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.
The TRR Seminar takes place on Mondays, 15:30-17:00 in B 129.
More information for the Winter Semester 2017/18 in the seminar schedule.
21.10. Mario Fischer-Gödde (Universität Köln): The Archean rock record of late accretion - new constraints from the Ru isotope composition of the pre-late veneer mantle.
28.10. No seminar (Paneth Kolloquium / TRR 170 Annual Retreat)
04.11. Daniel Wahl (TU Berlin): Porosity structure of lunar impact basins.
05.11. (Tuesday! 16:00-17:30, Room C 014) Robbin Visser (FU Berlin): Characterizing volatile-rich clasts to constrain early parent body hydrothermal alteration processes.
18.11. Ninja Braukmüller (Universität Köln): Volatile element depletion in Earth and carbonaceous chondrites.
25.11. Csilla Orgel (FU Berlin): Re-examination of the population, stratigraphy, and sequence of mercurian basins: Implications for Mercury´s early impact history and comparison with the Moon.
02.12. Sebastian Hackler (WWU Münster): Earth: a Habitable Planet
09.12. Dennis Vanderliek (FU Berlin): The significance of granulitic impactites in context of the lunar bombardment history.
21.12.2019 – 04.01.2020 No seminar (winter break)
06.01. Indhu Varatharajan (DLR Berlin): Understanding the surface composition of Mercury through integrated spectroscopy.
13.01. Franziska Schmid (FU Berlin): Chondritic sulfur isotope composition in rocks from Earth’s mantle.
23.01. (Joint event with Geo-Kolloquium, Thursday! 16:15-17:15, Room C 011) Mario Trieloff (Universität Heidelberg): Interstellar dust.
24.01. (Friday! 11:00-12:30, Room C 011) Mario Trieloff (Universität Heidelberg): Origin of volatile elements of the Earth.
27.01. Greg Archer (WWU Münster): Tungsten isotopic anomalies in the mantle: Implications for Earth's accretionary history.
03.02. Gianluigi Ortenzi (DLR): Volatile transition from the interior to the atmosphere during the early Earth.
10.02. Julia Schmidt (FU Berlin): Thermal evolution models of terrestrial planets and the influence of partition coefficients.
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.