Don’t miss the WGC2020+1 Geoscience days, May 11-12, 2021
Don't miss the upcoming Geosciences Days of the World Geothermal Congress 2020+1 on May 11 and 12, 2021 with in excess of 420 presentations.
The World Geothermal Congress 2020+1 virtual event got off a successful start on April 13, 2021, now it is less than a week to the next session, or actual the two full days of sessions on Geosciences topics. We hope you were able to participate live on April 13, or have since watched the streams and presentations on demand in the conference platform.
The Geosciences part now to take place on May 11 and 12, 2021 is promising an exciting and extensive program of presentations related to geosciences.
The topics of next week’s sessions will be
• Resource Assessment
• Big Data & Data Analysis
• Integrated Energy Systems
• Software for Geothermal Applications
• Field Management
• Enhanced Geothermal Systems
The system to bring you the World Geothermal Congress Virtual Event Series is set up two-fold. The conference platform with all the videos from the presentation recordings and the live Q&A element following the presentations of each session. The Q&A are held live with the speakers of each session via Zoom. Engage with the panels with the Slido platform for questions and chat during the presentations.
We can report that things went smoothly on our end with all the technical elements working well on April 13, 2021.
Over 5,000 people have either participated live or watched the event so far, so it highlights the interest in the event and the fantastic presentations.
Panelists and speakers of the first day of the event came from 94 countries and a similar spread can be found with participants on the Gesociences Days on May 11 and 12.
During the event, don’t forget to check out the virtual showrooms to learn more about the companies supporting the congress.
Finally, thanks to our technical partners in Iceland; Advania and Harpa Concert & Conference Center for their hard work, and of course to Prof. Roland Horne of Stanford University and his team.
See you next week, at the rest of the virtual program and then also in Iceland, October 24-27, 2021.
The World Geothermal Conference 2020+1 Organising Team