Norwegian universities will be prioritized. Support may be given on a «first come first served»-basis. Priority will be given to those presenting a poster.

PhD students eligible for support may apply for a reimbursement of costs incurred from conference participation fee (lunch and dinner is included), travel and subsistence up to a maximum of NOK 10 000. More details about how to apply may be found here.

Text: Kjersti Riiber