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.
15.10. No seminar 22.10. Gianluigi Ortenzi (DLR): Volatile chemical speciation and volcanic outgassing of magma oceans.
29.10. Daniel Wahl (TUB): High resolution bulk density map of the lunar crust.
05.11. Csilla Orgel (FUB): Re-examination of the population, stratigraphy, and sequence of Mercurian basins: Implications for Mercury's early impact history and comparison with the Moon.
12.11. Dennis Vanderliek (FUB): Impact-induced resetting and growth of Zircons in lunar breccias at 4.2 Ga: Evidence from the Apollo 15 and 16 landing sites.
19.11. Dr. Emily Worsham (WWU): Genetic tracing of meteorite parent bodies and impactors using Mo and Ru isotopes.
26.11. No seminar (PI meeting in Münster) 03.12. Dr. Sabrina Schwinger (DLR): Modeling lunar magma ocean crystallization.
10.12. No seminar (AGU Fall Meeting)
17.12. No seminar
22.12.2018 - 04.01.2019 No seminar (winter break)
07.01. Clara Kampf (FUB): The composition of Mercury.
14.01. Thomas Wiesehöfer (WWU): Modelling the dynamics of magma ocean solidification. 21.01. Prof. Rebecca Fischer (Harvard - Earth and Planetary Sciences): tba
28.01. Dr. Philipp Gleissner (FUB): Geochemical tracing of late accretion in lunar rocks.
04.02. Dr. Nisha Katyal (DLR): Evolution and spectral response of a steam atmosphere for early Earth with a coupled climate-interior model.
11.02. Tomke Lompa (MfN): How do impactor and target properties effect the formation of basin structures on the Moon.
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.