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Conference: August 28th - 31th 2017

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The international conference on groundwater - 150th anniversary of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, ICGW 2017 is organized by the School of Engineering, the Bogotá Young Professional Network of the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR YPN Bogotá) and with the support of the International Society For Porous Media (INTERPORE). This meeting intends to present the latest advances in several topics to the academic and professional community via lectures given by invited professors, oral presentations and poster pressings. The industrial sector can link up with the conference either in a trade show or as sponsor of the lectures.

KEYNOTE LECTURES

Impact of wettability on two-phase displacement and fracture in porous media: from pore to field

RUBEN JUANES, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Multiphase flow in porous media is important in many natural and industrial processes, including geologic CO2 sequestration, enhanced oil recovery, water infiltration into soil, and methane venting from submerged organic-rich sediments. Although it is well known that the wetting properties of porous media can vary drastically depending on the type of media and pore fluids, the effect of wettability on multiphase flow continues to challenge our microscopic and macroscopic descriptions. Here, I present two recent results from (1) a microfluidic flow cell study that demonstrates the powerful control of wettability on multiphase flow in porous media, and (2) a granular-pack Hele-Shaw cell study that shows that the wetting properties exert a strong, non-monotonic impact on fracture morphology, and potential implications on hydraulic fracture operations in low permeability formations.

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Microbial dynamics in coupled surface-groundwater systems

AARON PACKMAN, Northwestern University

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Microorganisms influence extremely diverse processes in surface and groundwater systems, including the permeability of porous media, the properties of grain surfaces, and biogeochemical transformations. Microbial activity is typically greatest at interfaces between surface waters and groundwaters, in regions of high physical, chemical, and biological gradients. I will illustrate the unique physical-biological couplings that control microbial dynamics and biogeochemical transformations at river-groundwater interfaces. I will then present observations and theory relating microbial dynamics across the river-groundwater continuum in the context of pathogen transmission in agricultural landscapes. Finally, I will discuss complex coupled dynamics associated with microbial growth and metabolism at surface-groundwater interfaces, and identify coupling and feedback processes that are likely to be generally important but remain poorly understood.

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Applied Hydrogeology to Mining

ROGER BECKIE, University of British Columbia

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The quality and quantity of drainage from waste-rock piles at mine sites is difficult to predict and uncertain because the fundamental hydrologic and geochemical processes are poorly understood. This prediction uncertainty represents a risk and potential future liability for mine operators. Our group has been working to develop a framework to predict the quantity and quality of drainage from waste rock that can be used to guide management and disposal strategies. The problem is challenging because drainage quantity and quality is controlled by complex interactions of physical and geochemical processes that occur over many spatial and temporal scales. The analysis is further complicated by the strong physical and chemical heterogeneity of waste rock and climatic factors. Mine waste-rock particles typically vary in size, texture, and permeability. The waste rock and is commonly placed on the original ground surface in large unsaturated piles (botaderos) that are tens to hundreds of meters in height. The two principal water flow mechanisms in waste rock are matrix flow through finer-grained pathways and preferential flow through higher-permeability pathways and macropores. Slower flow through the matrix leads to longer residence times and greater contact with the more geochemically reactive fine-grained fraction. Preferential flow results in shorter residence times and can bring relatively low-concentration water to base of the pile. Poor quality drainage is most often produced by sulfide minerals that oxidize when exposed to oxygen and water, producing acidity, sulfate, and metals. The pH of the drainage can range from neutral to acidic, depending upon the type and distribution of acid-buffering minerals and mineral reaction rates. The rate of oxidation and release of elements to solution is controlled not only by biogeochemical factors such as mineral type, and microbial action, but also by physical factors that affect the transport of mass and energy within the system. The oxidation of sulfide minerals releases heat that can drive gas flow and if sufficiently vigorous can create anaerobic conditions within the waste. It is this coupling of physical and chemical processes, obscured by strong heterogeneity of the material, which has confounded prediction efforts. The drainage prediction problem is typically addressed using a combination of empirical testing and quantitative analysis. Testing approaches range from low-cost laboratory analyses on small samples to large field-scale experiments that can run for years. Quantitative modeling is often used to integrate test results and extrapolate them to make the long-time scale predictions required for operational planning and permitting.

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Stochastic simulation of soil particle-size curves in heterogeneous aquifer systems through a Bayes space approach

ALBERTO GUADAGNINI, Politècnico di Milano

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We address recent advances in the geostatistical analysis and stochastic simulation of soil particle-size curves (PSCs) in heterogeneous aquifers. Unlike approaches that focus solely on a few selected features of PSCs (e.g., selected quantiles), the approach we present is conducive to (a) kriged estimates or (b) stochastic realizations of the spatial distribution of entire particle-size curves. The study is viewed in the context of field works yielding observations which can be rendered in the form of heterogeneous and high-dimensional data. In this context, we take advantage of the increasing availability of sedimentological characterizations in the form of functional or distributional data (e.g., cumulative distribution or probability density functions). We treat these types of information within a theoretical framework which considers available observations as object data and illustrate here our analyses keyed to a geostatistical characterization of the spatial distribution of functional compositions in heterogeneous systems. The work is motivated by the idea of providing predictions and uncertainty assessment of the three-dimensional spatial distribution of particle-size curves within heterogeneous alluvial aquifers. We focus here on the problem of prediction (i.e., Kriging) and stochastic simulation of these types of data. The approach we illustrate provides us with the ability to project the entire information content embedded within the data onto a computational grid, with the final aim of characterizing unsampled locations in the system. We document the results of a field application relying on a set of particle-size curves collected through sieve-analysis at a well-documented test site and discuss possibilities for a broad range of environmental and industrial applications.

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Numerical Modeling of groundwater flow, solute transport and heat transfer in porous geological media

DANIELA BLESSENT, Universidad de Medellín

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Modeling of groundwater flow through geological porous media is a useful tool in environmental, geological, and civil engineering for a better understanding of hydrogeological systems, for prediction of their future behavior, and for the assessment of sustainable exploitation of groundwater resources. This talk will present the results of finite element numerical modeling in different contexts. The main goal is to show the wide range of applications of groundwater flow modeling, even in complex porous media. Case studies described here will include saturated and variably-saturated flow in mining waste, solute transport in heterogeneous porous media, coupled surface-subsurface flow, and heat transfer in geothermal reservoirs. These examples will offer an overview of numerical modeling capabilities, including alternative conceptual models, depending on the complexity of geological porous media.

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Reservoir simulations and management under uncertainty

DANIEL TARTAKOVSKY, Standford University

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Nonlinear parabolic equations with uncertain (random) coefficients play an important role in science and engineering, including geosciences where they are used to describe multiphase flow in heterogeneous porous media. We review several alternative probabilistic approaches for uncertainty quantification (UQ) in such problems, including stochastic collocation (SC) strategies---the current method of choice in the UQ community---and other techniques based on a spectral decomposition of state variables in the probability space. We demonstrate that the performance of SC is strongly tied to the way the stochastic properties of the random input parameters affect the regularity of the systems' stochastic response in the probability space. If random input fields have low variance and large correlation lengths, SC strategies are competitive against alternative uncertainty quantification methods, such as Monte Carlo simulations (MCS). Increasing variance affects the regularity of the stochastic response, requiring higher-order quadrature rules to accurately approximate the moments of interest, thus increasing the overall computational cost beyond that of MCS. We develop reduced complexity models, which yield closed-form semi-analytical expressions for the single- and multi-point probability density functions (PDFs) of the state variables. These solutions enable us to investigate the relative importance of uncertainty in various input parameters (e.g., hydraulic soil properties) and the effects of their cross-correlation. Our simulation results demonstrate the reduced complexity models provide conservative estimates of predictive uncertainty.

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PROGRAM

Activities

The scientific program for the conference will cover three days (Monday’s afternoon until Thursday’s midday) each one with the following activities:

  • Two lectures of 60 minutes each.
  • Oral sessions of 15 minutes.
  • Poster presentatios.

A prize awarding will be held for best poster and best oral session.

The INTERPORE COLOMBIA chapter will be launched on the first conference day. In this session, lectures given by two invited Colombian researchers will be held and it will be presented research work from students interested with simulation of phenomena in porous media.

SUBMISSIONS

 ABSTRACTS SUBMISSIONS (Until April 28th, 2017)

The abstract’s submission has to be made throught the next Link.

Check the steps for the abstracts submissions:

STEP 1: Select the topic of your work

# Topic
1 Sustainable groundwater management
2 Aquifer and vadose zone monitoring
3 Subsurface contamination and remediation
4 Land use and vulnerability
5 Risk and uncertainty analysis in the decision-making process for sustainable development
6 Underground space use
7 Unsaturated zone
8 Surface-subsurface water interaction
9 Coupled flow
10 Transport and biogeochemical processes
11 Upscaling
12 Aquifer storage and recovery
13 Flow and transport modeling
14 Management under uncertainty

STEP 2: Abstract

The abstracts must be submitted in English or Spanish and must be no longer than 250 words. The abstracts must be sent through the application website between October 28, 2016 and April 28, 2017. The Scientific Committee will evaluate the abstracts and no later than April 30 2017 the notification to the authors will be sent specifing if their work has been accepted and whether to present it in form of short lecture or poster mode.

Notes: Only 2 papers will be received by the author.

If you have any problem with your abstract submission, please write us to icgw2017_nal@unal.edu.co with the subjetc Abstract Submission.

CONFERENCE COURSES

Here you will find the courses to be offered in the ICGW2017.

Realization of these courses is conditioned to the number of registered.

Geoelectrical Studies

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GEOELECTRICAL SURVEY WORKSHOP

Lecturer: Mariano Carreño Leon

Contents

  1. Geophysical Imaging Methods
  2. Theoretical concepts of the geoelectric survey
  3. Most popular methods
    1. Electrical resistivity, SEV, trial pits and electrical tomography.
    2. Induced polarization method.
    3. Spontaneous potencial method.
  4. Electronic Devices
    1. Wenner Device.
    2. Schlumberger Device.
    3. Dipole-dipole Device.
  5. Study Cases

Duration

1 day

Room

A room for twenty people is available for the Geoelectrical survey Workshop.

Cost

Group Cost(COP)
Undergraduated Students 70 000
Graduated Students 100 000
Professionals 140 000

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VENUE

Bogota is the capital of Colombia and is placed in the eastern side of the Andes mountain system, at an average of 2600 meters above the sea level. The average temperature is 14°C and between August and September the weather is dry. 

Bogotá has a lot of turistic places like Jose Celestino Mutis Botanic Garden, the Gold Museum, the Quinta de Bolivar, the Candelaria quarter, the Simón Bolivar Park, Maloka and the Sabana train. Near of Bogota are located touristic places such as the Salt Cathedral, the Guatavita laggon, the Jaime Duque Park and the Calera viewpoints. 

If you would like to know more about tourism in Bogotá, follow the next link.

If you are interested in tourism in Colombia, follow the next link.

Hotel

The conference will be hold at the Wyndham Hotel of Bogotá. The Wyndham Bogotá Art Hotel is a luxury hotel inspired by the local young art.

It is located at the Capital Towers Business Complex, a few steps from the American Embassy and in front of the National Prosecutor’s Office, 15 minutes away from El Dorado International Airport and very close to the International Business and Exhibitions Center CORFERIAS; the hotel is also relatively close to the principal malls and emblematic places of the city like the Gold Museum and the Bolivar Square.

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COMMITTEES

Organizing Committee

NAME INSTITUTION
Leonardo David Donado Garzón Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Eduardo Francisco Castro Alcalá Exponent Consulting SAS
Lina Sofía Amaya Toro Exponent Consulting SAS
Luis Fernando Silva Vargas Exponent Consulting SAS
Luis Camilo Suescún Casallas Exponent Consulting SAS
Diana Catalina Jimenez Torres Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Rafael Leonardo Sandoval Pabón Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Boris Jose Lara Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Carolina Dueñas Berrocal Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Edwin Y. Saavedra Cifuentes Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Paula Solarte Blandon Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Maria Cristina Arenas Universidad Nacional de Colombia

REGISTRATION

Assistance

KEYDATES

Deadline for Abstracts Submission modified to April 28th, 2017

Call for abstracts:  28th October, 2016

Abstract submission deadline: 31st March, 2017

Conference: 28th - 31th August 2017

CONTACT

If you want more information please write to the mail icgw2017_nal@unal.edu.co.

SPONSORS

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INICIO

Evento: Del 28 al 31 de agosto del 2017

Registro

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La Conferencia Internacional de Aguas Subterráneas – Sesquicentenario de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia ICGW 2017, organizado por la Facultad de Ingeniería de la Sede Bogotá y el capítulo Bogotá de la Red de profesionales Jóvenes de la Asociación Internacional de Ingeniería e Investigación Hidroambiental (YPN IAHR Bogotá), con el auspicio de la Sociedad Internacional de Medios Porosos (INTERPORE), es un evento que busca presentar a la comunidad académica y profesional, los últimos avances en las diversas temáticas, en un único auditorio a través de conferencias magistrales de profesores invitados, ponencias orales y ponencias en posters. El sector industrial e institucional podrá vincularse con stands en una muestra comercial o como patrocinador de las conferencias magistrales.

CONFERENCIAS MAGISTRALES

Impact of wettability on two-phase displacement and fracture in porous media: from pore to field

RUBEN JUANES, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Microbial dynamics in coupled surface-groundwater systems

AARON PACKMAN, Northwestern University

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Applied Hydrogeology to Mining

ROGER BECKIE, University of British Columbia

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The quality and quantity of drainage from waste-rock piles at mine sites is difficult to predict and uncertain because the fundamental hydrologic and geochemical processes are poorly understood. This prediction uncertainty represents a risk and potential future liability for mine operators. Our group has been working to develop a framework to predict the quantity and quality of drainage from waste rock that can be used to guide management and disposal strategies. The problem is challenging because drainage quantity and quality is controlled by complex interactions of physical and geochemical processes that occur over many spatial and temporal scales. The analysis is further complicated by the strong physical and chemical heterogeneity of waste rock and climatic factors. Mine waste-rock particles typically vary in size, texture, and permeability. The waste rock and is commonly placed on the original ground surface in large unsaturated piles (botaderos) that are tens to hundreds of meters in height. The two principal water flow mechanisms in waste rock are matrix flow through finer-grained pathways and preferential flow through higher-permeability pathways and macropores. Slower flow through the matrix leads to longer residence times and greater contact with the more geochemically reactive fine-grained fraction. Preferential flow results in shorter residence times and can bring relatively low-concentration water to base of the pile. Poor quality drainage is most often produced by sulfide minerals that oxidize when exposed to oxygen and water, producing acidity, sulfate, and metals. The pH of the drainage can range from neutral to acidic, depending upon the type and distribution of acid-buffering minerals and mineral reaction rates. The rate of oxidation and release of elements to solution is controlled not only by biogeochemical factors such as mineral type, and microbial action, but also by physical factors that affect the transport of mass and energy within the system. The oxidation of sulfide minerals releases heat that can drive gas flow and if sufficiently vigorous can create anaerobic conditions within the waste. It is this coupling of physical and chemical processes, obscured by strong heterogeneity of the material, which has confounded prediction efforts. The drainage prediction problem is typically addressed using a combination of empirical testing and quantitative analysis. Testing approaches range from low-cost laboratory analyses on small samples to large field-scale experiments that can run for years. Quantitative modeling is often used to integrate test results and extrapolate them to make the long-time scale predictions required for operational planning and permitting.

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Stochastic simulation of soil particle-size curves in heterogeneous aquifer systems through a Bayes space approach

ALBERTO GUADAGNINI, Politècnico di Milano

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We address recent advances in the geostatistical analysis and stochastic simulation of soil particle-size curves (PSCs) in heterogeneous aquifers. Unlike approaches that focus solely on a few selected features of PSCs (e.g., selected quantiles), the approach we present is conducive to (a) kriged estimates or (b) stochastic realizations of the spatial distribution of entire particle-size curves. The study is viewed in the context of field works yielding observations which can be rendered in the form of heterogeneous and high-dimensional data. In this context, we take advantage of the increasing availability of sedimentological characterizations in the form of functional or distributional data (e.g., cumulative distribution or probability density functions). We treat these types of information within a theoretical framework which considers available observations as object data and illustrate here our analyses keyed to a geostatistical characterization of the spatial distribution of functional compositions in heterogeneous systems. The work is motivated by the idea of providing predictions and uncertainty assessment of the three-dimensional spatial distribution of particle-size curves within heterogeneous alluvial aquifers. We focus here on the problem of prediction (i.e., Kriging) and stochastic simulation of these types of data. The approach we illustrate provides us with the ability to project the entire information content embedded within the data onto a computational grid, with the final aim of characterizing unsampled locations in the system. We document the results of a field application relying on a set of particle-size curves collected through sieve-analysis at a well-documented test site and discuss possibilities for a broad range of environmental and industrial applications.

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Numerical Modeling of groundwater flow, solute transport and heat transfer in porous geological media

DANIELA BLESSENT, Universidad de Medellín

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Modeling of groundwater flow through geological porous media is a useful tool in environmental, geological, and civil engineering for a better understanding of hydrogeological systems, for prediction of their future behavior, and for the assessment of sustainable exploitation of groundwater resources. This talk will present the results of finite element numerical modeling in different contexts. The main goal is to show the wide range of applications of groundwater flow modeling, even in complex porous media. Case studies described here will include saturated and variably-saturated flow in mining waste, solute transport in heterogeneous porous media, coupled surface-subsurface flow, and heat transfer in geothermal reservoirs. These examples will offer an overview of numerical modeling capabilities, including alternative conceptual models, depending on the complexity of geological porous media.

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Unconfirmed - Reservoir simulations and management under uncertainty

DANIEL TARTAKOVSKY, Standford University

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Nonlinear parabolic equations with uncertain (random) coefficients play an important role in science and engineering, including geosciences where they are used to describe multiphase flow in heterogeneous porous media. We review several alternative probabilistic approaches for uncertainty quantification (UQ) in such problems, including stochastic collocation (SC) strategies---the current method of choice in the UQ community---and other techniques based on a spectral decomposition of state variables in the probability space. We demonstrate that the performance of SC is strongly tied to the way the stochastic properties of the random input parameters affect the regularity of the systems' stochastic response in the probability space. If random input fields have low variance and large correlation lengths, SC strategies are competitive against alternative uncertainty quantification methods, such as Monte Carlo simulations (MCS). Increasing variance affects the regularity of the stochastic response, requiring higher-order quadrature rules to accurately approximate the moments of interest, thus increasing the overall computational cost beyond that of MCS. We develop reduced complexity models, which yield closed-form semi-analytical expressions for the single- and multi-point probability density functions (PDFs) of the state variables. These solutions enable us to investigate the relative importance of uncertainty in various input parameters (e.g., hydraulic soil properties) and the effects of their cross-correlation. Our simulation results demonstrate the reduced complexity models provide conservative estimates of predictive uncertainty.

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Unconfirmed

ILENIA BATTIATO, Stanford University

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PROGRAMA

Actividades

El programa científico de la conferencia consiste en tres días (Desde el lunes en la tarde hasta el jueves a medio día) cada uno de los cuales tendrá las siguientes actividades:

  • Dos conferencias magistrales de 60 minutos cada una.
  • Presentaciones orales de 15 minutos cada una.
  • Sesión de poster.

Un premio será entregado a la mejor presentación oral y en poster.

El capitulo de INTERPORE COLOMBIA será lanzado en el primer día del evento. En esta sesión seran dadas conferencias por dos investigadores colombianos y se presentarán trabajos de investigación de estudiantes interesados en la simulación de fenomenos en medio poroso.

ENVÍOS

 ENVÍO DE RESUMENES (Hasta abril 28 del 2017)

El envío de resúmenes debe hacerse a través del siguiente Link.

Revise los pasos para el envío de resúmenes:

PASO 1: Seleccione el tema de su trabajo

# Tema
1 Manejo sostenible de aguas subterráneas
2 Monitoreo de acuíferos y zona vadosa
3 Contaminación y remediación subsuperficial
4 Vulnerabilidad y uso de suelos
5 Análisis de incertidumbre y riesgo en los procesos de toma de decisiones para el desarrollo sostenible
6 Uso del espacio subterráneo
7 Zona No Saturada
8 Interacción Agua Superficial – Agua Subterránea
9 Flujo Acoplado
10 Transporte y procesos biogeoquímicos
11 Escalamiento (Upscaling)
12 Almacenamiento y recuperación de acuíferos
13 Modelación de flujo y transporte
14 Gestión bajo incertidumbre

PASO 2: Resumen

Los resúmenes deben ser enviados en inglés o en español y no deben exceder las 250 palabras. Los resúmenes pueden ser enviados a través del aplicativo entre el 28 de octubre del 2016 y el 28 de abril del 2017. El comité científico evaluará los resúmenes y a más tardar el 30 de abril del 2017 será enviada la notificación a los autores especificando si su trabajo ha sido aceptado y si debe ser presentado en forma de presentación oral o en póster.

Notas: Solo 2 resúmenes serán recibidos por cada cuota de inscripción.

si tiene algun problema con el envío de su resumen, por favor escribanos a icgw2017_nal@unal.edu.co con el asunto "envío de resumen".

CURSOS DEL CONGRESO

A continuación encontrará información sobre los cursos que se dictarán en el marco del ICGW 2017.

La realización de estos cursos está supeditada a un mínimo de inscripciones.

Geoelectrical Studies

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CURSO TALLER DE GEOELÉCTRICA

Conferencista: Mariano Carreño Leon

Contenido

  1. Métodos de exploración
  2. Conceptos teóricos de la geoelectrica
  3. Métodos eléctricos más populares
    1. Resistividad eléctrica, SEV, calicatas eléctricas y tomografía eléctrica.
    2. Método de polarización inducida.
    3. Método del potencial espontaneo.
  4. Dispositivos electrónicos
    1. Dispositivo Wenner.
    2. Dispositivo Schlumberger.
    3. Dispositivo dipolo dipolo.
  5. Casos de estudio

Duración

1 día

Cupos

Se ofrece un máximo de 20 cupos para la realización del curso taller de geoeléctrica.

Costos

Grupo Costo(COP)
Estudiantes de Pregrado 70 000
Estudiantes de Posgrado 100 000
Profesionales 140 000

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SEDE DEL EVENTO Y HOTELES

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Bogotá es la capital de Colombia, esta localizada en el costado occidental de la cordillera de los Andes a 2600 metros sobre el nivel del mar. La temperatura promedio es 14°C y entre agosto y septiembre predomina el tiempo seco. 

Bogotá tiene varios lugares turisticos dentro de los que se encuentran el Jardín Botánico José Celestino Mutis, el museo del oro, la quinta de Bolivar, la Candelaria, el parque Simón Bolivar, Maloka y el tren de la Sabana. Cerca de Bogotá quedan otros lugares turisticos tales como la Catedral de Sal, la Laguna de Guatavita, el Parque Jaime Duque y los miradores de la Calera. 

Si quiere saber más del turismo en Bogotá, puede encontrar información en el siguiente link.

Si quiere saber más del turismo en Colombia, puede encontrar información en el siguiente link.

Hotel

El evento será llevado a cabo en el Hotel Wyndham de Bogotá. El hotel Wyndham Bogotá Art es un hotel de lujo inspirado en el arte joven de la ciudad.

Ubicado en el Centro Empresarial Capital Towers a pocos pasos de La Embajada Americana y frente a la Fiscalía general de la Nación, a 15 minutos del aeropuerto internacional El Dorado y muy cerca a ÁGORA, el Centro Internacional de Negocios y Exposiciones Corferias, al igual que de los principales centros comerciales y lugares emblemáticos de nuestra ciudad como el Museo del Oro y la Plaza de Bolívar.

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COMITÉS

Comité Organizador

NOMBRE INSTITUCIÓN
Leonardo David Donado Garzón Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Eduardo Francisco Castro Alcalá Exponent Consulting SAS
Lina Sofía Amaya Toro Exponent Consulting SAS
Luis Fernando Silva Vargas Exponent Consulting SAS
Luis Camilo Suescún Casallas Exponent Consulting SAS
Diana Catalina Jimenez Torres Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Rafael Leonardo Sandoval Pabón Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Boris Jose Lara Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Carolina Dueñas Berrocal Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Edwin Y. Saavedra Cifuentes Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Paula Solarte Blandon Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Maria Cristina Arenas Universidad Nacional de Colombia

REGISTRO

Asistencia

FECHAS IMPORTANTES

Plazo máximo para recepción de resúmenes modificado para el 28 de abril del 2017

Inicio de recepción de resúmenes: 28 de octubre del 2016

Plazo máximo recepción de resúmenes: 31 de marzo del 2017

Evento: Del 28 al 31 de agosto del 2017

CONTACTO

Su usted requiere más información por favor escribanos al correo icgw2017_nal@unal.edu.co.

PATROCINADORES

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