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Student E-Summits

Online activities

Student E-Summits

  • The concept

The EAGE E-Summits is a series of online events targeted to connect geoscience & engineering students from around the globe through an interactive forum. For each delivery, it brings together a new group of panelists to discuss a new topic.

All students are encouraged to actively participate in the E-Summits. Curious to see what has been done so far? You can find an overview of our past and future deliveries below.

Upcoming E-Summits

Acing Student Team challenges

19 October |  11:00 – 12:00 (CEST) | 08:30 – 09:30

  • To be announced

EAGE’s challenges are the most prestigious (and difficult!) projects we organize for students. During this e-Summit we’re bringing together previous winners to have them share their tricks of the trade. 

If you’re ever considering participating in the future editions of the Laurie Dake or Minus CO2 Challenges, don’t miss out! 

This e-Lecture will be delivered as part of the EAGE Annual Conference & Exhibition


 Early Deliveries

24 September, Tomorrow’s Transition, Today: Energy Transition Careers Anno 2021


  • Frank Dessing (Talent Manager at Shell, the Netherlands)
  • Carla Martin Clave ( Engineering Geologist at Jacobs, UK)
  • Vladimir Shipilin (Exploration Geophysicist at Geological Survey of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
  • Clémence Manhes (YP at TotalEnergies, France)
  • Lucile Chatelan (intern sponsored by TotalEnergies, France)

5  July, Company Start-ups 


  • Peter Haffinger – Co-founder and Technical Director of Delft Inversion, The Netherlands / Germany
  • Jonny Everett – Entrepreneur First Programme Manager & Entrepreneur In Residence, France

26 May 2021, Student Chapter Cooperation


  • Markus Bäßler – SC Free University Berlin, Germany
  • Muhammad Danial Bin Mohammad Asmady – SC Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia
  • Johno van IJsseldijk – SC Delft University, The Netherlands
24 March 2021, Hit the Road: Geoscience Careers in Infrastructure and the Built Environment


  • Innes Hamilton  – AECOM, United Kingdom
  • Guro Skurdal – EMerald Geomodelling, Norway
  • Joost Gevaert – Arup, Spain

3 March 2021, Working together, apart: how to work in online teams effectively


  • Johana Nevito – IFP School, France
  • Irvin Heriberto Carmona Díaz –  the Mexican Institute of Petroleum, Mexico   
  • Erick Emanuel Luna Rojero – the Mexican Institute of Petroleum, Mexico
  • Mahdi Bakhtbidar –  University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Patricia Cabello López – University of Barcelona, Spain

10 December 2020, How has Covid-19 affected your academic work and career outlooks? Will it have a lasting effect on the way we learn and network? with:

  • Alexander Jüstel – RWTH Aachen, Germany
  • Myrna Staring – Fugro, The Netherlands
  • Valérie Krampe – ETH Zürich, Switzerland
  • Rumbidzai Nhunduru – Heriot-Watt University, UK

5 October 2020, Do you GE(E)T it? Geoscience, Engineering, and the Energy Transition, pt. 2, with:

  • Marco Anuña – Grupo ICE, Costa Rica
  • Oscar Llamosa – AGEOCOL, Colombia
  • Eduardo Lopez – Ecopetrol, Colombia
  • Stephanie Tavares – Federal University Fluminense (UFF), Brazil

11 September 2020, Going for Gold: mineral exploration and career development, with:

  • Michael Westgate – University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Florencia Balestrini – the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
  • Tatiana Pertuz – Uppsala University, Sweden

10 August, Bridging the Gap 2.0, with:

  • Alexander Juestel, RWTH Aachen, Germany
  • Shahdad Ghassemzadeh, University of Adelaide, Australia
  • Sathes Kumar, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia

6 July, Do you GE(E)T it? Geoscience, Engineering, and the Energy Transition, pt. 1, with:

  • Maximilian Haas – CERN / Montanuniversität Leoben, Switzerland / Austria
  • Santika Satya Widita – Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
  • Carla Martin Clave – University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

4 June, Ready, Set, GO! Best (and worst) practices kickstarting your career, with:

  • Larry Sandoval – Total, France
  • Sebastian Uhleman – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California, USA
  • Axel Tcheheumeni Djanni – EMGS, Norway

30 April, How to Connect in Time of Self-Isolation? with:

  • Alexander Jüstel – RWTH Aachen, Germany
  • Ibrahim Maarof – National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Nawal de Freslon – Beicip-Franlab & President of Local Chapter Paris, France
  • Nombusa Maduna – University of the Witwatersrand, South Afthe 

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