EAGE Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam

SGS supports students in Berlin and Potsdam, who established the first Student Chapter of the European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) in Germany in January 2012. Under the patronage of EAGE, our EAGE Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam promotes interested in geoscientific and engineering topics as well as their application in industry and academia.

EAGE, founded in 1951, is a professional association with more than 19,000 members. It promotes the development and application of geosciences and related engineering subjects and fosters innovation and technical progress as well as communication, fellowship and cooperation between those working in, studying or otherwise being interested in the fields of geophysics, petroleum exploration, geology, reservoir engineering, mining and civil engineering.


Contact the current Executive Committee of our EAGE Student Chapter Berlin & Potsdam at eage@sgs-ev.org. It consists of the following members:

President Johanna Rakau
Vice-President Nepomuk Boitz
Secretary Marcel Müller
Treasurer Viacheslav Sviridov
Faculty Advisor Prof. Dr. Serge Shapiro




Best EAGE Student Chapter 2013:

2nd Place

EAGE Student Chapter
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