Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Thomas Pichler

GEO-Gebäude, Raum 3010

Faculty Board Meeting

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach

GEO-Gebäude, Raum 3010

Geophysics Research Seminar

Maximilian Müller




The new Faculty Brochure is online!

The printed information brochure of our Geosciences Faculty appeared last in 2012 and has been out of stock for some time. Thanks to much highly appreciated support from our numerous sections and cooperation partners and great efforts by Heike Piero, a reprint with up-to-date information and hundreds of new and attractive illustrations will be on shelf by the end of October. A sneak preview online version is available from our "Public > Information Materials" menu. Please report all identified errors quickly to the editorial team, as the final print version will be submitted in a week from now! more

GIF Young Scientists’ Meeting

German-Israel-Foundation hosts meeting at FB 5 / MARUM

The German-Israel-Foundation (GIF) will host a meeting of young scientists under the motto "Going Down Into the Abyss: Ocean-Floor Processes, Deep Life, and Climate Archives" at the University of Bremen from 28 to 30 October. more

Orientation Week 2019

07th - 11th of October, 2019

Welcome to our new Bachelor and Master students. In the week from 07th to 11th of October we offer you different orientation and gathering events... more

Deans hand over the baton

After four event- and successful years in office, our dean Prof. Michal Kucera hands over the baton to his deputy, the newly elected dean Prof. Wolfgang Bach on October 1st 2019 to officiate as vice dean for another year. Likewise, Prof. Cornelia Spiegel-Behnke steps us as new dean of studies in succession of Dr. Torsten Bickert, who, as future deputy, will stay responsible for the reform and reaccreditation of the geoscientific study programs.

We all thank our reshuffled deans for their great and important engagement and wish them good luck, fair winds and following seas for their future endeavors! more

Dissertation mit Auszeichnung abgeschlossen

Antonia Ruppel hat ihre an der Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR) und der Universität Bremen verfaßte Dissertation „A multi-method approach to study the geodynamic evolution of eastern Dronning Maud Land in East Antarctica by integrating geophysical data with surface geology“ mit Auszeichnung abgeschlossen. Die Dissertation besteht aus neun Einzelpublikation als Erst- oder Co-Autorin sowie einer Synopsis, in denen Antonia Aufbau und geologische Entwicklung von Sør Rondane, einer aufgrund logistischer Einschränkungen nur wenig untersuchten Region im östlichen Dronning Maud Land/ Antarktis, untersucht.
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