ASP student wins prize for Best Geophysics Presentation

Congratulations to Australian School of Petroleum PhD student Michael Curtis for winning the prize for Best Geophysics Presentation at the recent 2019 Geological Society of Australia Earth Sciences Student Symposium, South Australia (GESSS-SA).

Michael Curtis ASP

Michael being presented his award by Dr Kate Robertson of the Department for Energy and Mining.

GESSS is a national program of symposia and an initiative of the Geological Society of Australia, consisting of student conferences organised by students for students nationally. 

The aim of GESSS SA is to connect young researchers in South Australia from across the three institutes; University of South Australia, University of Adelaide and Flinders University, to come together and present their research to the local scientific community. The annual event supports students to promote their talents to future employers, to discover areas of research at other universities or departments, and to meet new people within the Earth sciences field. 

Michael's talk was on the impact of magmatic systems on subsurface energy resource exploration and extraction. Congratulations Michael!

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