Geokolloquium Sommersemester 2018


Das aktuelle Programm im Sommersemester 2018 als PDF


   
   

19. April 2018

Open & FAIR: the liberation of research data and samples

Dr. Kerstin Lehnert
(Columbia University - USA)


Invited by: Harry Becker


 
   

26. April 2018

Seasonal dynamics of biological processes in dimictic lakes

Prof. Dr. Harald Strauß
(Universität Münster)


Invited by: Elis Hoffmann

 
   

3. Mai 2018

Modelling continental crust formation on Archean Earth

Prof. Dr. Gregor Golabek
(Universität Bayreuth)


Invited by: Lena Noack

 
   

17. Mai 2018

Analysis of a late Aptian high-stress ecosystem:
The Romualdo Formation of the Araripe Basin, northeastern Brazil

Prof. Dr. Franz Fürsich
(Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (em.))


Invited by: Manja Hethke

 
   

24. Mai 2018

The birth and death of a mineral for every occasion

Dr. Jörn Hövelmann
(GFZ Potsdam)


Invited by: Ralf Milke

 
   

31. Mai 2018

Integrated approaches to investigate reactive transport processes in soil and groundwater

Prof. Dr. Irina Engelhardt
(Technische Universität Berlin)


Invited by: Michael Schneider

 
   

7. Juni 2018

In-situ rock characterisation with mini-seismic methods in underground facilities - crystalline rock, argillaceous rock and rock salt

Dr. Kristof Schuster
(BGR Hannover)


Invited by: Sibylle Mayr

 

   

14. Juni 2018

Geophysical isotope analyses and Earth's nitrogen budget

Dr. Helmut Lammer
(Austrian Academy of Sciences)


Invited by: Heike Rauer

 
   

21. Juni 2018

Water in the interior of Mars

Dr. Anne Peslier
(Jacobs, NASA Johnson Space Center - USA)


Invited by: Harry Becker

 
   

28. Juni 2018

Recent tectonics of the Indian Ocean

Dr. Nicolas Chamot-Rooke 
(CNRS, Ecole normale supérieure de Paris - France)


Invited by: Eline Le Breton

 
   

5. Juli 2018

Thermal expansion of transition metal olivines 

Dr. Peter Schmid-Beurmann 
(Universität Münster)


Invited by: Susan Schorr

 
   

12. Juli 2018

Groundwater contamination by arsenic in Nepal -
causes and mitigation

Dr. Barbara Müller
(University of Basel - Switzerland)


Invited by:
 Ralf Milke