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Student Chapters at EAGE

Student Chapters

Student Chapters at EAGE

EAGE Student chapters worldwide serve as hubs of activities for geoscience and engineering students to meet, exchange ideas and initiate activities under the EAGE umbrella and collaborate with EAGE’s Student Affairs Team.

EAGE encourages its chapters to be creative and work rigorously to become an essential part of local student communities by demonstrating a high level of interest in the future of this industry and research. In order to foster and stimulate this interest, EAGE and the EAGE Student Fund have a variety of programmes and support opportunities in place to help student develop their membership, participate in EAGE activities and develop other projects. We also encourage student chapter representatives to develop their own ideas, conferences and projects! 

Does your university not yet have an EAGE Student Chapter and do you have the ambition to start one? Then we are looking for you!

Student Chapter overview

The renewal window for 2021 student chapters is currently open.

Vietnam Institute of PetroleumVietnam
Colorado School of MinesUSA
Heriot-Watt UniversityUnited Kingdom
Teesside UniversityUnited Kingdom
University of AberdeenUnited Kingdom
University of LeedsUnited Kingdom
Istanbul Technical UniversityTurkey
Delft University of TechnologyThe Netherlands
University of Dar Es SalaamTanzania
Swiss Federal Institute of TechnologySwitzerland
Uppsala UniversitySweden
Korean Maritime and Ocean UniversitySouth Korea
University of the WitwatersrandSouth Africa
Industrial University of TyumenRussia
National Research Tomsk Polytechnical UniversityRussia
Novosibirsk State UniversityRussia
AGH- University of Science and TechnologyPoland
Delta State UniversityNigeria
Ebonyi State UniversityNigeria
Enugu State University of Science and TechnologyNigeria
Ibrahim Badamsi Babangida UniversityNigeria
Makerere UniversityNigeria
Mountain Top UniversityNigeria
University of Port HarcourtNigeria
Mongolian University of Science and TechnologyMongolia
Autonomous Univerity of CarmenMexico
Mexican Petroleum InstituteMexico
National University of MalaysiaMalaysia
Universiti Teknologi PetronasMalaysia
Universiti MalayaMalaysia
University of NairobiKenya
Kyoto UniversityJapan
National University of Ireland, GalwayIreland
AmirKabir University of TechnologyIran
Petroleum University of TechnologyIran
Shahrood University of TechnologyIran
Unsiyah UniversityIndonesia
Universitas Syiah KualaIndonesia
Indian Institute of TechnologyIndia
Indian School of MinesIndia
Rajiiv Gandhi Institute of PetroleumIndia
National Technical University of AthensGreece
KNUST, Kumasi GhanaGhana
Freie Universitat BerlinGermany
GFZ German Research Centre for GeosciencesGermany
RWTH Aachen UniversityGermany
TU Bergakademie FreibergGermany
University of PotsdamGermany
Aix-Marseille UniversityFrance
IFP SchoolFrance
UniLaSalle BeauvaisFrance
Université de Grenoble AlpesFrance
Al-Azhar UniversityEgypt
Suez UniversityEgypt
Instituto Politecnico NacionalColombia
Universidad AmericaColombia
Universidad de los AndesColombia
Universidad EafitColombia
Universidad Nacional de ColombiaColombia
Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de ColombiaColombia
China University of Petroleum – BeijingChina
Peking UniversityChina
Memorial University of NewfoundlandCanada
University of AlbertaCanada
University of CalgaryCanada
National ObservatoryBrazil
State University of Northern Rio de JaneiroBrazil
Universiidade Federal FluminenseBrazil
University of BeninBenin
University of DhakaBangladesh
Curtin UniversityAustralia
Universidad Nacional de la PlataArgentina


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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