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Technical Special Interest Communities

Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles

Technical Special Interest Communities

Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles

The EAGE Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAV) community is the network of members interested in sharing knowledge and developing skills among geoscientists and engineers exploring and working on drone technology, robotics, drone geosciences, terrestrial remote sensing with applications to the areas of natural hazards, geotechnics and site investigations, environmental geosciences, rock outcrop digital imaging & analysis, resource and mining exploration, etc. 

This community is open to members in all stages of their career.

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  • Community events and collaborations
  • Contributions to EAGE and EAGE events
  • News and vacancies


The community is coordinated by a Committee that serves for a period of two years. The current Committee is serving the 2022 – 2024 term.

NameCompany / InstitutionCountry
Alexey DobrovolskiySPH EngineeringLatvia
Bastien DupuySINTEFNorway
Bruno PaglicciaSeisBEELuxembourg
Grahame GroverUAVEUnited Kingdom
Janis KarussUniversity of LatviaLatvia
Jon BlickwedeTeyra GeoConsulting LLCUnited States
Mehdi LaichoubiSkipper NDTFrance

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UAV Opportunities

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle applies to a wide range of applications: from observation of underground features to carrying out detailed survey of the earth. EAGE is proud to accompany the developments in this field by providing a platform to discuss challenges and solutions. Join the conversation at one of the following meetings:

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There is more! Through EAGE’s Learning Geoscience portfolio you can find training courses for your continuous professional development or approach UAV themes in a multidisciplinary perspective. Here are some of the online courses on offer: 

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Siddharth Misra


Prof Dr Siddharth Misra’s research focuses on improving subsurface characterization and prospect evaluation for the exploration of hydrocarbons, minerals and water resources.

His major contribution is in the theory of electromagnetic responses of geological formations to various charge polarization phenomena. The theory has enabled him to introduce a multi-frequency electromagnetic log-inversion technique to remove dielectric effects for improved estimation of hydrocarbon pore volume.


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