Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Tilo von Dobeneck

GEO-Gebude, Raum 3010

Faculty meeting

Prof. Dr. Michal Kucera

GEO-Gebude, Raum 3010


Rosa Danisi as postdoc in the crystallography group

On June 1st Dr. Rosa Danisi joined the crystallography group at the faculty of geosciences as a postdoc. She finished her study of geosciences in 2011 at the University of Milan in Italy with a master thesis on tourmalines. Then she went to the University of Bern working on the dehydration behavior of natural zeolites and zeolite-like materials as a PhD candidate. As a postdoc at the University of Utrecht (the Netherlands), she worked on phosphorous-stabilized synthetic zeolites to enhance their hydrothermal stability during catalytic processes. Finally, with a grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation, she is going to study the thermal behavior of vanadium-bearing porous frameworks at the University of Bremen until November 2018. more

Guest lecture by Prof. Anne de Vernal: Natural variability of sea ice cover in the Arctic

Geo-Colloquium on 27.06.17 at 14.00 in the main lecture theatre

Sea ice in the Arctic is receding and the first ice free summer could accur as soon as by the middle of this century. How unusual would such situation be for the Arctic? Answering this question requires access to reconstructions of the sea-ice extent in the past. This is the research field of Prof. de Vernal from the Universit du Qubec Montral in Canada. In her presentation, she will review the history of sea-ice extent in the past and explore the significance of this knowledge for future projections. Anne de vernal is togetehr with Michal Kucera from our department the speaker od the international German-Canadian research training group ArcTrain. more

Open Campus 2017

Open Worlds - Share Knowledge

The University of Bremen invites interested people in and around Bremen to an OPEN CAMPUS day on June 17, 2017 from 2 p.m. to midnight.

Come and visit us in our pagoda on Campus-Park or take part in the guided tour "Modern material analysis: phase analysis with X-ray diffraction". For young geoscientists (age 6-10), the Kindercampus Workshop "Jung trifft Steinalt" offers a student lab. We are looking forward to your visit. more

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