GRC Annual Meeting 2018 – Call for Sessions – by February 18, 2018

Workshop at the GRC Annual Meeting 2017 in Salt Lake City/ UT (source: GRC)
Alexander Richter 2 Feb 2018

The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) has issued a Call for Sessions, a new approach to develop the sessions and content of its Annual Meeting to be held in Reno, Nevada in 14-17 October 2018.

The Geothermal Resources Council has announced a “Call for Sessions” in a new approach to develop the program of the GRC Annual Meeting to be held 14-17 October 2018 in Reno, Nevada.

This is a new approach, and GRC is inviting proposals for sessions at this year’s meeting. Sessions can be organized and led by up to three people, a session chair and two co-chairs. Successful session chairs will be expected to assist the technical chair to recruit papers and organize reviews.

The Session Proposal process is simple. Please email a Session Title and Description to Anh Lay at by February 18, 2018.

Details on the requirements of the proposal are detailed below:

Session Title: Session proposals must include an informative title (20-300 characters, not including spaces) and entered in initial capitalization.

Description: The session description is limited to 250 words. The description will be used during the review process. Session descriptions will be reviewed by the GRC Annual Meeting committee for possible inclusion in the meeting. Successful session proposals will be listed on the GRC website during the abstract submission phase to assist submitters in identifying an appropriate session to submit their abstract.

Descriptions must adhere to the following criteria:

  • Concise definition of the scientific topic. Proposals must focus on scientific results and/or their applications.
  • Explain why the session is topical and relevant.
  • Sessions in tribute of a specific person will be considered, but appropriate justification must be provided.
  • Session proposals that are deemed to be primarily advertisements of commercial products and services will not be considered. Session proposals focused a specific experiment or development are encouraged.

Optional: Please include the names of any specific people that you would recruit to write a paper for this session.

Details via the GRC Website