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Individual Support


Individual Support

Individual Support

PACE (Programme for Association and Cooperation in Earth Sciences) supports individual geoscientists to participate in our events. This support is available to individuals who are accepted speakers at selected EAGE events. The PACE support application form for a specific event is accessible through the event website. On this page you can find (below) which upcoming events are selected for PACE support. PACE travel grants are managed by the PACE Committee of EAGE.

The PACE Programme also supports initiatives by communities and Associated Societies worldwide for the organization of local events that are relevant to the mission of the Association.

Learn more about community PACE support

COVID-19 Update

In view of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and current restrictions related to (international) travel and governmental policies, we would like to inform grant applicants that, if granted, the PACE Support will be limited to registration fee waivers only.


In order to qualify for PACE financial 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.
  • Speakers / presenters need to submit their own paper through their own account before applying for a grant.
  • Only EAGE members will be eligible to receive a grant. You can apply or renew your membership here.
  • A person will only be considered for a financial support once every two years.


The PACE Committee has a limited budget for travel grants per year. The PACE Committee wants to give fair chances to requesting geoscientists to be awarded a grant.

When the number of eligible requests per event exceed the budget, the following preference rules will be applied:

Preference will be first given to:

  • delegates that have not received PACE or EAGE STUDENT FUND grants before


  • a quorum will be given per country based on the EAGE membership in that country (with a minimum of one delegate) relative to the total number of applications for an event, whereby applications within the quorum will be accepted in order of date of application.

Note that supported events will be published ahead on the PACE support page on the EAGE website including the opening and closing deadlines for applications. Applications received outside the deadlines will not be considered. Seen the number of applications, the decision of the PACE Committee is final and cannot be corresponded about. Awarded grants cannot be transferred to other people or events, when not collected/used the right to the grant is forfeited.

Upcoming Events

EventPACE application openPACE application deadlineApplication status
EAGE Geotech 2022
(April 2022)
20 December 20216 March 2022Closed
83rd EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2022
(June 2022)
22 December 202128 February 2022Closed
Near Surface Geoscience Conference and Exhibition 2022
(September 2022)
10 February 202210 May 2022Closed
Second EAGE Digitalization Conference and Exhibition
(February 2022)
10 June 202130 November 2021Closed
First EAGE Guyana-Suriname Basin Conference
(October 2022)
4 April 20222 September 2022Closed
Second EAGE Conference on Renewable Energy in the Middle East and Africa 2022
(December 2022)
18 May 202231 July 2022Closed
6th EAGE Eastern Africa Forum
(October 2022)
10 May 202215 August 2022Closed
First EAGE Western Africa Exploration & Production Workshop
(October 2022)
15 June 202215 August 2022Closed
5th Asia Pacific Meeting on Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering
(October 2022)
23 June 202222 July 2022Closed
Third Geoscience & Engineering in Energy Transition Conference (GET 2022)
(November 2022)
4 April 202215 September 2022Closed


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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