Program highlights

  • Sessions dedicated to imaging, conceptualisation and prediction with keynote presentations that identify the challenges and opportunities in these spaces and knowledge development through inference.
  • Panel discussions by experts in industry, government and academy focused on the roles of imaging, conceptualisation and prediction, and the synergies between these activities.
  • A stream focused on the relevance and value of imaging, conceptualisation and prediction in the social license to operate context.
  • An introduction to the current and planned research initiatives by government and academia to aid prospecting for the resources that will underpin a low energy future.

Prizes for

  • Best presentation by an early career researcher (less than 3 years relevant experience post PhD),
  • Demonstrated excellence achieved through interdisciplinary research (presentation); and
  • Best poster.