General information

Abstract submission begins on 3rd January.

Here you can download the template for the abstracts.

The new abstract deadline is May 14th. There is no fee for submission of an abstract, but if you do not register and pay the outstanding registration fee in full by the deadline of July 9th, the abstract will not appear in the printed volume of the program volume.

Formal acceptance letters of the abstracts will be sent from 18th May 2022 onwards after acceptance by the Scientific Committee. Abstracts submitted after 30th April will receive the acceptance letter approx. 2 weeks later. This includes the decision whether the paper will be accepted as a presentation or as a poster.

The limit for your abstract is one page.  Abstracts that do not meet these formatting requirements will be returned.  The scientific committee reserves the right to edit abstracts for clarity or correctness of English, but will consult the author if any significant changes are needed.


Please send your abstracts to

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Please download the template for abstract submission here.

A special issue of Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research


The organising committee of Geoanalysis 2022 intends to mark the proceedings of the conference with a collection of research papers to be published in a special issue of Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, which will be available via Wiley Online Library. Scientists making oral presentations or presenting posters at the meeting are strongly encouraged to submit their research to the journal for consideration.

Typescripts will be subject to full peer-review directed by the Journal and Guest Editors associated with the meeting.

The subject matter of submitted material must be closely aligned with the editorial aims and scope of Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, which can be found at:

Papers should be submitted at the time of the conference or shortly afterwards, using GGR's online submission system at: