Minisymposium on Poroelasticity (and Rock Physics) 2023
Dear Participants of the 10th Minisymposium,
thank you very much for your visit to Pau. We appreciated the scientific exchange and discussions and your active contribution to this great event.
France is at the 7th of March on strike. The minisymposium will take place anyway!
Two times we had to postpone the Mininisymposium X due to Covid; Now we are optimistic for the third try ...
We organize the 10th (!) Poroelasticity Minisymposium on Tuesday, 7. March 2023.
It will be an informal one-day event (9:00 - 17:00) with presentations, posters, and plenty of time to elaborate and discuss new ideas and research directions. Theory, laboratory experiments and numerical investigations in the area of poroelasticity and rockphysics will be covered.
Besides the regular presentations, posters can be advertized in short 3-slides-3-minutes presentations to stimulate the discussions during the poster session.
Please let us know your contribution. Feel invited! We just need the title. Based on your inputs we will create the final program.
The venue will be the University of Pau, France: Bâtiment Science ("collège STEE"), the room is "Amphitheatre B". Find here the exact location.
We suggest to book rooms at (or nearby) the following hotel: Hotel de Gramont, Pau. However, there is no special deal with any hotel.
We will follow all regulations due to Corona strictly. Here we will update you about possible restrictions.
There is no registration fee but also no financial support.
On Monday (the day before) we will have additional activities:
- 3.30 pm : Visit of the DMEX lab, the CT scan and imaging facility. Plus a small tour around the campus, and toward the centre. Find here the exact location.
- 7.30 pm :Dinner at the restaurant "L'Aragon", city centre, by the Boulevard des Pyrenees. Find here the exact location.
Please contact Erik H. Saenger to express your interest in participating in the Poroelasticity Minisymposium or in any of the Monday-activities or for any other questions.