Geomathematics in Earth & Environmental Sciences

22nd Hungarian Geomathematical Congress


The conference will be held from 19 - 21 May 2022 in Pécs, Hungary at the Pécs Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Planned sections/topics of the congress

Each section will begin with a keynote speech of a distinguished professor (full list to be announced):

  • Analysis of monitoring time series
  • Mathematical aspects of reservoir geology
  • Assessment of geophysical datasets - interpretation & uncertainty
  • Big data: challenges of earth science databases
  • Climate modelling - extremities, past & future
  • Data analysis in engineering geology
  • Geoinformatics and soil mapping
  • Conquering space - remote sensing
  • Automation and industry 4.0 in geo-services
  • Quantitative methods in palaeontology
  • Case studies and best practices in environmental- and bio informatics

As in previous years, short courses in various topics of geomathematics are being planned for 19 May. To be announced in the future.

We expect the participation of professionals who deal with these topics and work in related fields, and who would like to present their domestic and international achievements in lectures and/or posters or just participate as audience.




On the occasion of GeoMATES ‘22, special issues will be published in International Journal on Geomathematics (Editor-In-Chief: Willi Freeden; SJR=Q1) and Central European Geology (Editor-In-Chief: Attila Demény), covering topics of the conference. The calls are exclusively for GeoMATES ‘22 participants. Submissions will be open between 1 Aug 2022 - 31 Sep 2022.




Proceedings of the previous GeoMATES conferences

The Topical collection of full papers in the International Journal on Geomathematics (Springer) can be found here while the 2019 abstract book can be downloaded from here.

The special issue of the 2015 congress published in Open Geosciences can be found here.   GeoSciences

We warmly welcome all collegues!

The Directorate of the Geomathematics and Informatics Section of the Hungarian Geological Society




Financial support from
NKFIA Mecenarúra


The project was supported by the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, financed from the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund and implemented in accordance with the grant document issued by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office.