KEGS is excited to announce a mini symposium focused on the electromagnetic (EM) methods. This event is planned for Saturday June 11th 2022. It will be held in person in Toronto, Canada the weekend preceding the Prospectors and Developers Association Convention. A social event will follow the symposium.
Electromagnetic (EM) methods have been a mainstay in exploration geophysics for over 50 years and continue to be a vital tool in applied geoscience. As EM systems have increased in power, complexity, and resolution jointly with vastly improved data processing and visualization tools, their application has extended well beyond the bump-hunters of old. The mini symposium aims to provide a snapshot of recent advances and applications of the EM method to geoscience problems.
The event will comprise a series of invited and solicited talks on the following topics:
- Advances in EM acquisition, data processing and modelling
- Case histories of EM in mineral exploration
- Application of EM to non-exploration geoscience problems
Tentative program includes case studies and presentations from Geotech Ltd, Expert Geophysics, Xcalibur MP, Goldspot, Alan King, CGG-GeoTools with more to come.
When: Saturday, June 11, 2022
- Mini-Symposium: 10:00 – 15:00 EDT
- Social/Networking Reception: 15:00 – 16:30 EDT
Where: InterContinental Hotel, 225 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2X3, Ballroom B.
- $200.00 CAD for Members (symposium & social event)
- $225.00 CAD for Non-Members (symposium & social event)
- $50.00 CAD for Students (symposium & social event)
- $25.00 CAD for social event only
Registration includes coffee, lunch and a social/networking event.
Note: We will be adhering to Ontario COVID-19 restrictions that are in place at the time of the event.