PACE Grants Support

Pace programme

Kindly note that the application for GET 2024 is now open.

The programme for Association and Cooperation in Earth Sciences (PACE) is funded by EAGE and supports individual geoscientists to participate actively in selected EAGE events. This support is available for accepted speakers who cannot obtain financial support from other sources. With the PACE programme, EAGE strives to encourage the exchange of information and knowledge among the global geoscientific community.

Eligibility

In order to qualify for PACE support, please take the following criteria into consideration:
  • Only presenters of accepted oral and/or poster presentations who cannot obtain financial support given by their university / institute or other resources will be eligible to receive a grant.
  • A person will only be considered for a financial support once every two years.
  • Only EAGE members will be eligible to receive a grant. You can renew or apply your membership here.
  • Speakers / presenters need to submit their own abstract through their own account before applying for a grant.

Application & Selection process

The grant application is now opened!

The deadline to submit an application is 14 July 2024. 

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. The results will be communicated to all in September via email.

The PACE support is coordinated by the PACE Committee. Please note that if granted, the PACE support will be limited to registration fee waivers only. In exceptional cases, upon carefully reviewing the application and motivation letter, the PACE committee may decide to award an additional support to contribute to applicant’s travel and accommodation expenses. Such support is being awarded only in exceptional well-founded cases. If you need such support, please explain your request in your motivation letter.

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For further information on the selection criteria, please see here.
For questions regarding grants you can contact us.

Pace programme

Pace grants support

Kindly note that the application for GET 2024 is now open. The programme for Association and Cooperation in Earth Sciences (PACE) is funded by EAGE and supports individual geoscientists to participate actively in selected EAGE events. This support is available for accepted speakers who cannot obtain financial support from other sources. With the PACE programme, EAGE strives to encourage the exchange of information and knowledge among the global geoscientific community.

ELIGIBILITY

In order to qualify for PACE support, please take the following criteria into consideration:
  • Only presenters of accepted oral and/or poster presentations who cannot obtain financial support given by their university / institute or other resources will be eligible to receive a grant.
  • A person will only be considered for a financial support once every two years.
  • Only EAGE members will be eligible to receive a grant. You can renew or apply your membership here.
  • Speakers / presenters need to submit their own abstract through their own account before applying for a grant.

APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS

The grant application is now opened!
The deadline to submit an application is 14 July 2024

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
The results will be communicated to all in September via email.

The PACE support is coordinated by the PACE Committee. Please note that if granted, the PACE support will be limited to registration fee waivers only. In exceptional cases, upon carefully reviewing the application and motivation letter, the PACE committee may decide to award an additional support to contribute to applicant’s travel and accommodation expenses. Such support is being awarded only in exceptional well-founded cases. If you need such support, please explain your request in your motivation letter.

 

For further information on the selection criteria, please see here.
For questions regarding grants you can contact us.

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Bio: Saba Keynejad

Environmental Data Scientist Energy Transition and Environment at CGG
Co-chair Geothermal Energy Conference

Saba Keynejad received her Master’s degree in mineral exploration with a focus on geothermal exploration in 2012. She obtained her PhD from the University of Arizona in 2018, developing machine learning approaches for subsurface characterization. Since then, Saba has worked in the energy sector, contributing to projects in subsurface analysis and geothermal research. Currently, she applies her expertise to providing environmental solutions and advancing sustainable practices in energy, mining, and other major industries. Beyond technical work, Saba has been actively involved in leading conferences and webinars within her company and externally. She aims to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration through these events. Saba also participates in mentorship schemes focused on women of color in the energy and technology industry. As co-chair of EAGE GET2024, Saba brings a wealth of experience spanning academia, industry, and leadership. She looks forward to bringing together geothermal experts to drive the field forward through open dialogue and partnership. Saba is honored to help convene important discussions on the conference stage.

Bio: Gehrig Schultz

COO | Geoscience at EPI Group
Co-chair Geothermal Energy Conference

Dr. Gehrig Schultz has been actively involved in using geophysics to solve geological and engineering problems since 1986.  Dr. Schultz is currently COO for Geosciences at EPI Group where he leads a multidisciplinary team specialized in applying geophysics to geothermal energy, nuclear waste disposal, near surface engineering and hydrocarbons exploration and field redevelopment. He has worked both as a service provider and as a senior energy company executive.  His experience spans growing former Romanian state owned geophysical and geological enterprise to become a highly respected international geophysical supplier with annual revenues of over € 100 million, rejuvenating a producing hydrocarbons field, starting a cased whole logging and well maintenance company, and technical leadership of several startup companies. Gehrig recently earned a PhD in Geophysics from the University of Bucharest and graduated with a BS in Geophysical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.

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