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Doctoral Colloquium

Sarah Koopmann

Molybdenum in carbonate aquifers - an emerging challenge

GEO 1550
16:15

Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach

online
09:00

Information Event

Janina Bornemann, Nagoya Protocol Compliance Officer, Universität Bremen

Nagoya Protocol and Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS)

Zoom Meeting
11:00 s.t.

guided tour

Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann

Guided tour of the Geosciences Collection of the University of Bremen

MARUM I room 0180, Leobener Straße 8
17:45 s.t.

Geosciences Working Group

Jens Lehmann

Enigmatic ammonites - New insights into biology and lifestyle

MARUM 1 room 0180
19:20 s.t.

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Dr Steven Franke receives the Bremen Study Award 2022

Dr Steven Franke receives the unifreunde study award for his dissertation
"Deciphering past and present ice flow patterns from radar reflections"

with which he received his doctorate in September 2022 in our Faculty of Geosciences. The thematic classification of his dissertation ranges from the application of standard methods to large data sets to the extension of established methods to very innovative approaches. The knowledge gained in it allows us a new view of the dynamics of Greenland ice streams, coupled with new methodology for interpretation. Scientifically, this is a big step forward in our understanding of the movement of ice masses, which is essential for a better estimation of the expected sea level rise, especially in coastal regions, in view of man-made climate change. more

The Devil’s Wall in 3D - Contribution from the Department of Geosciences to the project "Germany´s most beautiful geotopes"

On the occasion of the 175th anniversary of the German Geological Society and its successor organizations in 2023, geoscientific institutions initiated the 30 Geotope project. The project aims to show that outcrops are primary sources of information in geology and how these can be documented using modern methods. The University of Bremen is participating and, in addition to the Piesberg, now also the Devil’s Wall at Königstein was presented. After the drone measurement last year, the approximately 2,000 drone images were combined into a 3D model. The model has been available since mid-January together with an explanatory text on the formation of the Devil’s wall and a video on the platform Digital Geology – Deutschlands schönste Geotope in 3D.

The HarzBote reported on the presentation of the Devil’s Wall in 3D Geology: PDF of the article
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Geosciences Colloquium - WiSe 2023

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Reiner Klemd

The second lecture in the Geoscience Colloquium in the winter semester 2023 will take place on Wednesday, January 25 at 12:15 pm.

Prof. Dr. Reiner Klemd, Geozentrum Nordbayern, will talk about
"Sustainable resource research and -security: Supply bottlenecks for high-tech metals".

The colloquium will take place in the GEO building, lecture hall, room 1550.
You can also join the lecture via the following zoom link:https://uni-bremen.zoom.us/j/99414877006?pwd=cHRBZ3RJWUhoMVlDYkhnSnhybHprUT09
Meeting-ID: 994 1487 7006
Kenncode: 368503 more

German Geophysical Society (DGG) meets March 5-9 at UB

Abstract submission deadline is January 27

The 83rd Annual Meeting of the German Geophysical Society (DGG) is again hosted by the University of Bremen this year - a good and convenient opportunity for all young and also not quite as young members of our faculty to inform themselves about the broad spectrum of geophysical research in and around Germany, to cultivate contacts and also to contribute their own conference contribution. Abstract submission is possible until January 27th.

What are the topics of this year´s DGG meeting? Key themes are marine natural hazards, renewable energies, changing polar regions, and the tectonics and dynamics of rift and spreading ridges. And of course, as always, there will be numerous sessions, talks and posters around all current working directions in geophysics. 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 third 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 2023/24, and register until February 25 for the required successful aptitude test at our online test portal. more

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