BULGARIAN GEOPHYSICAL SOCIETY (BgGS)
is founded in 1990. Before this date Bulgarian geophysicists were
members of the respective section of Bulgarian Geological Society
founded in 1925.
Members of the BgGS are 138 Bulgarian
geophysicists, working in the sections of the Committee of Geology
and Mineral Resources, Scientific-Research Institute "Geology
and Geophysics" Corp., Geophysical and Geological Institutes
of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, University of Mining and Geology
"St. Ivan Rilski", Sofia University "St. Kliment
Ohridski" and at a number of other sections, laboratories,
firms and companies which activities are in the fields of geophysics,
geology, archeology, building and ecology.
BgGS is a member and one of the initiators
of the foundation of Balkan Geophysical Society (BGS). More than
seventy Bulgarian geophysicists took part in the First Congress
of BGS held in Athens 1996. Recently BgGS concluded Agreement of
Association with the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers
(EAGE). The international relations are an important condition for
the development of BgGS on the basis of exchange of information,
experience and support.
During the period 1956-1991, besides
the home geophysical events, Bulgarian geophysicists hosted several
of the Annual International Symposia of Eastern European Countries,
the last in Varna 1990. In 1995 Bulgarian Geophysical Society held
its First National Conference of Geophysics. More than thirty scientific
presented in several directions of
topical geophysical researches in Bulgaria and the Balkan region.
In this way were inaugurated periodical conferences as the most
important geophysical events on a national level.
The next 2nd National Geophysical Conference
of BgGS with international participation will be held in Sofia,
October 21-23, 1998. The program includes sessions covering a wide
range of subjects related to recent topics in geophysical investigations.
The Organizing Committee cordially invites geophysicists from scientific
and exploration organizations, as well as specialists from companies
interested in geophysical activities, to attend the Conference in
the beautiful city of Sofia.
Correspondence addresses (Secretariat):
Mrs. Krassimira Georgieva
23, Sitnyakovo blvd,
1505 Sofia, Bulgaria
Telephone: (359-2) 441-739
Telefax: (359-2) 467-562
Web address: Bulgarian Geophysical Society home page