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| University = Freie Universität Berlin
 
| University = Freie Universität Berlin
| President = Florian Motz
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| President = Lisa Johann
| Faculty Advisor = Prof. Dr. Serge Shapiro
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| Faculty Advisor = [[Serge A. Shapiro]]
 
| Country = Germany
 
| Country = Germany
 
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[http://www.sgs-ev.com SGS Berlin & Potsdam] supports students in Berlin and Potsdam, who established the first official German Student Chapter of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). Under the patronage of SEG, our SEG Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam has been promoting interest in and knowledge about geophysics as well as its application in industry and academia since June 2007.
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The [http://www.sgs-ev.com Student Geoscientific Society] was established in June 2007 and incorporated under German law in May 2012. As a nonprofit society, SGS promotes knowledge about geoscientific topics and encourages close collaboration among students and professionals of the various geoscientific disciplines and adjacent fields of science.
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The activities of SGS are based on the dedication of undergraduate and graduate students to the geosciences and to sharing our three guiding principles of leadership, community, and networking. Strong partnerships with the geoscientific coordination platform Geo.X, international and national geoscientific societies as well as best relations to contacts from industry and academia provide an excellent scientific and organizational framework for our projects.
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We focus our projects on improving the range and quality of course offerings by organizing field camps and trips to national and international scientific conferences, hosting guest lectures of highly renowned geoscientists from all over the world and holding a [http://www.sgs-ev.org/en/library.htm library]. In addition, we network university and high school students with young professionals and experienced geoscientists from industry and academia in order to spark interest in academic studies of our sciences and improve career opportunities for young geoscientists. SGS further supports students in Berlin and Potsdam in operating the first official [[Student Chapters]] of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) in Germany.
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If you are interested in our activities, have a closer look at our [http://www.sgs-ev.com/en/camps.htm projects] as well as the manifold ways to socialize with students and geoscientists from all over the world and to improve the overall quality of your academic studies by getting involved with the SGS vision.
  
 
==Current SEG Student Chapter Officers==
 
==Current SEG Student Chapter Officers==
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| '''President'''
 
| '''President'''
| ''[mailto:seg@sgs-ev.org Florian Motz]''
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| ''[mailto:seg@sgs-ev.org Lisa Johann]''
 
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| '''Vice-President'''
 
| '''Vice-President'''
| ''[mailto:seg@sgs-ev.org Lennart Brüning]''
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| ''[mailto:seg@sgs-ev.org Dennis Pietsch]''
 
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| '''Secretary'''
 
| '''Secretary'''
| ''[mailto:seg@sgs-ev.org Aglaja Blanke]''
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| ''[mailto:seg@sgs-ev.org Viacheslav Sviridov]''
 
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In 2013 SGS received the SEG Best Student Chapter Award for their student, professional and outreach programs.
 
In 2013 SGS received the SEG Best Student Chapter Award for their student, professional and outreach programs.
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[[File:BSCA2013.jpg|right|thumb|SGS receives the SEG Best Student Chapter 2013 Award at the SEG Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas]]
 
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<p>''"As SGS Chairman, I'm deeply moved by the honor the Society of Exploration Geophysicists has bestowed upon us for the first time ever in its long illustrious history. This award is the recognition of several years of exceptional voluntary work by our society and especially by our SEG Student Chapter in a challenging and all too often underachieving environment in Berlin and Potsdam. At the same time, it's a mandate for leadership to all SGS members to continue our efforts and be a role model for many students, projects, and societies all around the world."'' - Aurelian Roeser (SGS e.V. Chairman)</p>
 
<p>''"As SGS Chairman, I'm deeply moved by the honor the Society of Exploration Geophysicists has bestowed upon us for the first time ever in its long illustrious history. This award is the recognition of several years of exceptional voluntary work by our society and especially by our SEG Student Chapter in a challenging and all too often underachieving environment in Berlin and Potsdam. At the same time, it's a mandate for leadership to all SGS members to continue our efforts and be a role model for many students, projects, and societies all around the world."'' - Aurelian Roeser (SGS e.V. Chairman)</p>
  
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==International Geosciences Student Conference 2013 in Berlin, Germany==
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In 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 SGS reached the rank as [[SEG Student Chapter Ranking|SEG SUMMIT Student Chapter]]. In 2015, 24 out of 340 SEG Student Chapters worldwide achieved this top level.
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From 25 to 28 April 2013, the Student Geoscientific Society and its SEG, EAGE, and AAPG Student Chapters hosted the 4th International Geosciences Student Conferences in Berlin, Germany. 328 delegates from 22 countries realized the IGSC 2013 as their mutual opportunity to spread the vision of Inspiring Change from the heart of Europe to the world.
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The IGSC 2013 Technical Program provided a unique platform to unite past, present, and future of the geosciences. Students and young professionals from all geoscience disciplines showed their research results in 61 oral and 44 poster presentations. Experts from industry and academia informed the delegates about the latest job opportunities at a recruitment exhibition and shared their experience in eleven high-quality lectures, short courses, workshops, and field trips. Among them were an SEG Honorary Lecture by Per Avseth and the Personal Reputation Management Workshop by Elsa Velasco.
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==SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion Award 2015==
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[[File:SGS SEG Wiki Champion Award 2015.jpg|right|thumb|SGS has been awarded as SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion 2015 ]]
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In 2015 SGS has been named the [[Wiki award winners|SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion]] and is the first student chapter recipient of this award. We launched comprehensive student chapter pages complete with information about conferences, field camps, and awards of the chapter (e.g. the page you are reading right now). One of the Student Chapter goals were to catalog lessons learned while conducting geophysical surveys so other geoscientists can read what we learned to improve their own project designs. As lead author of the awarded articles, SGS member [[User:Lennart.bruening|Lennart Brüning]] talks in the ''SEG Daily News'' of the 85th SEG Annual Meeting 2015 in New Orleans about the contributions and the experiences with the SEG Wiki.<ref>SEG Daily News (October 20, 2015), page 10: http://www.seg.org/documents/10450565/12441621/Day2_AMDailyNews_WEB.pdf</ref> On the 9th [[Wiki chat|#SEGWikiChat]] in November 2015 SGS member Ramona Niemann and Lennart Brüning describe how the Student Chapter has been awarded the first Student Chapter Wiki Winner. Additional topics are the achievement of SUMMIT level 3 years in a row, and how to make it as a student and young professional in the field. Visit [https://muut.com/segwiki Muut] to see the transcript for the chat.
  
Frederike Wittkopp (Utrecht University) and Aurélia Privat (Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais) were awarded for the best poster presentations. Ralf Milke (Freie Universität Berlin) won the 1st SGS Geosciences Slam by elating the audience with his presentation on "Is it opal? How to drink beer for science." Igor Karpov and Sergey Yaskevich (both Novosibirsk State University) demonstrated their outstanding technical knowledge and fighting spirit as champions of the SEG European Challenge Bowl sponsored by Total and are now going to represent Europe at the SEG Challenge Bowl Finals in Houston, Texas.
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==Conference Trips==
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sx83JHTckEQ|200|right|SGS conference trip Madrid, Spain 2015|frame}}
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The regular attendance of geoscientific conferences is the best opportunity for students and young professionals to inform themselves about recent developments in research and technology as well as to network with other students, experienced geoscientists and industry professionals from all over the world. In 2011, SGS started to organize joint student trips to international geoscientific conferences. Since then we made a lot of journeys to different conferences in many different countries. To read personal experiences about the trips please click [http://sgs-ev.org/en/conferences.htm here]. In June 2015 SGS member Florian Motz recorded some impressions of the SGS conference trip to the 77th EAGE Conference & Exhibition which was held in Madrid. Please check it out on the right.
  
The IGSC 2013 Social Program kicked off with the opening ceremony and icebreaker reception, which brought together delegates and geoscience professionals from the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region for welcoming speeches, music performances, and a special motivational keynote by Alessandro Airo (Freie Universität Berlin). On Friday, 26 April, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin served as an exclusive location for the truly unforgettable Praehistorica Conference Evening. Fossil celebrities, such as the largest mounted dinosaur in the world, welcomed 171 attendees for food and drinks in the nightly illuminated building of the largest museum of natural history in Germany. On Sunday, 28 April, 252 attendees brought the conference to a glorious end by dancing throughout the night at the farewell gala at Spindler & Klatt with direct access to Berlin's main river Spree.
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==International Geosciences Student Conference 2013==
 
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[[File:IGSC 2013 logo.jpg|right|thumb|Logo of the 4th International Geosciences Student Conference 2013 in Berlin, Germany hosted by the SGS]]
We are honored and happy that so many students, faculty members, industry professionals, and society representatives have heard and followed our call for Inspiring Change. SGS thanks the many volunteers of the IGSC 2013 organizing committee, our co-hosts Geo.X and Freie Universität Berlin, our platinum sponsors Total and Prospectiuni, our gold sponsors SEG, EAGE, AAPG, and ExxonMobil, as well as the many silver sponsors, bronze sponsors, and supporters from industry, academia, and media. We hope that all delegates and sponsors will stay with the IGSC family in future years because the continuation of what they experienced and demonstrated at the IGSC 2013 is not just an option. It's an obligation in imaging the future of our sciences and society.
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''Main Article'' [[4th International Geosciences Student Conference 2013 Berlin, Germany]]
 
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'''You can find this report and more details [http://www.sgs-ev.org/en/igsc2013.htm here].'''
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From 25 to 28 April 2013, the Student Geoscientific Society and its SEG and EAGE Student Chapters hosted the 4th [[International Geosciences Student Conference]] in Berlin, Germany. 328 delegates from 22 countries realized the IGSC 2013 as their mutual opportunity to spread the vision of Inspiring Change from the heart of Europe to the world.
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[[File:SGS_SLS_2013.jpg|thumb|Participants of the SLS 2013 in Houston, Texas]]
 
==SLS - SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium==
 
==SLS - SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium==
  
 
Since 2007, the officers of our SGS Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam have been invited to the SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium. To find an overview on this official SEG Student Program on leadership skills development as well as on the impressions of our participants click [http://www.sgs-ev.org/en/sls.htm here].
 
Since 2007, the officers of our SGS Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam have been invited to the SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium. To find an overview on this official SEG Student Program on leadership skills development as well as on the impressions of our participants click [http://www.sgs-ev.org/en/sls.htm here].
 
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[[File:SGS_SEP_2012.jpg|thumb|Participants of the SEP 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey]]
 
==SEP - SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program==
 
==SEP - SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program==
  
Since 2011, SGS members have participated in the annual SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program. Check out our [http://www.sgs-ev.org/en/sep.htm homepage] to read personal reports about the overwhelming experience.
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Since 2011, SGS members have participated in the annual SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program. Check out our [http://www.sgs-ev.org/en/sep.htm homepage] to read personal reports about the overwhelming experiences.
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[[File:SGS SEG Challenge Bowl 2012.jpg|thumb|SGS winning team of the European SEG Challenge Bowl 2012 in Belgrade, Serbia]]
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==Lecture Tours==
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Since 2008, SGS invited and hosted several guest lectures of international renowned scientists.
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For reading some reports of the oustanding talks please click [http://sgs-ev.org/en/lecturetours.htm here]
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[[File:Geomagnetics SGS IAPGS.jpg|thumb|Field work at the SGS Joint Field Camp 2014 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia ]]
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==Networking==
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Beside the networking occassion of conference trips SGS organizes from time to time networking events on-site on our GeoCampus in Berlin. So there were recruitment days when professionals from industry have been invited to introduce their companies and to set up mock interviews with the students. Another event we established is the SGS CV Clinic: In preperation of the conference trips our advanced and new members come together to spice up their CV's. More informations about our networking events can you find [http://sgs-ev.org/en/networking.htm here]
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==SEG Challenge Bowls==
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SGS members participated in several SEG Challenge Bowls. In 2012 our SGS team won the European edition of that contest at the 3rd International Geosciences Student Conference in Belgrade, Serbia and represented Europe at the SEG Challenge Bowl Finals at the SEG Annual Meeting 2012 in Las Vegas, US. To check out personal experiences of some SGS Challenge Bowl contestants please click [http://sgs-ev.org/en/challengebowl.htm here]
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==Field Camp Projects==
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Over the years SGS organized and implemented several national and international [[Field Camps]].
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''Main articles:''
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*[[University of Bucharest SEG Student Chapter - SGS Berlin & Potsdam Joint Field Camp 2008]]
  
==Successful Projects==
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*[[SGS Berlin & Potsdam - University of Bucharest SEG Student Chapter Joint Field Camp 2009]]
  
===Joint Field Camp: Nizhny Novgorod===
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*[[SGS Berlin & Potsdam High School Field Camp 2011]]
In collaboration with the russian student chapter at Institute of Applied Physics (Nizhny Novgorod) SGS students organized a Joint Field Camp near Nizhny Novgorod.
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===SGS & UIGS Field Camp 2012===
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*[[SGS Berlin & Potsdam - University of Indonesia Geophysical Society Joint Field Camp 2012]]
  
===SGS Field Camp 2011===
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*[[Institute of Applied Physics Nizhny Novgorod - SGS Berlin & Potsdam Joint Field Camp 2014]]
  
===FU Berlin & Universität Bukarest Field Camp 2008 & 2009===
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==References==
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==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 17:12, 15 February 2017

Student Geoscientific Society Berlin & Potsdam
SGS lOGO.jpg
University Freie Universität Berlin
President Lisa Johann
Faculty Advisor Serge A. Shapiro
Country Germany
Status Active
Ranking Summit Level

The Student Geoscientific Society was established in June 2007 and incorporated under German law in May 2012. As a nonprofit society, SGS promotes knowledge about geoscientific topics and encourages close collaboration among students and professionals of the various geoscientific disciplines and adjacent fields of science.

The activities of SGS are based on the dedication of undergraduate and graduate students to the geosciences and to sharing our three guiding principles of leadership, community, and networking. Strong partnerships with the geoscientific coordination platform Geo.X, international and national geoscientific societies as well as best relations to contacts from industry and academia provide an excellent scientific and organizational framework for our projects.

We focus our projects on improving the range and quality of course offerings by organizing field camps and trips to national and international scientific conferences, hosting guest lectures of highly renowned geoscientists from all over the world and holding a library. In addition, we network university and high school students with young professionals and experienced geoscientists from industry and academia in order to spark interest in academic studies of our sciences and improve career opportunities for young geoscientists. SGS further supports students in Berlin and Potsdam in operating the first official Student Chapters of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) in Germany.

If you are interested in our activities, have a closer look at our projects as well as the manifold ways to socialize with students and geoscientists from all over the world and to improve the overall quality of your academic studies by getting involved with the SGS vision.

Current SEG Student Chapter Officers

President Lisa Johann
Vice-President Dennis Pietsch
Secretary Viacheslav Sviridov
Faculty Advisor Prof. Dr. Serge Shapiro

SEG Best Student Chapter Award 2013

In 2013 SGS received the SEG Best Student Chapter Award for their student, professional and outreach programs.

SGS receives the SEG Best Student Chapter 2013 Award at the SEG Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas

"As SGS Chairman, I'm deeply moved by the honor the Society of Exploration Geophysicists has bestowed upon us for the first time ever in its long illustrious history. This award is the recognition of several years of exceptional voluntary work by our society and especially by our SEG Student Chapter in a challenging and all too often underachieving environment in Berlin and Potsdam. At the same time, it's a mandate for leadership to all SGS members to continue our efforts and be a role model for many students, projects, and societies all around the world." - Aurelian Roeser (SGS e.V. Chairman)

SEG SUMMIT Student Chapter

In 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 SGS reached the rank as SEG SUMMIT Student Chapter. In 2015, 24 out of 340 SEG Student Chapters worldwide achieved this top level.

SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion Award 2015

SGS has been awarded as SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion 2015

In 2015 SGS has been named the SEG Student Chapter Wiki Champion and is the first student chapter recipient of this award. We launched comprehensive student chapter pages complete with information about conferences, field camps, and awards of the chapter (e.g. the page you are reading right now). One of the Student Chapter goals were to catalog lessons learned while conducting geophysical surveys so other geoscientists can read what we learned to improve their own project designs. As lead author of the awarded articles, SGS member Lennart Brüning talks in the SEG Daily News of the 85th SEG Annual Meeting 2015 in New Orleans about the contributions and the experiences with the SEG Wiki.[1] On the 9th #SEGWikiChat in November 2015 SGS member Ramona Niemann and Lennart Brüning describe how the Student Chapter has been awarded the first Student Chapter Wiki Winner. Additional topics are the achievement of SUMMIT level 3 years in a row, and how to make it as a student and young professional in the field. Visit Muut to see the transcript for the chat.

Conference Trips

SGS conference trip Madrid, Spain 2015

The regular attendance of geoscientific conferences is the best opportunity for students and young professionals to inform themselves about recent developments in research and technology as well as to network with other students, experienced geoscientists and industry professionals from all over the world. In 2011, SGS started to organize joint student trips to international geoscientific conferences. Since then we made a lot of journeys to different conferences in many different countries. To read personal experiences about the trips please click here. In June 2015 SGS member Florian Motz recorded some impressions of the SGS conference trip to the 77th EAGE Conference & Exhibition which was held in Madrid. Please check it out on the right.

International Geosciences Student Conference 2013

Logo of the 4th International Geosciences Student Conference 2013 in Berlin, Germany hosted by the SGS

Main Article 4th International Geosciences Student Conference 2013 Berlin, Germany

From 25 to 28 April 2013, the Student Geoscientific Society and its SEG and EAGE Student Chapters hosted the 4th International Geosciences Student Conference in Berlin, Germany. 328 delegates from 22 countries realized the IGSC 2013 as their mutual opportunity to spread the vision of Inspiring Change from the heart of Europe to the world.

Participants of the SLS 2013 in Houston, Texas

SLS - SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium

Since 2007, the officers of our SGS Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam have been invited to the SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium. To find an overview on this official SEG Student Program on leadership skills development as well as on the impressions of our participants click here.

Participants of the SEP 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey

SEP - SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program

Since 2011, SGS members have participated in the annual SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program. Check out our homepage to read personal reports about the overwhelming experiences.

SGS winning team of the European SEG Challenge Bowl 2012 in Belgrade, Serbia

Lecture Tours

Since 2008, SGS invited and hosted several guest lectures of international renowned scientists. For reading some reports of the oustanding talks please click here

Field work at the SGS Joint Field Camp 2014 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Networking

Beside the networking occassion of conference trips SGS organizes from time to time networking events on-site on our GeoCampus in Berlin. So there were recruitment days when professionals from industry have been invited to introduce their companies and to set up mock interviews with the students. Another event we established is the SGS CV Clinic: In preperation of the conference trips our advanced and new members come together to spice up their CV's. More informations about our networking events can you find here

SEG Challenge Bowls

SGS members participated in several SEG Challenge Bowls. In 2012 our SGS team won the European edition of that contest at the 3rd International Geosciences Student Conference in Belgrade, Serbia and represented Europe at the SEG Challenge Bowl Finals at the SEG Annual Meeting 2012 in Las Vegas, US. To check out personal experiences of some SGS Challenge Bowl contestants please click here

Field Camp Projects

Over the years SGS organized and implemented several national and international Field Camps.

Main articles:

References

  1. SEG Daily News (October 20, 2015), page 10: http://www.seg.org/documents/10450565/12441621/Day2_AMDailyNews_WEB.pdf

External links