Cyclostratigraphy Intercomparison Project
Monday July 30 – Wednesday August 01, 2018
Case Studies are Online and ready to be analyzed
Registration is open !!!
Registration is only valid after following conditions are met:
1) Send an informal email with expression of interest to Matthias.Sinnesael@vub.be
2) Pay the registration fee
3) !!! Have at least one (and preferentially more) CIP Case studies submitted before 01/07/2018. !!!
Accepted registrations will be informed by email. There is a maximum of 30 participants.
The registration fee is 100 euro per participant. The fee includes participation, coffee-breaks, lunch, ice-breaker and conference dinner. In case of cancellation the organization maintains the right not to refund (the full amount) of the registration fee – depending on the moment of the cancellation.
Student participants can apply for the IAS Travel Grant for this event (membership required). This application has to be directed directly to IAS. Deadline in June 01 2018. For more information please visit the IAS website: https://www.sedimentologists.org/conferences/sponsored
Fees have to be payed on: BE51 3631 7261 3762 (BIC: BBRUBEBB).
Name Account: AMGC CYCLOSTRAT and mention: ‘NAME CIP WORKSHOP’
The main goal of this project and the 3-day workshop (30/07/2018-01/08/2018 in Brussels) is to test reproducibility, and to some extent also standardization of results and uncertainties in the field of cyclostratigraphy. This requires the analysis of 3 artificial geological case studies by multiple individual researchers. The idea is that every researcher works independently.
All participants are free to determine their method of choice; however, a handful of criterions will be required as an outcome must be comparable. The different results will be compared and even more importantly, their pathways and resulting (in)accuracy will be discussed.
Prof. Frits Hilgen, Utrecht University
Prof. Linda Hinnov, George Mason University
Prof. Stephen Meyers, UW-Madison
Prof. Heiko Pälike, MARUM
Prof. Nicolas Thibault, University of Copenhagen
Prof. Huaichun Wu, China University of Geosciences
With support of