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Innovinc International takes immense pleasure to extend our warm welcome to invite all participants from all over the world to attend 4th Edition of world Congress on Geology&EarthScience during September 04-06, 2023 Rome, Italy. which will entail lively debates, prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Workshops and Networking opportunities around a core of plenary and concurrent sessions based on essential topics in the Geology and Earth Science sector.

GeoEarth-2023 serve to unite and engage people passionate about geoscience and its role in addressing global challenges. We do this through various and exciting programme of thematic events which reflect our principle areas of focus. Through our conference, we aim to improve knowledge and understanding of the future of Geology and Earth Science. At this international high-level policy event, GeoEarth-2023 invites leaders from across society to meet and discuss policies and experiences.

The Third edition of Geology and Earth Science was completed successfully (Hybrid Event) with over 70 participants and the in-person event had 96 attendees attended in Barcelona Spain and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians.

Join us on 04– 06 September, 2023 for cutting-edge technical sessions, outstanding professional education, and inclusive networking opportunities that will broaden your geologic knowledge and connect you to our diverse geoscience community.

We are confident it will be an excellent meeting bringing together friends and colleagues within the geological community after a long period of absence.

Find out how you can become a speaker or sponsor of this event by contacting Conference Coordinator and Chair

Robert Martin: Tel: +1-408-352-1010

We look forward to welcoming you all to Rome Italy in September 2023

Scientific Sessions

We have enlisted some outstanding sessions that will give an opportunity to focus on specific areas from your own perspective experiences. Abstracts of all the related interest areas are accepted, but are not limited to the following sessions..


day 1 agenda

Mon , Sep 04, 2023

  • 09:00 - 17:00
  • GeoEarth-2023

               GeoEarth-2023   SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

                                                           Day 1- September 04, 2023
    08:30-09:15                                    Welcome & Registrations
    09:15-09:30                                      Opening Remarks
                                                         KEYNOTE FORUM
                                      Group Photo @ Hall or Foyer
    10:30-10:50                                Refreshment Break @ Foyer
    10:50-13:00                                      Technical Session-I
    Preparation and Property of High-Strength Slag-Based Geopolymers
    Xianjun Lyu, Shandong University of Science and Technology, China
    Demise of the lower Jurassic carbonate platform and development of pelagic environments (Subbetic zone, Betic external zones)
    Luis Miguel Nieto Albert, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
    Sustainable Production of Rare Earth Elements from Mine Waste and Geoethics
    Carmen Mihaela NECULITA, University of Quebec , Canada
    Numerical model of cracked concrete considering the disintegration of cement bond
    Yuto Yamanoi, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan
    Types and evolution of faults in the east area of the Wushi Sag, Beibuwan Basin
    WU Kongyou, China University of Petroleum , China
    Assessing the use of Indigenous Knowledge as an early warning system for seismic activities: A case study of Mount Cameroon/Fako Volcanic eruptions
    Johanes Amate Belle, University of the Free State, South Africa
    13:00-14.00                                             Lunch @ Restaurant
    14:00-18.00                                            Technical Session-II
    Microplastic sources, abundance, and cycling dynamics in an Appalachian headwater basin, USA
    Jerry Russell Miller, Western Carolina University, USA
    Ramata Magagi , University of Sherbrooke/CARTEL, Canada
    Changes in the topography of Kraków city centre (Poland) during the last millennium
    Adam Łajczak, Pedagogical University, Poland
    Radiological hazards due to natural radionuclides in Rocha, Uruguay
    Ana Lía Noguera, Universidad de la República, Uruguay
    Application of optical techniques for physical and hydrodynamics characteristics of flocs in the Usumacinta-Grijalva river system, Mexico
    Juan Antonio García Aragón, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Mexico
    The role of structural geology architecture in the bench slope stability: Case study of an open pit mine
    Paula Mendes Serrano , Federal University of Ouro Preto, Brazil
    16:00-16:20                                            Refreshment Break @ Foyer
    Looking at volcanoes’ interiors with high-resolution gravity data
    Román Alvarez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, Mexico
    The role of Large Igneous Provinces in lithosphere breakup attempts
    Maria Eugenia Silva de Souza, Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil
    Groundwater discharges stochastic quantification upon multiple sources of uncertainty in heterogeneous aquifers
    Massimiliano Schiavo, University of Padova , Italy
      The importance of monitoring and numerical modelling of sediment transport in mountain area
     Longoni Laura, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    Investigation of destructive ground heave affecting new-build properties in the Dublin area of Ireland, attributed to pyritic fill.
    Mourice Andrew Czerewko, AECOM Ltd, United Kingdom
    Investigating morphometric parameters performance for hydrographic domain assessment and soil erosion risk and vulnerabilities
    Solomon Temidayo Owolabi , University of the Free State, South Africa
      Evaluation of the Hydrocarbon Source Rock and the Reservoir Characterization of the Minagish Formation Using Wireline Logs
      Najeeb Aladwani,Kuwait University, Kuwait
                                                           Pannel Discussions and Closing Remarks

day 2 agenda

Tue , Sep 05, 2023

  • GeoEarth-2023

                                                                 Day 2- September 05, 2023
    09:00-13.00                             Technical Session-III
      A Mine-to-Crusher Model to Minimize Costs at a Truckless Open-Pit Iron Mine in Brazil
    Raul Carretero de la Hoz, Ernst & Young Global Limited, Brazil
      Groundwater discharges stochastic quantification upon multiple sources of uncertainty in heterogeneous aquifers
    Massimiliano Schiavo, University of Padova , Italy
      Gondwana´s Apparent Polar Wander Path during the Permian - Triassic
    Renata Nela Tomezzoli, IGEBA-CONICET, Argentina
      Spatial dynamics of shallow landslides and debris flows in Brazil
    Bianca Carvalho Vieira, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
      Computational Mechanics and Intelligent Modeling of Heavy Mining Machinery Vibrations under HISLO Conditions
    Frimpong, Samuel, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
      Estimation of asbestos-cement roof through remote sensing in Cartagena, Colombia
    David Valdelamar, University of Cartagena, colombia
      New Electromagnetic Component Exploration Method of Subsurface Oil-Gas Reservoirs
    Nan Wang, Beijing Information Science and Technology University, China
      Overlooking the victims: Civic engagement on Twitter during Indonesia's 2019 fire and haze disaster
    Nurul Hasfi, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
      Dynamic Triggering of Earthquakes in Central and Eastern United States
    Alamgir Hosain, University of Memphis, United States
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    13:00-14:00                                   Lunch @ Restaurant
    14:00-18:00                                   Technical Session-IV
      Influence of Topography on the Magnetic Signature of Soil Profiles
    Harshavardhana B.G, Manipal University , India
      Overlooked local observations from the dark Universe
    Konstantin ZIOUTAS , University of Patras , Greece
      CCS in Europe and in Italy: prospective for new research activities
    Sabina bigi, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
      Estimation of asbestos-cement roof through remote sensing in Cartagena, Colombia
    David Valdelamar, University of Cartagena, colombia
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      Predicting the secant fully softened friction angle: An artificial neural network approach 
    Yuderka Trinidad Gonzalez, University of Bath, United Kingdom
      Study of facile synthesis of nanostructured potassium incorporated titanium oxide film to enhance the photocatalysis performance such as water purification
    So Yoon Lee, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
      Monitoring concepts and analyses for evaluating the geothermal potential of a deep railway tunnel, the Brenner Base Tunnel
    Ulrich Burger, Brenner Base Tunnel BBT SE, Italy
      Deformation, crustal melting and magmatism in the crustal-scale East-Variscan Shear Zone (Aiguilles-Rouges and Mont-Blanc massifs, Western Alps).
    Jonas Vanardois, University of Minnesota , USA
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day 3 agenda

Wed , Sep 06, 2023

  •                                                              Day 3- September 06, 2023
                                                                 VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS
                                                        09:00 AM - ROME, ITALY, Time Zone (CET)
      Development Corridor for Egypt and East Africa
    Farouk El-Baz, Boston University, USA
      On the applicability of the Linear Upslope Model Extension (LUME) for orographic rainfalls in the pre-Alpine Mountain range
    Andrea Abbate, Ricerca Sistema Energetico, Italy
      Carbonatites, alkaline complexes and associated REE mineral systems and their significance in modern technology
    Franco Pirajno, University of Western Australia, Australia
      Transition from vertical to horizontal tectonics in the late Archean: field evidence from the Eastern Goldfields, Western Australia
    Sarah Anne Jones, SJGeology Ltd, New Zealand
      Generation and amplification of tsunamis due to air pressure waves over topography
    Taro Kakinuma, Kagoshima University, Japan
      The role of oceanography in Jurassic climate mode changes 
    Christoph Korte , University of Copenhagen, Denmark
      A Novel Method of Monitoring Surface Subsidence Law Based on Probability Integral Model Combined with Active and Passive Remote Sensing Data
    Rui Wang, China University of Mining and Technology, China
      Parcel level risk affects wildfire outcomes
    Chris Barth, US Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management , USA
      Minerals Day: Exciting outreach to schools and the public
    Ann Benbow, Mineralogical Society of America , USA
      Local Factors Controlling Gully Development in a Mediterranean Environment
    Bruno Martins, University of Coimbra, Portugal
      Empirical Analysis of Cropland Abandonment in Mountain Villages
    Ying Zhang, Chinese Academy of Surveying & Mapping, China
      Identification of ore-finding targets using the anomaly components of ore-forming element associations extracted by BEMD and PCA in the Jiaodong gold cluster area, Eastern China
    Yongqing Chen, China University of Geosciences, China
      Quantifying Seasonal Particulate Organic Carbon Concentrations and Export Potential in the Southwestern Ross Sea Using Autonomous Gliders
    Meredith Meyer, University of North Carolina, United States
    This is the TENATIVE PROGRAM, it will subject to changes sporadically                                                            Last Updated on March 24, 2023

posters agenda

Wed , Sep 06, 2023

  • GeoEarth-2023

    Posters will be updated soon.

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For me, joining your community was a wonderful experience. I hope we can have new opportunities to meet. I will think about the 2nd world congress, hoping to attend.

Giovanna Capparelli, University of Calabria, Italy

Thanks for your nice thoughts. I am very pleased with your congress and hospitality. Therefore, I would like to attend your second congress. See you at your Japan congress.

SEVDA ÖZEL, Sivas Cumhuriyet University, Turkey

It was my great pleasure to give a plenary talk at the Geosciences-2019 conference in London. I consider that the conference was very good organized and successful. 

Pavel Kishcha, Tel Aviv University, Israel

I really appreciated taking part of the Geosciences conference held in London and enjoyed the talks and discussions with several researchers from all over the world. Talks were foremost very valuable and of high level. It was a good experience for me and a good opportunity to meet a skilled and highly qualified attendance. The organization was good, Congratulations, it was a successful event.

Ezzedine Saïdi, Oil and Gas Public Company of Tunisia (ETAP), Tunisia

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