Less than 6 weeks to the World Geothermal Congress 2015
It is less than 6 weeks now until the World Geothermal Congress 2015 in Melbourne. Register today for the congress, short courses and field trips.
The World Geothermal Congress will be held from 19-24 April 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. If you have not yet registered for the WGC 2015, do it now by clicking here .
WGC 2015 Field Trips
Thinking about joining a field trip? To add a field trip to your registration email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Field trip registrations close late March or when sold out. Limited places are available so be quick!
Pre Congress Australia
• Victorian One Day Hot Springs Excursion – 18th April
Post Congress New Zealand
• Powerful Landscape 26th – 30th April
• Glorious Geothermal Energy 26th – 30th April
• Lord of the Rings and Hobbits Middle Earth Adventure 27th April – 1st May.
For more information, please visit: http://wgc2015.com.au/field-trips.php
Over 1300 papers will be presented across 189 sessions with speakers coming from a total of 89 countries. The topics will range from technical to business, scientific to socioeconomic, electrical to direct use.
For details related to topics, presenters and sessions, please visit our Program page.
For information on keynote speakers, click here.
The Congress offers a schedule of six short courses. These are suitable for scientists and engineers who work, or intend to work in the geothermal industry, or managers who wish to gain more technical understanding of the issues involved in developing and managing a geothermal project. Lecturers are researchers, consultants, and managers from Iceland, France, New Zealand, and the USA.
For more information, please visit our Short Course page.
The Congress Dinner will be held on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 from 19:00 to 23:00 at the Crown Palladium, a venue designed to impress and inspire. Flowing with opulence, the venue is one of the largest in Australia. Its custom-designed carpets, plush wall panelling and superbly appointed fittings, make it one of Melbourne’s most sophisticated settings.