"Do higher sea cliff retreat rates imply faster sea cliff retreat ? The dynamic of the eastern Mediterranean coastal cliff" by Dr Oded Katz (Geooigcal Survey of Israel)

"Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging: new insights from deepwater conventional core data; sedimentary structures and rock properties" by Dr Andy Pulham (Cobalt International Energy)

"An investigation of uranium occurrence, sources and mobilization processes in selected Irish groundwaters" by Fani Papageorgiou (UCD) and "Present and future regional scale climate influences on renewable energy resources" by Joao Monteiro Correia (UCD)

“Molecular clocks and the timescale of animal evolutionary history" by Prof. Phil Donoghue FRS (University of Bristol)

“Low enthalpy ground source heating in Wales: baseline mapping and operational systems utilising abandoned coal workings and shallow urban aquifers" by Dr Gareth Farr (British Geological Survey)

"Irish Zn-Pb mineralization: a role for volcanism" by Dr Holly Elliot (Camborne School of Mines, UK)

"The Marine Geology of Ireland: A Voyage to the Bottom of the Irish Seas" by Maria Judge (Geological Survey Ireland)

"A Geochemical Journey around the Earth" by Prof. Balz Kamber (Trinity College Dublin)

"Insights into the last deglaciation from deep sea corals" by Prof. Laura Robinson (Univ. of Bristol)

"Provenance and tectonic evolution of Mesozoic sandstones in the Banda Arc, Indonesia - Chasing rocks on subtropical islands" by Dr Sebastian Zimmermann (UCD/iCRAG)

"An unusual patient: documenting analogue experiments of volcanic intrusions with X-ray Computed Tomography" by Dr Sam Poppe (Vrike Universiteit Brussel)

Irish Geological Research Meeting, Trinity College Dublin

"Using Zn-Cu-S and clumped O-C isotopes to constrain hydrothermal fluid flow and deposition processes in Irish-type deposits" by Aileen Doran (iCRAG PhD student) & "Rare element enrichment processes in LCT pegmatites and implications for geochemical exploration" by David Käter (iCRAG PhD student)

"Medical Hydrogeology: lessons on groundwater and health from South East Asia" by Dr Adrian Butler (Imperial College London)

"Engaging Geoscientists in Global Development – Interdisciplinary work across three continents" by Joel C. Gill (Geology for Global Development & British Geological Survey) & Nic Bilham (Geology for Global Development & Geological Society of London)

"Modelling groundwater flow and transport in strongly heterogeneous formations" by Dr. Sean McKenna (IBM Research Laboratory, Ireland)

"Engineering geology, some triumphs and disasters" by Professor David Norbury (2016 Glossop Lecturer)

"Britain’s Greatest Hits: In Search of Giant Meteorite Craters" by Dr Mike Simms (National Museum of Northern Ireland)

"Spirals on the shale: ammonoid biostratigraphy of the Shannon Basin, Western Ireland" by Dr Anthea Lacchia (iCRAG)

"Control the drainage: the gospel accorded to sinkholes" by Dr Tony Waltham, Engineering Geologist

"Energy Storage Obstacles & Opportunities, Planning and Geology"

"Earth's Rock and Roll: Rotational Motions in Seismology" by Prof. Heiner Igel (Ludwig-Maximilians University, München, Germany)

SEAI Energy Show 2017

"Closing the Iapetus Ocean: implications for VMS and orogenic gold mineralization in the north of Ireland" by Dr Steve Hollis (UCD/iCRAG)

"Ireland's Rockery: Beauty, Diversity and Controversy" by Dr Patrick Roycroft (former President of the Irish Geological Association)

"Radon and Geology" by George Reynolds (Metrics Consulting)

"Introducing iCRAG 2017, a research showcase of all current research projects, together with insights into future directions for Irish geoscience research".

"Developments in Irish Hydrogeology in a Changing Water Services and Planning Environment" - IAH Annual Conference

"Geological Heritage of County Roscommon" exhibition

"Exploration under deep cover" - IAEG Annual Conference

"Three open-discussions on Bayesian inferences via Monte Carlo sampling of solutions: from simple tools to complex algorithms”, 3 days course with Dr Nicola Piana Agostinetti (DIAS)

2 Day Course for Mining Industry Professionals

Irish Mining & Quarrying Society Seminar

"Gem Deposits of Europe" by Damien Wilkinson

"The Economic Value of Attendance at a Museum with No Admission Fee"

“Handling nondetect data correctly” by Dennis Helsel

"Inge Lehmann and the rise of international seismology, 1925-1970" by Dr. Lif Lund Jacobsen, assistant professor at the Danish National Archive

"Rock core logging for hydrogeological projects" by Dan Kelleher

Geological Survey Ireland Open Day

"Karst characterisation using geophysics” by Phil Carpenter

"Efficient Sequential Monte Carlo Bayesian geoacoustic inversion of large volume dataset from Malta Plateau" by Eric Mandolesi (University of Victoria, Canada)

"A half-century of weather forecasting in Ireland" by Gerald Fleming

"Monitoring a volcanic eruption in Iceland using Seismic Tremor" by Dr Eva Eibl (DIAS/UCD)

"Structural modelling of the Lough Allen Basin and beyond: implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production" by Dr Jiulin Cole Guo (iCRAG)

 "Geology and Genealogy – The Odd Couple" by Patrick Roycroft  (staff member of Elements geological magazine; staff member of the Irish Family History Centre in Dublin)

"Taming a world class deposit: an overview of 'A-Typical’ Geological techniques utilised at the Hemerdon WO3-Sn Deposit, Devon, UK" by James McFarlane (Wolf Minerals)

"Life on Earth: from geology to archaeology". A selection of short talks highlighting Irish research.

"Hydrogeology of karst conditions" by Chris Groves and Lee Anne Bledsoe

"The seafloor geodiversity revealed from flight MH370 search data" by Kim Picard, Marine Geologist (Geoscience Australia)

"Brave new worlds: the planets in our galaxy" by Professor Giovanna Tinetti (University College London)

"The effect of titanite crystallization on Eu and Ce anomalies in zircon and its implications for the assessment of porphyry Cu deposit fertility" by Dr Matthew Loader (Natural History Museum, London)

"Graphite – the new black gold!" by George Reynolds (Metrics Consulting)

“Taking the mystery out of complex sequences at environmental and geotechnical sites” by Tim Kemmis

Irish Earth Observation Symposium 2017