29th Colloquium of African Geology
Call for Abstracts – Deadline 30th May 2023
Beak to host two technical sessions about artificial intelligence (AI) and information management systems (IMS) and one short course about mineral predictive mapping (MPM)

17th May 2023, Windhoek (Namibia)

The Colloquium of African Geology (CAG) is a biennial meeting, held under the auspices of the Geological Society of Africa, where earth scientists from around the globe have the opportunity to present their research on topics of African geology to an international forum of their peers. The 29th Colloquium (CAG29) as well as the 19th Conference of the Geological Society of Africa will be hosted in Windhoek (Namibia) by the Geological Survey of Namibia (GSN) during the final week of September 2023 – from 26th until 29th. The theme of the event is “The earth sciences and Africa’s development: current realities, future projections”.

The 2nd Circular for CAG29 is available now as DOWNLOAD.

Beak is honoured to announce that we look forward to chair two technical sessions under the following subtopics:

  • ST06 Geology in the service of society: agrogeology, medical geology, engineering geology and geohazards and Information management

    • ST06_S04 - Information management systems and value added products
  • ST13 The fourth Industrial revolution and its impact on mineral resource countries

    • ST13_S03 - Artificial intelligence, big data, and mineral system approach in mineral predictive mapping: Background and applications

On behalf of the organizers of CAG29, we kindly invite you to submit your abstracts until 30th May 2023 HERE.

In addition, Beak is offering one short course with the following topic:

  • SC01 Geoscientific databases, mineral predictivity mapping and value-added products

We look forward to meet you at CAG29. Registration to the short course and CAG29 is available now on the WEBSEITE.