Deanery Meeting

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach

GEO-Gebäude, Raum 5590

Geosciences Working Group

Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann

Cancelled due to corona-virus! The Piesberg near Osnabrück and its fossils

MARUM I room 0180
19:20 s.t.

Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Thomas Pichler

GEO-Building, Room 3010


Benvenuto Marcello!

Benvenuto Marcello! Since 1.9. 2020 our department has been strengthened in the research of sedimentary systems. The first person to join the new staff category "Researcher/Senior-Researcher" in the Department of Geosciences is Dr. Marcello Gugliotta, who previously worked as a postdoc at the Geological Survey of Japan and Shimane University. Marcello is interested in sedimentation processes in rivers, coastal areas and shallow marine environments and studies both recent and fossil systems. With his research interests he builds a bridge between applied topics and basic research. Marcello will also be involved in teaching and will certainly provide new impulses. We warmly welcome Marcello and look forward to working with him. more

Gerhard Bohrmann receives Gustav Steinmann Medal

Gerhard Bohrmann, Professor at the Department of Geosciences and head of the research group "General - Marine Geology" is awarded for his outstanding overall performance in geosciences with the Gustav Steinmann Medal of the German Geological Society - Geologische Vereinigung (DGGV). Gerhard Bohrmann has been studying marine geological processes for more than three decades. His main interest is the exploration of the deep sea and especially of gas hydrates and cold seeps on the seafloor. We congratulate Gerhard Bohrmann and wish him further exciting results and much success. more

Tilo von Dobeneck receives award for outstanding teaching

The German Geophysical Society (DGG) honors Tilo von Dobeneck, Professor at the Department of Geosciences and head of the working group "Marine Geophysics" with the "Prize for Excellent Teaching" 2020. The prize and the associated medal are awarded on the recommendation of students of the Geophysical Action Program (GAP) to teachers of geophysics who distinguish themselves through special commitment and high quality of their teaching. Tilo von Dobeneck has been dedicating himself with great enthusiasm to teaching at our department since 1993. He has played a central role in the reforms of our study programs and has contributed innovative impulses to the new study structures. We are very pleased about this award and congratulate Tilo von Dobeneck very warmly. more

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