Upcoming Meetings and Events

GEBCO Webinar Series on Improving discovery and access to bathy data

27 February 2023, Virtual

Association of Public Authority Surveyors Conference 2023: 20–22 March, Coffs Harbour NSW

APAS hosts an annual conference in the first half of each calendar year which is open to both members and non-members. The conference incorporates a theme each year and traditionally covers a wide range of topics relevant to the surveying and spatial information community. The 2023 theme is “Pirates of the Cadastre”. Submissions close on Friday, 23 September 2022.

EGU Annual Meeting 2023: 23–28 April, Vienna Austria

The General Assembly 2023 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) will take place 23-28 April 2023 in Vienna, Austria.

The purpose of the EGU General Assembly 2023 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. It aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.

GeoHab 2023: 8–12 May, La Réunion island

The GeoHab 2022 annual conference will be held in La Réunion Island (Indian Ocean) from May 8–12 2023. Abstract submissions open on December 1.

Locate 2023: 10–12 May, Adelaide SA

Each year, the Locate conference attracts national and international delegates from within and outside the spatial and surveying industry.  As Australia’s premier spatial and surveying conference, Locate provides guests with a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and applications in geospatial technologies.

World Hydrography Day 2023 + AusSeabed Annual Workshops: 21 June, Wollongong NSW

We invite you to join the Australian Hydrographic Office and SSSI for a HydroScheme Industry Partnership Program (HIPP) Seminar taking place on World Hydrography Day.

AMSA 2023: July 2–7, Gold Coast QLD

Don’t miss the AMSA 2023 Conference, where marine scientists will come together to advance our understanding of Australia’s unique marine environment.

The ‘Science in Sea Country’ theme supports AMSA’s recognition of the enduring connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People have with their Sea Countries, and acknowledges the critical role that the ecological and cultural knowledge of Australia’s first scientists plays in the sustainability of our seas. See more information here.

SOOS Symposium 2023: 14–18 Aug, Hobart TAS

The first Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS) Symposium will be held from 14-18 August 2023 in Hobart, Tasmania. It is our pleasure to invite you to this milestone event for the SOOS community.

The SOOS Symposium theme, “Southern Ocean in a Changing World”, recognizes the important role of the Southern Ocean in the Earth system. The Symposium is a forum for assessing our progress so far in providing observing systems, observations and regional programs that deliver timely and accessible information for the Southern Ocean. The Symposium is also an opportunity to address the challenges faced in providing long term observations that address policy and societal issues as well as advancing our scientific understanding of the Southern Ocean. See more information here.