With over 200 sessions planned, AOGS2022 will be the greatest success of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society’s virtual conference. 5-days of worthy scientific content and networking from anywhere and digitally.
|AOGS2022 Main Activities||Audience/Participation|
|01 to 05 Aug 2022 Virtual Conference||Pay and Present Online Only|
|01 to 05 Aug 2022 Key Lectures||Attend Online – Free Event|
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The e-Program Guide contains all essential conference materials, program and information for the 2022 Annual Meeting. It is circulated to all AOGS subscribers (over 50, 000) and also available for view/download on the conference website.Sponsor’s Rights
Experts answer questions and lead informal dialogue to help provide guidance and career advancement advice. "Meet-the-Expert" sessions are a series of informal networking sessions throughout the conference week. Aim is to initiate collaborations and nurture new research projects from such interactions.Sponsor’s Rights
Medal Lectures are delivered by winners of the Axford Medal Award and Wing-Ip Medal Award. The AOGS Axford Medal acknowledges an individual for outstanding achievements in geosciences, including planetary and solar system science, as well as unselfish cooperation and leadership in Asia and Oceania.
The AOGS establishes the AOGS Wing IP Medal in honour of Professor Wing-Huen IP, world renowned astronomer specializing in cometary physics; solar system plasma physics; solar system origin and planet formation; planetary atmospheres and exospheric systems. Together with Sir Ian Axford, Professor Yohsuke Kamide, and Professor Wing-Huen Ip are the three major founders of the AOGS.
Free Event. Open to anyone interested.
Distinguished Lecturers are selected primarily on the basis of their excellent, sustained scientific records. Normally there will be two Society Distinguished Lectures at each annual AOGS meeting as well as two Distinguished Lectures per Section.
Out of the two Distinguished Section Lectures (DL) in each AOGS Section every year, one shall be delivered by an early career researcher including post-doctoral researchers under the title Kamide Lecture KL).
The Society Distinguished Lectures are named "Axford Lectures" in honour of Sir Ian Axford. The Distinguished Lecture by Early Career Researcher is named Kamide Lecture in honour of Professor Kamide. Together with Professor Wing-Huen Ip, Sir Ian Axford and Professor Yohsuke Kamide are the three major founders of AOGS.
Most attended event at every AOGS annual meeting. It’s free and open to anyone interested.
Your gift will be channelled to support the registration fees of presenters based in Lower-Middle Income Economies, as defined by the World Bank. All regular and invited speakers are eligible. The complimentary registration gift recipient must be an author-presenter and the benefit is not transferableSponsor’s Rights
Encouraging young students has always been an important mission to AOGS. The Best Student Poster Competition (BSPC) is a means for students to highlight their achievements and demonstrate their ability in scientific presentations.Sponsor’s Rights