Learn, Collaborate, Engage! Students – Jump Start Your Career at ICE
Students, join us in London to learn, collaborate, and engage with your peers and industry experts. At ICE you will meet other students as well as veteran geologists, geophysicists, and other petroleum industry professionals from around the world. Build your knowledge and your skills while interacting with the world’s leading geoscientists.
Learn from 500+ technical presentations in more than 25 sessions with various topics relating to all aspects of our geosciences industry
Gain invaluable knowledge and insights to prepare you for future success
Exchange ideas with an array of professional geoscientists from around the world
Network to build strategic business relationships that will last a lifetime
Meet with exhibitors to see the latest innovations and emerging technologies to help your business grow and come out ahead
Receive hands on experience from field trip leaders and short course instructors that can be applied directly to your day-to-day operations
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ICE 2017 Field Trips
ICE 2017 Short Courses
Get Paid for Volunteering
Students – sign up to be a volunteer at ICE 2017 and earn US $25 for every four hours worked. Volunteers are needed in the following areas: Judges Room, Opening Ceremony, Oral & Poster Presentations, and Registration. Select the day(s) and time(s) you are available, as well as the location(s) you prefer when you register online. Volunteers must be either students or employees in the industry who are recent (2016-2017) graduates. Should you need further information, contact Terri Duncan.
Sign Up to Judge
Your participation in the judging of papers and posters is requested. This important function determines the winners of the awards listed below. Your efforts will involve judging and evaluating one or more oral or poster sessions. Sign up to judge during your registration process and indicate how many and which sessions you are willing to judge. Should you need further information, contact Terri Duncan.