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How-to Videos

Learning Geoscience

How-to Videos

Learn from the EAGE Experts

Joining a large international event, such as the EAGE Annual, is a great way to share your research, expand your expertise, connect with professionals from around the world and grow a network of invaluable contacts. However, it is easy to get overwhelmed with preparation before the event, or with information and activities during and after the event, especially for first-time attendees. To assist you getting the most out of a big event, we have developed the How-to Videos with great advice from EAGE experts.

All videos are free to access on our Learning Geoscience online education platform.

How to Submit a Good Abstract

Are you planning to submit an abstract for the EAGE Annual or an upcoming scientific conference? We have a series of How-to Videos focusing exactly on this! EAGE experts shared things to avoid and things to remember when preparing an abstract for your next presentation.

How to Submit a Good Abstract – Teaser

How to Present to a Live Audience

Presenting to a live audience, whether they are a small group of colleagues or dozens of people at a large conference like the EAGE Annual, is something learned from experience. It’s experience that many students and young professionals have not yet had. If it is your first time presenting in a language that is not your mother tongue, or if you are looking for tips to improve the presentation you are preparing, EAGE wants to help you gain that experience.

Six seasoned presenters share their experience and advice on preparing presentations, on how to capture and how to keep the audience’s attention and on what they have learned over the years. The videos address very practical questions and different situations, so whatever your concern, the answer is here.

How to Present to a Live Audience – Teaser

How to Get Published

Did your presentation stand out? And are you now considering publishing your paper in a scientific journal? Are you looking for advice to enhance the quality of your research work and increase the chance to get your paper accepted? EAGE can help you on your way preparing that paper. In this series, two expert reviewers reveals their recipe for successfully published papers, including practical experience in the selection of appropriate journals for your subject of study, tips on academic research writing, the importance and role of co-authors, together with the DOs and DON’Ts when submitting your paper and the proper reactions to a negative decision.

How to Get Published – Teaser

How to Chair a Session

An important element contributing to the success of a presentation, as well as to a productive scientific exchange, is good chairing. In the video, six experienced members explain the role of a chair in a technical session, as well as share their experience and advice on making an interactive and exciting session, facilitating an engaging Q&A and healthy debate, on time management, and on how to keep the audience’s attention based on their experience.

How to Chair a Session – Teaser


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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