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ASSOCIATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL & ENGINEERING GEOLOGISTS
67th Annual Meeting

September 10-14, 2024
Hilton Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, PA

Experience, Connect, and Learn...

The AEG 2024 Committee has planned an outstanding technical program with experts from around the country presenting case studies, latest technology and techniques, and new innovations.

Join us for our exciting networking and social events. This is a great way to connect with friends and colleagues while building  relationships to help one another grow professionally, personally, and scientifically.

Spotlight your company and connect with the geoscience community. Sponsoring at AEG's Annual Meeting shows your commitment to advancing the applied geosciences and reinvesting into our growing industry.

AEG's 67th Annual Meeting

Opening General Session
Three days of Technical Sessions
Great Networking Events

Philadelphia, the nation’s birthplace and capital from 1790 to 1800, is renowned for its rich history on display at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed), and many other historical sites. Also iconic are its cheesesteaks and the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art immortalized by Sylvester Stallone’s triumphant run in the film “Rocky.

 

The Meeting Hotel – Overlooking the Delaware River, the hotel is less than a mile from the Liberty Bell, the Museum of the American Revolution, and the Benjamin Franklin Museum. The hotel is located on the waterfront in Center City’s Historic District and steps from numerous attractions and an eclectic array of restaurants.

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The Conference
About
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500

200

Participants
Companies Represented

20

Technical Sessions

160

Presentations

AEG 2023 Hotel

Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing
201 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Set on the Delaware River, this upscale hotel is 1.5 miles from Reading Terminal Market farmers' market and a 2.7-mile drive from the Mütter Museum. Warm, polished rooms offer custom-designed beds, minifridges and coffeemakers, plus flat-screens, plug-and-play electrical hubs and Wi-Fi (fee). Upgraded rooms add river or city views. Suites include living areas with pull-out sofas and/or balconies. Dining options include a waterfront seafood restaurant, a bar with a terrace, and a lobby cafe. There's also a gym, a sauna and an indoor pool, plus 23,837 sq ft of meeting space and a 24-hour business center.

Speakers

Speakers

Proud to bring exceptional speakers from across the country
Cynthia Palomares
2023/2024 Jahns Lecturer
More speaker information coming soon...

Thank you to our AEG 2024 Premium Event Sponsors 

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No Matter Your Interests, There’s Something at AEG 2024 For You.

Join the ultimate geoscience experience for learning best practices, discovering solutions, and developing new perspectives and strategies to plan for what’s next.

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As a member of AEG for more than 46 years, I am continuously reminded of the many benefits of attending Annual meetings. A few examples of exciting opportunities that commonly occur during Annual meetings that I personally find rewarding are as follows:

  1. Excellent stimulating and informative presentations related to applied geoscience that cover a broad spectrum of interesting topics.

  2. Excellent field courses given by individuals who are extremely knowledgeable about the locations being visited.

  3. Connecting with friends and colleagues as well as adding new folks to my professional and personal networks.

  4. Participating in mentoring sessions for upcoming “rock stars” who will become the future leaders in their respective technical fields and keep AEG on the cutting edge of applied geoscience.

  5. Discussions and presentations that remind me of the importance of encouraging diversity, equity, and inclusion at AEG.

  6. Both teaching (by sharing my experience-based knowledge in conversations and presentations) and learning (from discussions with and presentations made by treasured colleagues and amazingly sharp students).  

- Gerry L. Stirewalt, PhD, PG, CEG

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

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"Attending the AEG annual conference is an amazing opportunity for students in engineering and environmental geosciences! The support that the AEG community offers for students is like no other. There are so many opportunities to help cover the costs of the conference, such as volunteering events and travel grants. AEG is a smaller conference focused in engineering and environmental geoscience, which allows for more intimate networking events and for students to have their voices heard. Members in attendance at the conference are enthusiastic and excited to hear about research that is being done by students and they give great feedback on poster presentations. The members of AEG are so supportive of students and young professionals, and I look forward to attending more conferences in the future. I would love to see the number of student attendees grow, because I feel that this conference was crucial to my development as a professional and as a geoscientist!" 
-  Aleigha Dollens, University of Missouri- Kansas City 

Technical Sessions & Symposia

In addition to the traditional topics in environmental and engineering  geology at AEG 2024, discover the hottest science, innovations, sustainable initiatives, methods, and global trends from experts in the industry. Call for Abstracts will open on January 1, 2024.

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