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Student Chapters

Find your EAGE Student Chapter

Student Chapters

Find your EAGE Student Chapter

Student Chapters are a key element of the EAGE student offering and can be found all over globe. If you are a student, make sure to touch base with the student chapter at your university! If there’s no chapter at your university yet, why not lead the creation of one yourself? We are currently accepting applications from universities for 2023.

All EAGE Student Chapters should submit two reports and a 1 minute Chapter video to EAGE:

Item  Date
 EAGE Online GeoQuiz registration 8 March Р8 April
 EAGE Online GeoQuiz10 April
EAGE Student Chapter mid-submission 9 May
EAGE Student Chapter Annual Report 2023 31 January 2024


The annual- report 2023

The report and overview should be submitted by 31 January 2024.

Make sure that the overview does not include any new information that is not described in the report.

The first review will be done by the Community Manager. The second review will be done by the Student Affairs Committee. Based on these reviews the Best Student Chapter for 2023 will be selected!


The Annual- report includes a description of (if apply):

1. Membership

  • Number of EAGE members in the Student Chapter (in an overview,
    including names).
  • List of Chapter Officers
  • Contact details
  • Chapter website/webpage/social network
  • Chapter sponsor(s), if any

2. Activity overview (organized between  January 2023 РDecember 2023):

  • Number of events
  • Number of speakers
  • Number of participants
  • Number of international lecturers
  • An annual general assembly
  • Financial support (local) companies (amount)
  • EAGE financial support (amount)
  • Cooperation with other student chapters/local chapters

3. Participation EAGE events:

  • Include (approximate) number of Student Chapter members participating.
  • If applicable: include number or student participants in EAGE Student activities.

4. Publications about Student Chapter activities (January -December 2023)

  • First Break or EAGE Student newsletter
  • Local journals
  • International journals
  • Newspapers/newsletter
  • Own website

5. Remarks/other activities – if you organize any other activities or projects, highlight those in this section

6. Proposed Student Chapter activities for January ‚Äď December 2024

7. What distinguishes your Student Chapter (why should you receive the Best Student
Chapter Prize 2023?) Max. 250 words.

Student Chapter Video
You can present your Chapter by designing a video that shows the chapter and/or your activities. Please note this video can be published on the social media and  the EAGE website if the quality and the content are acceptable.

Requirements the Video:

Format of the video: avi format is the most advisable but any easily playable format will be fine. If the video does not work you will be contacted directly. The maximum length of the video is 1 minute.

You video will be shown on the EAGE Community hub at the EAGE Annual Conference, so make sure to select the most important details that you want to emphasize!

You should use the original logos from EAGE, your Student Chapter Logo and university logo. If you do not have the EAGE logos with high resolution please request by

Submit your report

Federal University of Technology Minna, Niger State
Niger, Nigeria

Federal University of Technology Akura
Lagos, Nigeria

Istanbul Technical University
Istanbul, Turkey

Al-Azhar University
Cairo, Egypt

Delta State University
Abraka, Nigeria

Ebonyi State University
Abakaliki, Nigeria

University of Kasdi Merbah Ouargla
Ouargla, Algeria

University of the Witwatersrand
Johannesburg, South Africa

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University
Lapai, Nigeria

Suez University
Zagazig, Egypt

University of Lagos
Ikeja, Nigeria

University of Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt, Nigeria

University of the Witwatersrand
Johannesburg, South Africa

University of The Witwatersrand
Durban, South Africa

Kyoto University
Kyoto, Japan

Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai
Mumbai, India

Dhaka University
Shahbag, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Curtin University
Bentley, Australia

Indian School of Mines
Kadapa, India

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
Thane, India

Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Indian School of Mines (Ism) Dhanbad, India

Univeristy of Brawijaya
Jakarta, Indonesia

University of Barishal
Barishal, Bangladesh

Indian Institute Of Technology Kanpur
Kanpur, India

Universitas Brawijaya Student Chapter
Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia

Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Universiti Malaya
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Curtin University of Technology
Perth, Kensington, Australia

AGH – University of Science and Technology
Szczecin, Poland

Aix-Marseille University
Marseille, France

IFP School Rueil-Malmaison, France

Freie Universität Berlin
Berlin, Germany

University of Naples Federico II
Naples, Italy

University of Miskolc
Miskolc, Hungary

Delft University of Technology – TU Delft
Delft, Netherlands

National University of Ireland, Galway
Galway, Ireland

RWTH Aachen University
Aachen, Germany

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

Teesside University
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Freiberg, Germany

UniLaSalle Beauvais
Guerfand, France

Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

University of Aberdeen
Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Khazar University Baku, Azerbaijan

University of Lorraine
Nancy, France

University of Potsdam
Potsdam, Germany

University of Strasbourg Strasbourg, France

Autonomous University of Carmen
Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico

Federal University of Bahia
Salvador, Brazil

Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Las Choapas, Mexico

Mexican Petroleum Institute
Mexico City, Mexico

National Polytechnic University (IPN)
Tlaxcala, Mexico

Universidad de la Rep√ļblica Uruguay
Montevideo, Uruguay

National University of La Plata
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Observatório Nacional
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Fluminense Federal University
São Gonçalo, Brazil

Universidad Autónoma del Carmen
Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico

Universidad de los andes
Bogot√°, Colombia

Universidad Eafit
Medellin, Colombia

Universidad Industrial De Santander
Bucaramanga, Colombia

Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Bogota, Colombia

Universidad Autónoma del Carmen
Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico

Universidad de America
Bogot√° D.C., Colombia

Universidad Nacional De Colombia (sede Medellin)
Medellin, Colombia

Universidad Nacional de San Agust√≠n de Arequipa, Per√ļ. (UNSA).
Arequipa,¬† Per√ļ

Universidad de la Rep√ļblica Uruguay
Montevideo, Uruguay

Universidad Mayor
Providencia, Chile

Universidad Pedagógica Y Tecnológica De Colombia Sogamoso, Colombia

Universidade Federal Fluminense
Niterói, Brazil

Kuwait University
Kuwait, Kuwait

Petroleum University of Technology
Islamshahr/Tehran, Iran

University of Tehran
Tehran, Iran


Khalifa University
Abu Dhabi , United Arab Emirates

Khazar University Baku, Azerbaijan

Petroleum University of Technology Abadan
Teheran, Iran

University of Calgary
Calgary, Canada

Colorado School of Mines
Golden, United States


Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, Canada


University of Alberta
Edmonton, Canada




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.