EGU meetings calendar
Empirical and Ab Initio Thermodynamic Models of Minerals and Melts
Milos Island, Greece
18–22 June 2018
We will organize a training school in June of 2018 on thermodynamic modeling of natural silicate liquids and their equilibria with minerals and fluids, combining two quite different but complementary intellectual approaches — macroscopic and atomistic. The macroscopic approach will be based on the MELTS family of thermodynamic minimization algorithms, whereas the atomistic approach will use ab initio molecular dynamics based on the ABINIT density functional theory package.
Foraminiferal Biomonitoring (FaB) School
St. Andrews, UK
23–24 June 2018
EGU Galileo Conference - Exploring new frontiers in fluids processes in subduction zones
24–29 June 2018
ICTP Summer School on Theory, Mechanisms and Hierarchical Modelling of Climate Dynamics: Multiple Equilibria in the Climate System
25 June – 6 July 2018
The school will be based on lectures on theoretical aspects of atmosphere, ocean and climate dynamics, with focus on the present state of established knowledge and relevant mechanisms. The topic, Multiple Equilibra in the Climate System, will be the subject of afternoon lectures, giving an overview of the most recent progress and hypotheses suggesting the existence of multiple equilibrium states, and consequences for past and future climates. Afternoons will also be devoted to practical sessions
4th Cargèse Summer School: Flow and Transport in Porous and Fractured media: Development, Protection, Management ad Sequestration of Subsurface Fluids
25 June – 6 July 2018
The objectives of the Cargèse summer school are to provide participants with a high level interdisciplinary training on the fundamental processes and recent theoretical and methodological advances that have emerged in the study of flow, transport and biogeochemical processes in the subsurface.
7th International SOLAS Summer School
23 July – 4 August 2018
The SOLAS Summer School is a biennial, international event that brings together over 70 students and 15 world-leading international scientists, in a variety of fields, for a combination of lectures and practical workshops. It aims to teach the skills and knowledge of the many disciplines needed to understand the nature of ocean-atmosphere interactions and how to link ocean-atmosphere interactions with climate and people.
Glaciers, Moraines and Climate: Challenges of Identifying, Dating and Extracting Palaeoclimatic Data from Former Glacier Fluctuations
13–16 August 2018
CNDS/EGU Summer School on Natural Hazards in the Anthropocene
20–24 August 2018
This one-week course aims to gather early career scientists in earth-, engineering- and social sciences to understand the dynamics and negative impacts of natural hazards (e.g., floods, droughts, landslides, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes) as well as international crisis preparedness and social vulnerability. More specifically, the course offers intensive training that will cover the fundamental concepts and tools for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).
Young Seismologists Training Course: "Array Seismology"
27–31 August 2018
International School of Space Science "The Polar Upper Atmosphere: from Science to Operational Issues "
17–21 September 2018
The goal of the school is to foster the excitement and to encourage the involvement of the next generation of researchers in the studies of the geospace environment of Polar Regions. The importance of these regions is rapidly growing due to the modern society’s dependence on the technology vulnerable to space weather effects (e.g. GNSS navigation). The school, mainly addressed to graduate and post-graduate students, will consists of lectures, hands-on activities and team building exercises.
EGU Training School on "Geoheritage management: conservation, promotion and monitoring"
24–28 September 2018
Deadline: Abstracts 30 June 2018
The main objective of the training school is to present and discuss the geoheritage management topic, namely the conservation, promotion and monitoring of geosites and geodiversity sites. The training school is addressed to early career scientists (35 years old or younger) and undergraduate or postgraduate students (who obtained her/his highest degree qualification within the last two years) worldwide involved with any topic related to geoheritage and aiming to know more about these subjects.
16th Plinius conference on Mediterranean Risks
9–12 October 2018
The objective of the 2018 conference is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussions on our current state of knowledge of Mediterranean risks, such as heavy rainfall events, strong winds, sea surges, floods and landslides. This will be achieved by bringing together scientific experts in the fields of meteorology, hydrology, geomorphology, sociology, engineering, and also governmental or private risk management actors.
EGU General Assembly 2019
7–12 April 2019
Deadline: Abstracts 10 January 2019
EGU General Assembly 2020
3–8 May 2020
Deadline: Abstracts 15 January 2020
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