Nancy IAMG Student Chapter is one of the active student chapters of the International Association of Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG). The aim of this association is to "promote international cooperation in the application and use of mathematics in geological research and technology". More information about IAMG can be found on the IAMG website.

The student chapter is an active organization of IAMG student members, PhD candidates and MSc canditates, following the same purpose. Each year, the student chapter is very active throught the organization of seminars and publication in various IAMG edited journals.

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Find here the list of seminars, past and future, IAMG Student Chapter organized.

Articles published in IAMG Journals :

Find below the list of RING articles published in IAMG Journals over the past five years.


Participations to IAMG Annual Conferences :

Find below the list of RING member participations in IAMG Annual Conferences over the past five years.





Field trip in Val de Travers (Switzerland, 8th - 11th July 2017)

Eleven members of the RING Team (1 professor, 2 associate professors, 2 research engineers and 6 PhD students members of the IAMG student chapter) discovered the geology of this area. The main objectives of this trip were to discover our co workers in a different context (team building), to discover real geological objects as the team’s main focus is on their numerical representation (for example, through karsts exploration), and to create an emulation environment for scientific discussions. The IAMG Student Chapter and the RING team thank the UniNE (University of Neuchâtel) most sincerely for their participation in this memorable field trip and in its well oiled organization.

Find the report of our field trip here.

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