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Institutskolloquium Wintersemester 2023/24

Seminars are held on Mondays at 4:15 in WiSe 2023/24

In-person talks will be held in House 27, room 0.01
All talks will be hybrid, Contact Ed Sobel for more Information

Oct 16Welcome to the new semester         
Oct 23Manudeo Singh          
Using earth observation datasets and hydrogeomorphic concepts for wetland management

Oct 30

Hima Hassenruck-Gudipati               
University of Minnesota
Building Landscapes from Sediments: Navigating the Currents of Change

Nov 6

Juergen Koepke         
Uni Hannover
Cores of the ICDP Oman Drilling Project in combination with large-scale sampling in the Oman Ophiolite: How fast-spreading oceanic crust is created. 
Nov 13
 Nov 20Marissa Tremblay       
Purdue University       

New insights into radiogenic and cosmogenic noble gas systematics in geologic materials

Nov 27
Guillaume Georgeais
LDEO in Columbia  

Investigating magma dynamics with melt embayments: a bridge between magma ascent rate and eruption explosivity?

Dec 4Angela Landgraf         
Ice age 2.0 – how to protect radioactive waste for one million years
Dec 11

Cecilia Lopez-Gamundi
University of Miami

Using New Methods to Solve Old Geologic Problems - What Satellites and Simulations Can Tell Us About Storms and Suspended Sediment

Dec 18Frank Scherbaum        
A seismologist’s approach to the analysis of traditional Georgian vocal music
Dec 25Holiday 
Jan 1
Jan 8General Assembly of the Institute 
Jan 15Colin Devey    
How much volcanism is really taking place on our planet and why should we care?
Jan 22

Fabrice Cotton
GFZ and UP

Earthquake preparatory phase detection, smartphone alerts, safer buildings ? Surprises and lessons from the February 2023 Turkish earthquake sequence and how we could/should reduce the impact of large earthquakes.


Miriam Reiss
University of Mainz

Magmatic vs tectonic processes in the East African Rift
Feb 5

Philipp Weis

Quantifying ore-forming processes with numerical models