2017 AOGS General Election
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2017 Best Student Poster Competition
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AOGS2018 Session Proposals
Opens: 01 Sep 2017
Closes: 13 Oct 2017 (Special)
Closes: 20 Oct 2017 (Regular)

Notification - Acceptance/Rejection: 27 Oct 2017
AOGS2018 Abstract Submission
Opens: 10 Nov 2017
Deadline: 19 Jan 2018
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Program & Highlights

Activity Locator
This provides a general summary of what will be taking place at the annual meeting. Check here for what you can expect at the annual meeting.

Scientific Program
Browse date, time & venue of presentations
* Please note that the presentation schedule is tentative as there may be late changes in the program.

Abstracts – Download/print Personal Copy (Available from End-Jun/Early Jul)
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 Tue – Fri, 8 – 11 Aug 2017 at the Exhibition/Poster Hall (Summit Room, 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. About half of these are Early Career Researcher Distinguished Lectures (ECR-DL).

The age limit of the ECR-DL is 35 years of age or no more than 7 years after successfully passing doctoral level degree. More about ECR-DL here:

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.