Program & registration

Symposium registration costs

Registration opens on 2nd January 2024 and the fees are as below. Registration includes coffee, daily lunch, icebreaker and conference dinner. Note that if paying via invoice that the fee must have been received within 2 weeks of the closing data.

  • Early bird: 6000 SEK (c. EUR 530 including VAT)
  • Late registration: 7000 SEK (c. EUR 620 including VAT)
  • Student (up to and including PhD): 3500 SEK (c. EUR 310 including VAT)
  • Post-conference field trip: 12500 SEK (c. 1080 EUR including VAT)

Exchange rate as of 16th October 2023 (

Accompanying persons can register for the social events and for the field trip.

Online registration is close. Please contact to find out whether places for late registration are available.


Symposium Program

Download the Seismix_2024 programme.

The SEISMIX Symposium is unique in the way that it brings together geoscientists from around the world in a quest to investigate the interior of the Earth using the latest technologies, to unite active and passive source-imaging communities and those who study the Earth from the near surface to exploration scale and down to the continental scale. As usual, there will be a single session for oral presentations (no parallel sessions) and ample time allocated for poster presentations. We also anticipate a number of keynote presenters (TBA). The conference topics will include, but are not strictly limited to:

  • Passive continental margins (structure and processes)

  • Active continental margins (structure and processes)

  • Intra-continental deformation, collision and accretion

  • Continental rifts and sedimentary basins

  • The continental lithosphere

  • Novel seismic imaging and inversion methods

  • Mineral exploration seismics, integration with other geological and geophysical data

  • Active and passive seismic interferometry

  • Seismic imaging for earth hazards, CCS, gas storage, geothermal energy and near-surface applications

  • New developments and advances in DAS applications

  • Big data issues: machine learning and artificial intelligence

Instructions for authors:

Talks: The length of the talks will be 20 minutes plus 5 for questions change of speaker.

Posters: The poster boards have a size of 137 cm high x 97 cm wide. A standing A0 is suitable, but the poster can be somewhat larger than an A0 if you like.


Journal special issue:

A special of issue of conference papers for interested presenters will be organized.

Supported by

Academic Conferences
Box 7059
750 07 Uppsala, Sweden

Phone: + 46 (0) 18 67 10 03


Important dates

2nd January 2024: Registration and abstract submission opens

Organising committee:

Christopher Juhlin
Bjarne Almqvist
Maria Ask
Ayse Kaslilar
Henning Lorenz
Alireza Malehmir
Roland Roberts
Christian Schiffer
Ari Tryggvason