34th International Meeting of Sedimentology 2019

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 11:30 to Friday, September 13, 2019 - 18:00
Rome, Italy


The International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS) has always recognized the need to include the entire Sedimentological community as active participants carrying the Society forward into the future. As part of this effort, IAS aims to catalyze and support the endeavors of all sedimentologists, as well as the organization of congresses and meetings.

The IAS Meeting of Sedimentology (IMS) is organized each year except for the year an International Sedimentological Congress (ISC) takes place. This regional meeting gathers participants to discuss and share the most recent advances in the field of sedimentology while providing the opportunity to communicate the needs of the Membership to the Bureau. 

The 34th International Meeting of Sedimentology was hosted at the Sapienza University in Rome, to discuss about how sedimentology can help to face societal challenges on risk, resources and record of the past.

As a member of the IAS, PhD student Michele Vallati attended the meeting and presented two posters:

  • Testing long-term controls of sedimentary basin architecture in the broken foreland II
  • Insights on the prospectivity of “Lithiotid” Rotzo Formation, from 3D modelling and stratigraphic investigations in the Pasubio area