The Transregio Seminar focuses on topics related to the 'Late Accretion onto Terrestrial Planets'. This will include talks from FUB, TUB, DLR and Museum für Naturkunde (MfN).
There will be overview talks of about 30 min on project scope and goals by participating students and postdocs + 15 min discussion. In addition, invited talks (45 mins. + discussion) during the semester by senior scientists or other people who are not members of TRR 170.
TRR170 doctoral Students should give a seminar talk once a year and will receive 3 credit points for active seminar participation (i. e. giving a talk). Attendance by TRR 170 doctoral students is expected. The seminar will also be used to communicate information relevant for members of TRR 170.
However, everyone who is interested in TRR topics is welcome to join the seminar.
16.04. No seminar
19.04. (Thursday! 16:15-17:30, Room C 011) Kerstin Lehnert (Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Research): Research data management
23.04. Elisabeth Fürst (FUB): What was the structure of parent bodies of undifferentiated meteorites?
30.04. No seminar (day before Labor Day).
07.05. Robbin Visser (FUB Mineralogy): Sulfur isotopes in carbonaceous chondrites and volatile-rich clasts.
21.05. No seminar (Ascension Day)
28.05. Tiantian Liu (TUB Geodesy and Geoinformation): Evolving distribution of melt component at the lunar near-surface and its relation to the bombardment history.
04.06. Christian Riedel (FUB Planetology): Crater size-frequency distribution measurements with CSFD Tools.
11.06. Lukas Manske (MfN-Berlin)
18.06. Alan D. Brandon (University of Houston): Differentiation of Martian Shergottite Magmas.
21.06. (Thursday! 16:15-17:30, Room C 011) Anne H. Peslier (Jacobs at NASA Johnson Space Center Houston): Water in the Martian interior.
25.06. No seminar (TRR 170 Summer School)
09.07. Franziska Schmid (FUB Geochemistry)
16.07. Nicole Güldemeister (MfN-Berlin): Numerical modeling from small to large scales to study giant impact collisions."
TRR170 doctoral Students should give a seminar talk once a year and will receive 3 credit points for active seminar participation (i. e. giving a talk). Regular attendance by TRR 170 doctoral students is expected. The seminar will also be used to communicate information relevant for members of TRR 170.