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* Please note that the presentation schedule is tentative as there may be late changes in the program.
This is where you can browse all abstracts and download/print your personal copy.
Please know that AOGS does not provide abstracts as printed copies or in CD-ROMs during the conference.
Presenter Guide - Oral
For contributed talks, total duration is 15 minutes including time for question & answer and speaker changeover.
Presenter Guide - Poster
Each presenter is provided with a 2.4m wide x 1m high poster panel. The presentation must cover the same material as the abstract submitted. The poster should be 1 x A0 size in landscape format, measuring 1189 mm length x 841 mm height maximum.
Poster presentations will be held from Tuesday – 4 August 2015 to Friday – 7 August 2015 at the Summit 1 & 2 (Level 3).
Axford & Distinguished Lectures
Hosted annually, these are honorary lectures by distinguished scientists who have produced work of outstanding quality in geosciences including planetary and solar system science.
The “Axford Lectures” are named in honour of Sir/Professor Ian W. Axford. The plenary talks are held on the opening day of the society’s annual general meeting.
Section Business Meeting, Distinguished Lectures & Poster Presentations
AOGS has eight sections and each hosts its own Distinguished Lectures in the area that the section represents.
Each AOGS Section has its own elected President and section secretaries. This is where members gather to touch base on society and section issues. Section Business Meetings are usually held during meal breaks (lunch or dinner) and followed by the Distinguished Lectures.
The Section’s Poster Presentations (includes Student Poster Competition) are also held on the same day usually from 16:00 to 18:00.
Click on the link to check out the detailed program.
Annually, AOGS hosts special lectures by award winners and special sessions jointly organized with its partner societies and collaborators.
In addition to a special lecture by the 2015 Axford Medallist, Prof Gary Zank, the conference has arranged both a special session, two public lectures and a panel discussion on frontiers in space-based sciences involving NASA scientists.