EVENTS SCHEDULE

  • Pre-conference field trips

1-8 July 2019

  • IUGG Business meetings

8 July 2019

  • Scientific sessions
  •  Association and other business meetings

9-17 July inclusive

  • Opening Ceremony and Reception

July 10 2019

  • Union Lectures

11, 13, 16 July 2019

  • IUGG Award Ceremony and Reception

13 July 2019

  • Closing Ceremony

17 July 2019

  • IUGG Business meetings

18 July 2019

  • Post-conference field trips

July 18-23  2019

SOCIAL EVENTS

SOCIAL EVENTS

SOCIAL EVENTS

CANADIAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION (CGU)

UNIONS GÉOPHYSIQUE CANADIENNE (UGC)

 

The CGU Awards Banquet will be held on Thursday evening, July 11, 2019

at the Palais des Congrés, 7th Floor, Room 725 – Chapiteau (terrace)

 

Join in the celebration of this year’s award winners at the CGU Annual Awards Banquet.

For the full details on the CGU awards, visit http://cgu-ugc.ca/awards/

 

Rate:

$65 Students

$85 Participant / Guest

Cash bar will be available

Applicable taxes of 5% GST and 9.975% PST are to be added to the above rates

 

The following is the link that will bring you directly to the Social Event page to purchase your Banquet Ticket.

 

CANADIAN METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC SOCIETY (CMOS)

SOCIÉTÉ CANADIENNE DE MÉTÉOROLOGIE ET D’OCÉANOGRAPHIE (SCMO)

 

A banquet will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (19:00).

The banquet ticket per person is $100. Canadian Funds plus applicable taxes (5% GST and 9.975% QST)

Reception - Cash bar:   Will be held at the Palais des Congrès, 7th Floor, outdoor terrace (weather permitting), entrance by Room 710B.  A banquet will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (19:00).

 

The following is the link that will bring you directly to the Social Event page to purchase your Banquet Ticket.

ASSOCIATION EVENTS

  • IASPEI Dinner 2019

     

    IASPEI Dinner 2019

     

    The traditional IASPEI Dinner organized at each Scientific or General Assembly will be held this year in Montréal at the Vieux Port Steakhouse at 19:00 on Monday, 15 July 2019. The restaurant is in the old center of Montréal (39, rue Saint-Paul Est), in walking distance from the conference venue.

     

    The dinner will be a three-dish menu. As appetizer you can choose between Soup of the day and Baby greens mesclun salad, Dijon and honey vinaigrette. The main dish will be a choice between Strip loin steak New York cut, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, peppercorn sauce or Grilled salmon filet wild rice and sautéed spinach; pasta primavera will be offered as vegetarian alternative. The dessert will be Layered dark and white chocolate mousse cake with coffee or tea. The price per ticket will be CAD 80 (~ USD 60) and includes two beverages (soft drinks, wine or beer).

     

    The number of participants is limited, so, please book your seat as soon as you are coming to the Assembly. If you want to make an early reservation, please send an email to iaspei@norsar.no. Please inform also if you prefer the vegetarian choice.

     

    The tickets including the coupons for the drinks will be sold by the Secretary General in the IASPEI office.

     

  • IAPSO CENTENARY DINNER

    Dear IAPSO Scientist,

     

    Please see the attached invitation to the traditional IAPSO Dinner. This year we will be celebrating 100 years of IAPSO with a party atmosphere at L’Auberge St Gabriel, Montreal Old Town, on Friday, 12 July 2019. Since the number of tickets is limited, and to help us with the organization, please register your interest as soon as possible and, by June 20, to at

    https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=372257&

     

    Please contact iapso.sg@gmail.com if you have difficulties in registering.

    The price per ticket will be $CAD 75 for those registering until June 20, and $CAD 85 for late registrations.

     

    We do hope you will join us.

    Best wishes

     

    Best wishes,

    Stefania                                 Denise

    Secretary General               President

  • Festa Cryospherica, the IACS dinner

     

    Festa Cryospherica, the IACS dinner ($40 including tax and service charges)

     

    We welcome you to attend to the IACS dinner 'Festa Cryospherica', to be held on Friday 12th July, starting at 20.15.  The event will be held at Pub St Paul in Old Montreal on the waterfront (124 St Paul St E,Montreal).

     

    The price, which is subsidised by IACS, will include a welcome drink and 3-course meal (vegetarian option is available).  This event has been scheduled to immediately follow the IACS Plenary Administrative Session,  and a group of us will walk to the pub following the Plenary Meeting (to be held in MCC - Floor 5, Room 516C from 18.00-20.00).

     

    All are welcome but we only have 80 places - Please buy your ticket fast!

    Click here to purchase ticket.

     

     

     

  • IASPEI Opening Ceremony

     

    IASPEI Opening Ceremony

    Friday July 12, 08:30-10:00 in Room 517

     

    All interested participants are invited to attend a presentation given by John Adams from 09:30-10:00 on July 12.

     

    Speaker: John Adams, Canadian Hazards Information Service, Natural Resources Canada

    Title: Montreal Shakes – Local earthquakes in their Canadian context

    Abstract: Montreal benefits from past earthquakes and may suffer from future earthquakes. The establishment of Montreal at the junction of the Ottawa and St. Lawrence rivers arose from events 560 Ma ago with the rifting and later collision of continents. Montreal passed over a hotspot 110 Ma ago and left the roots of ancient volcanoes as pimples on today’s landscape  – Mont Royal and others. The river system echoes the crustal weaknesses left by past events and the earthquakes that accompanied them, and hence the founding of Montreal by those using the rivers for exploration and commerce. Those same ancient faults are the source of today’s earthquakes. Descriptions of some larger historic earthquakes and their effects will set the scene for a talk about today’s earthquakes, the seismic hazard they represent for 2020, and the consequences should a rare large earthquake occur near Montreal.

  • IAGA Dinner

     

    IAGA Dinner

    Sunday July 14

     

    I am pleased to invite you on behalf of the IAGA Executive Committee to a IAGA Dinner, which will take place in Briskets Montreal Restaurant,

    1199 Rue de Bleury, few minutes walk from the convention center) on Sunday, 14 July 2019, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.The event is with ticket only, price is 50 CAD (reduced 40 CAD applies to students and Young Scientists under 35 years of age). Limited number of places is available, thus do not hesitate to book in advance by e-mail to me and cc to Andrew Yau. Tickets will be sold during the Assembly. Those without previous booking, please, do not hesitate to contact any of the IAGA EC members during the Assembly for tickets.

     

    Best regards and looking forward to meeting you soon.

     

    Eduard Petrovsky

  • IAGA Award

     

    IAGA Award

     

    IAGA Awards Ceremony on Monday July 15 at 10:30 a.m., in room 517,  is open to all the participants.

  • IAHS Gala Dinner

    We welcome you to attend the IAHS Gala Dinner on Friday 12th July at the BierMarkt in downtown Montreal in walking distance from the conference venue. Entrance is with numbered ticket only.

     

    The dinner will be a three-course meal:

     

    The appetizer is a grazing table where you can choose between artisanal charcuteries, local cheeses, tuna tartare, Norwegian shrimps, pork sliders, samosas and chick pea mousse.

     

    For the main dish choose between:

    • Smoked Chicken Tacos (Smoked Spicy Chicken, Coleslaw Salad, Pico De Gallo, Fresh Cream, Cilantro)
    • Pacific Salmon (Herb & Mustard Rubbed Pacific Salmon, Ale-Soaked Cedar Plank, House Rémoulade)
    • Premium Salad selection vegetarian alternative (Green Salad, Quinoa Salad and Carrot & Raisin Salad (Vegan))

    Desserts include donuts, fresh fruit platter and fudge bites.

     

    The price per ticket is CAD $80 (~ USD $60) including taxes and includes two beverages (soft drinks, wine or beer).

     

    The number of places is limited so purchase your ticket as soon possible from https://iahs.info/About-IAHS/IAHS-at-IUGG2019/IAHS-Gala-Dinner-2019/). Bring your confirmation email to collect your physical numbered ticket from either Prof. Christophe Cudennec (Secretary General) or Dr. Claire Lupton (Executive Secretary) at the IUGG booth (#503).

     

    Please contact info@iahs.co.uk  if you have difficulties in registering.

     

     

  • IAG Dinner

     

    IAG Dinner

    Sunday, July 14, 2019, 20:00

     

    The traditional IAG Dinner, held at all the IUGG General and IAG Scientific Assemblies since decades, will take place on July 14, 20:00 in L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel, 426 Rue Saint-Gabriel, Montréal, Québec.

     

    There will be a menu including entrée, plat principal with 3 options, dessert and a drink. The price per person is 80 CAD and will be collected in advance in the Palais des Congrès.

     

    Please direct your reservation until Tuesday, July 9, to the IAG Secretary General, Hermann Drewes (iag.office@tum.de).

     

     

IUGG 2019 Conference Secretariat JPdL International

Tel.: 514-287-1070     Canada, USA: 1-800-361-1070

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