Registration for EUGEN 2023 Slovenia is open NOW!

Are you interested in geosciences? And want to get to know other students from all over Europe? You want to explore the geological highlights of Slovenia? Then you’re in for a treat.

We invite you to explore Slovenias phenomenal Savinja Valley with us for a full week from August 7th to August 13th 2023. Enjoy a full week* of field trips, presentations, sight seeing, fun activities and the best of weather**.

Sounds interesting? Sign up for it right here or take a trip down memory lane and read about past EUGEN meet-ups. Still got any questions? Get in contact ( or get involved on Instagram or Facebook.

We’re looking forward to seeing you all in Slovenia!

Your EUGEN orga team.

  • * You can also join for a couple of days if you can’t stay the whole week.
    ** We technically can’t promise that but the odds are pretty good.

About EUGEN 2023 Slovenia

As many already know, Slovenia is a huge country, dare we say one of largest in the world with our whooping 20.273 km². So where in this vast area will this year’s EUGEN happen?

Kamp na otoku is a camp, located right next to the cold Savinja river. It is located in a small town called Ljubno ob Savinji in northeastern Slovenia.

Address: Na Pečeh 7, 3333 Ljubno ob Savinji 

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For more information about Ljubno, the camp and how to get there, check Eugen 2023!


EUGEN 2023 announcement

EUGEN 2023 will take place from 7th till 13th August in northeastern Slovenia near Upper Savinja Valley.

This will be the third Eugen in Slovenia and this time we will explore the Pohorje massif and eastern Slovenian Prealps, discovering the magmatic-metamorphic complex, polymetallic ore deposits and occurrence of geothermal energy.


For those unfamiliar with EUGEN, the meeting is organized by local geology students who will prepare three geological field trips led by university professors and researchers from geological survey. In the afternoon the program continues with short presentations from geoscientists, professors or other participants, followed by evening festivities. Two days are dedicated to connecting the participants via “Geolympic” games and a sightseeing field trip.

The purpose of the event is to connect and maintain international relationships between fellow geoscience students and young professionals, as well as to educate about local European geological features, thus strengthening our knowledge.

Come join us and discover what builds our mountains and what lies beneath them!