Doctoral Colloquium

Daniela Krampe

Towards dedicated snow modelling in the Arctic.

MARUM 2070

Geophysics Research Seminar

Prof. Karsten Gohl

Overview AWI Geophysics

GEO 3010

Geoscientific Colloquium

Steffen Hammerschmidt, Rashpal Singh, Yting Tseng, Skyborn Renewables

From Sea to the Sky: Application of Marine Geology in Offshore Wind Farm Development

GEO 1550 and online (follow link)
12:00 c.t.

Guided tour

Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann

Guided tour of the Geosciences Collection of the University of Bremen

MARUM I Room 0180
17:45 s.t.

Geosciences Working Group

Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann

Exploration on Spitsbergen - A Journey into the Triassic Period

Marum I room 0180
19:20 s.t.

Doctoral Colloquium

Sabrina Hohmann

The marine carbon cycle in Baffin Bay under a changing climate

GEO 1550

Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach


Deanery Meeting

Prof. Dr. Simone Kasemann

GEO-Gebäude, Raum 3010

Geoscientific Colloquium

Jasmin Bielefeld & Connor Schulze, FUGRO GmbH Germany

Geodata in Offshore Wind - Insights into how Geodata supports Offshore Wind Farm Projects throughout the Project Lifestyle

GEO 1550 and online (follow link)
12:00 c.t.


Steffen Hammerschmidt, Rashpal Singh, Yting Tseng (Skyborn Renewables): From Sea to the Sky: Application of Marine Geology in Offshore Wind Farm Development

In 2022, our alumni/ae Steffen, Rashpal and Yting have joined the offshore wind platform developer Skyborn Renewables, working there as Development Manager Project Database and as Project Managers for Marine Geology in the Baltic Sea and in the APAC region, respectively. They will inform us at the GeoColloquium on June 14th, how they are now applying their competencies in marine geosciences for the establishment of new offshore wind farms across the globe. more

Dr. Tobias Kulgemeyer (Vattenfall Europe Windkraft GmbH):
The Sea is Full of Bombs! – Mitigating the Risk of Unexploded Ordnances in Offshore Windfarm Developments

Dr. Tobias Kulgemeyer studied Geosciences at our department from 2008 to 2016 and did his PhD on nearshore heavy mineral deposition within our INTERCOAST cooperation with the University of Waikato. Since 2017, he has been professionally involved in marine unexploded ordnance (UXO) detection using magnetic and electromagnetic methods. From December 2021, he has been responsible for the entire topic of UXO clearance at Vattenfall Europe Windkraft GmbH. In his lecture (again in presence) at the GeoColloquium on June 21st, he will present the special perspective of an UXO engineer towards the sea as a wind farm development area and bomb graveyard including the associated risks, strategies and professional challenges. more

Geo Colloquium Summer Semester 2023

This semester, the Geo-Colloquium is dedicated to the topic: "Geoscientists at work in the energy sector. Insights into jobs with energy sources and associated industries by Alumni and Geo-Experts." The colloquium always starts on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Geosciences lecture hall or is also streamed online. For the company presentations we have invited mainly graduates of our geosciences study programs. We are looking forward to interesting presentations. more

New faculty brochure published in fresh corporate design

Print and online versions are available now

With the new edition of its bilingual brochure, revised in content as well as style, the Faculty of Geosciences would like to inform you about its multifaceted study programs and research activities. On 84 colorfully illustrated pages, the dean´s office and administration, our five bachelor and master degree programs, research groups, researchers and professorships present themselves. The print version is available now, produced on eco-paper for the first time. The brochure is also available for download as a pdf version. more

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