Dates

Geoscientific Colloquium

Dr. Hendrik Müller (BGR Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources Hannover)

Magnetic imaging of deep sea hydrothermal systems

Only online
(via Zoom)
12:15

Gedenkveranstaltung für den Tag des Gedenkens an die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoffmeister und Prof. Dr. Simone Kasemann

Tag zum Gedenkens an die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus

https://uni-bremen.zoom.us/j/97624454456?pwd=Z2MrRWRUNUliR011Z0ZOTWpXTHRaUT09 Kenncode: 2468
16:00 s.t.

Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Thomas Pichler

online (StarLeaf)
09:00

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Dr Hendrik Müller (BGR Hannover): Magnetic imaging of deep-sea hydrothermal systems

Geoscientific Colloquium lecture on 26 January, 12:15 online via Zoom

Hydrothermal fluid circulation in the oceanic lithosphere is a crucial process for chemical and heat transfer and the basis for unique biological habitats in the deep ocean. more

Day of Remembrance: Geosciences during the National Socialist era

Dies Academicus on January 27, 2022, from 4 pm

Which major German expeditions took place between World War I and II and how did they influence the politicisation of science? And how did Jewish geologists fare during the Nazi era? What importance did they have? The Department of Geosciences at the University of Bremen will shed light on these and other aspects on the Day of Remembrance. As part of the university´s central event on 27th of January 2022, interested persons are invited to attend two public lectures at 4 pm. more

Popular Bremen excursion destinations in the Alps put on paper

Many geoscientists consider it a great privilege to be able to combine professional activity and a passionate hobby. Rüdiger Henrich has used the time of retirement since April 2020 to finally write down some of the newly gained knowledge and unforgettable experiences during numerous field events and to make them available to the interested public. The result so far has been three articles published in the journal "Fossilien - Erdgeschichte erleben".

Excursions are "the salt in the soup" for students of geosciences. At present, however, their realization is often only possible to a limited extent or virtually. Rüdiger Henrich would be very pleased if his new contributions were used intensively by teachers, students and all other interested parties to explore the described fascinating excursion destinations on their own initiative. more

Three international geoscientic MSc programs on offer

Personalized aptitude tests are downloadable now until February 25th

Are you interested in applying to an international MSc program in Applied Geosciences, Marine Geosciences or Materials Science Chemistry and Mineralogy at the University of Bremen?

Our geoscientific MSc study programs, which were refocused on new, future-oriented topics in 2021, are now starting their second round of applications! Currently and until February 28, you can apply in the MOIN application portal (My Online Information Network) of the University of Bremen with start of study winter semester 2022/23, and register until February 25 for the required successful aptitude test at our online test portal. more

Geoscientific Colloquium - "Perspectives of non-seismic applied near-surface geophysics"

The Department of Geosciences has invited young, international geophysicists to present in our Geoscientific Colloquium this year entitled `Perspectives of non-seismic applied near-surface geophysics`. more

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