India takes great pride and pleasure in inviting the 21st INQUA Congress for the first time to the subcontinent from 20 to 26 February 2023. The proposed venue is the Indira Gandhi Pratisthan (IGP) in the Lucknow city.
Indian science has made a substantive progress in the Quaternary science during recent past via significant contributions to the understanding of the Earth processes with its unique geosciences setting and inherent challenges. The Subcontinent is home to a large group of geoscientists who are keen to share their experiences with the global community and learn from them.
India is the land of rich heritage and great geological, biological and cultural diversity. It’s a temptation for all geoscientists with geology covering most of Earth’s history, encompassing almost every conceivable landform and geological process under extreme climates.
The proposed venue- Lucknow is in the heart of Ganga plains in northern part of India within the tropical climate. City is an amalgamation of the ancient history and modern civilization thus displaying a rich heritage of education, culture, languages, monuments, cuisine, embroidery, muslins and other light fabric, gold and silver jewellery and a lot more. It continues to be an important centre of governance, administration, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, sports, music and poetry.
Indira Gandhi Pratishthan (IGP)- the conference center at Gomti Nagar, spread over 25 acres, is centrally located and is surrounded by plenty of three to five -star hotels. It can accommodate around 5000 to 10000 delegates conveniently. This is eco-friendly green campus with ample parking space and easy disable access.