24 March, 2022
Students currently working on their end of years research projects or dissertation
have a valuable tool available to them – EAGE Student Membership! You may know
EAGE from it’s conferences and workshops, but did you know student memberships
provide access to a wealth of peer-reviewed knowledge?
EarthDoc is EAGE’s database of proceedings and journal publications, providing
members with tens of thousands of titles to cross reference, best practices and
As we know how important access to information is, EAGE students members have
full access to proceedings, as well as an EAGE journal of their choice. This is also
available for students enrolled in the membership grants programme – made possible
by the EAGE Student Fund.
You can learn more about how EAGE membership can work for you at EAGE.org/welcome.
10 March 2022
The EAGE Annual Conference & Exhibition in June is one of the highlights of the year. Not only
for professionals, but also students. After all, for many the EAGE annual meetings are a first
taste of what international conferences and exhibitions are like.
The EAGE Student Fund plays a key role in making this opportunity available to students.
The activities at the Annual, such as the EAGE GeoQuiz, student chapter meetings and Laurie
Dake Challenge finals are all the product of our mission to help students bridge the gap between
their studies and the start of their careers.
In order to make our work possible, we rely on donations from companies as well as the EAGE
community. Since the inception of our organization, we’ve been able to help thousands of
students from dozens of countries.
If you want to support the future of geoscience and engineering, please consider donating to the
EAGE Student Fund today. Individuals can do so directly. If you represent a company, please reach
out to us to learn more about our opportunities for corporate support of our mission.
Thank you very much for you interests and donations in advance.
9 February 2022
Student-led conferences are back! On 3 and 4 May, the EAGE Student Chapter in
Uppsala, Sweden is leading the organization of the YP and Student Meeting. Today’s
blog post is therefore dedicated to this upcoming meeting focussing on the energy
transition and career advancement.
Energy transition: A change driven by young professionals
We are living in the era of the energy transition and YPs are and will play a major role
in this challenging task. It is important to educate and direct research towards green
and sustainable energy, and raw materials as means of securing our energy supply and
YPs will be part of the technology transfer and exchange to achieve optimal methodology
and solutions to meet the energy needs in the following decade. We want to tackle topics
such as waste and energy management, carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS),
geothermal and thermal energy, raw materials and all environmental aspects and issues
raised during the energy transition and future energy consumption.
Focusing mainly on the latest developments and cutting-edge solutions in northern Europe,
the event will be hosted by Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences during
3 and 4 May 2022. We invite students and YPs from the region and beyond to present their
ideas and works on energy transition topics in the format of a Rapid-Fire talk*. Requirement
for the participation is a short abstract (max. 300 words) including title, authors and
affiliations and key words.
Welcome to Uppsala!
A cornerstone of the activities the EAGE Student Fund supports are related to
EAGE Student Chapters. Student Chapters can be established by students
themselves and are affiliated to the university they are enrolled at. Doing so comes
with a range of interesting benefits, only available for student chapters.
Student Chapters will have the opportunity to connect with EAGE – and each other –
through our Student e-Summits. The e-Summits will be organized four times per year
and will provide a platform for student chapter interaction.
Student Chapters renewing before 1 March have the opportunity to join our
Online Geoquiz, available only to student chapter teams.
We also provide support for grass root up student activities undertaken by our student
chapters. This could be financial support for your meeting, or visibility.
Finally, student chapters will have up to 15 membership to allocate annually to those
member of their chapter – a great way to secure your EAGE renewal!
You should check whether your university has a student chapter first. An overview is
of this is available here. If your university doesn’t have an (active) chapter, you can
establish one today!
5 January 2022
Happy new year everyone!
Are you starting your studies in geoscience and engineering this year?
Or quite possibly you’re working towards your graduation in a couple
of month? Whether you are at the start of your academic career or about
to enter the workforce, ensure to tap into the opportunities provided by
the EAGE Student Fund to enrich your studies and make the start of your
career as powerful as possible.
Did you know the EAGE Student Fund provides support for students across
the globe? Since its foundation in 2009 thousands of students received
support from the Fund through our student membership support programmes,
educational offerings or through their participation in the Laurie Dake Challenge.
The EAGE Student Fund is a Dutch registered charity. Its work is made possible
through donations from our corporate and individuals donors – all part of the
geoscience & engineering community. If you would like to support our mission, you
can do so today! Thank you very much in advance for your support.
17 December, 2021
The 2022 Laurie Dake challenge application date is almost upon us
– all applications need to be in by 21 December in order to secure
your team’s participation. Students interested in participating can still
The 2022 Laurie Dake Challenge is supported by Repsol and will include
a case study situated in the Gulf of Cadiz. Team should consist of 3-5
student participants. Pro tip: ensure your team represents various
We’re excited to announce the 2022 edition of the Laurie Dake Challenge.
The long term team challenge, in which university teams need to come up
with a integrated approach to field development, is accepting applications
until 21 December.
This year’s challenge dataset has been provided by Repsol and is situated
just off the Southern edge of the Iberian peninsula in the Gulf of Cadiz. Each
team registered will receive access to the dataset.
Students and universities interested in participating can learn more about
the challenge and application procedure at the EAGE website.
23 November 2021
The EAGE Student Fund relies on donations from the geoscience
community to keep out activities going. This December, we’re therefore
actively looking for end of year donations to help us advance our mission!
In order to do so, we are looking for a number of ambassadors keen to
support our end of year giving drive.
During our Month of Giving, ambassadors act the engine behind our
campaign by supporting in one (or more) of the following ways:
Whether it is as a matched giver, fundraiser challenger or as a company
rep, if you care about the future of students we’d like to hear from you.
Get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 29 Nov and become
one of our 2021 ambassadors
27 September 2021
We’re pleased to see in-person student activities returning. The 2021 EAGE
Conference & Exhibition, on 18 – 21 October will see student activities both
in Amsterdam, as well as online. The hybrid nature of the event allows
support for the more traditional elements, and build on the new
innovations implemented in 2020 – many of these supported by the ESF!
In line with our goals to reach out to a global geoscience student audience,
we’re supporting both in-person as well as online activities. These include:
A full overview of the student activities is also available
It’s not just student activities for the ESF.
On Thursday, a special FUND-raiser is scheduled on 12:00 – 13:00 CEST.
The get-together will introduce the EAGE Student Fund and test delegates
on their knowledge of our mission in a fun way! In addition, we will be
raising funds to ensure the next generation of experts has access to our
activities and EAGE services. If you happen to be attending the EAGE
Annual Conference & Exhibition, don’t miss out.
14 September 2021
Many students are starting or returning to their studies this month. The
EAGE Student Fund will be supporting a range of activities to help them
gain access to learning resources, tap into the international community and
make the transition from university to career as smooth as possible.
This academic year we will likely see a gradual return of in-person
meetings. Other students will continue to connect online. As as result, the
Fund will support both in person activities as well as online meetings such
as our student webinar programme and e-Summits series.
Programmes organized at EAGE meetings will have a hybrid component –
including both onsite as well as online activities.
Subsurface challenges require a multi-disciplinary approach. Only by
combining a solid understanding of geology, geophysics, engineering,
modelling and geochemistry (amongst others!) can key questions be
For that reason, activities supported will span a wide range of topics,
including deep dives into geoscience as well as soft skills and future career
development. Team challenges, such as the 2022 Laurie Dake Challenge, will
be a key opportunity for students to put these skills to the test.