The GSI claim for element 112 has finally been accepted. Figured once they sorted out the issues with the decay products of 277112 (e.g 265Sg & 261Rf, it was only a matter of time. No proposed name has been submitted yet. Names based on GSI's location has already been used up (Hassium, Darmstadt). Most likely they will find another scientist to honor. Geiger is still available, but "geigerium" just doesn't come off the tongue well.
You know Dubna already has a list for when/if elements 113-116 and 118 get accepted. Flerovium is fairly obvious, IMHO. They tried to use Kurchatov already, but currently IUPAC policy is not to consider names if they have already been proposed and not accepted for elements in the past.