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Outreach Webinars and online events

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Webinars and online events

EGU webinars are hosted quarterly and give EGU members an opportunity to learn about EGU activities or science-related skills from the comfort of their own homes or offices. All webinars are free for current EGU members. Each session will also be uploaded to the EGU YouTube page after one week to allow anyone who is unable to join the live session or any interested non-members to still benefit from the information.

EGU also hosts other online networking and training events periodically, which may be run by the Division Representatives or the EGU Office. Official guidelines for EGU Online Events can be found here. For more information, please contact: communications@egu.eu.

Please feel free to share our webinars with anyone who may be interested. The EGU also welcomes suggestions for webinar topics. Please send your ideas to webinars@egu.eu.

Past events



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SSS Division Campfire: Gender Equity

  • Campfire
  • 25 March 2021, 19:00

The second SSS Division Campfire aims to bring together Early Career Scientists online, when meeting up in person is difficult. The focus of this month’s EGUcampfire is gender equity in (soil) science, and will be held on Thursday 25 March at 19.00 CET.





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GMPV Division Campfire: GMPV 9th ECS online talk

  • Campfire
  • 17 March 2021, 11:00

The 9th edition of the Geochemistry, Minerology, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks will be on Wednesday 17th March 16.00 CET.

This is our second session of 2021, which will focus on trace element segregation, Anak Krakatau, maar vaolcanoes and ultra-mafic rocks in India!


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How to get the most out of online conferences

This webinar will address the guiding vision behind online conferences and how they can help researchers; how attendees can best interact with online platforms; and how to look after yourself while navigating the virtual realm, including during vEGU21.




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GMPV Division Campfire: GMPV 8th ECS online talk

  • Campfire
  • 17 February 2021, 16:00

The 8th edition of the Geochemistry, Minerology, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks will be on Wednesday 17th February 16.00 CET.

This is our second session of 2021, which will focus on fluids in the lithospheric mantle, felsic nucleation, element recycling and gas emissions in a dormant volcano in Romania!




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GMPV Division Campfire: GMPV ECS online talks

  • Campfire
  • 20 January 2021, 11:00

The 7th edition of the Geochemistry, Minerology, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks will be on Wednesday 20 January 11am CET.

This is our first special edition of 2021, with a focus on volcanic plumes, and their ash and gas emissions!


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All about open access: from abstracts to preprints!

  • Webinar
  • 4 January 2021, 16:00

Do you have questions about open access but are unsure where to look for answers? Perhaps you aren’t sure whether or not to submit an abstract for the upcoming vEGU21: Gather Online because your research isn’t yet published? Then this is the webinar for you!

This interview-style webinar will feature Ulrich Pöschl, founder and co-chair of the international open access initiative OA2020, founder and Editor-in-Chief of the EGU’s open access journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, and former Chair and current member of the EGU’s Publications Committee. After Ulrich has answered a number of key questions on open access, attendees will also be given the opportunity to ask their own.


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EGU’s festive science for policy ”happy hour"!

  • Online event
  • 17 December 2020, 17:00

Join us on Thursday 17 December for EGU’s festive science for policy ”happy hour”! This festive networking event, which will begin at 17:00 CEST, will provide participants with the opportunity to virtually mingle with people working at the science-policy interface as well as others who may be interested in doing so.


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CR Division Campfire: Icy-Christmassy Holiday Get Together

  • Campfire
  • 10 December 2020, 19:00

The Association for Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) Germany, International Glaciological Society Early career Glaciology Group (EGG) and the European Geosciences Union Crysophere team (EGU CR) welcome you to a chilly, Chirstmassy online get together. Whilst we can’t meet up for Glühwein and festivities this year, we can still socialise and have a some holiday cheer!


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Funding opportunities: European Research Council grants

The European Research Council (ERC) is a leading European funding body supporting frontier research, investigator-driven, across all fields of science. During this webinar, the main features of ERC individual grants will be presented, with a special focus on the Earth System Sciences panel (PE10).


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Making geoscience societies more inclusive

This webinar will explore some of the many ways that geoscience societies and their members can be more inclusive of diverse under-represented or minority groups, in the face of existing structural discrimination, both in our work environments and personal lives. It will ask the challenging question of what can be done to improve, particularly when engaging with geoscience society activities?


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Engaging with Geoscience Education

EGU sponsors a number of initiatives that support teachers and scientists with educational roles. This webinar will highlight a number of these initiatives and outline how EGU members and teachers can engage with them.


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EGU’s first virtual “science for policy” happy hour

  • Online event
  • 22 July 2020, 18:00

Join us on Wednesday 22 July for EGU’s first virtual “science for policy” happy hour! This networking event, which will begin at 18:00 CEST, will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about EGU’s upcoming science for policy activities and to virtually mingle with people working at the science-policy interface as well as others who may be interested in doing so.


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Careers outside of academia

Scientific skills and knowledge are becoming progressively valued in non-academic job sectors. However, navigating job opportunities and transitioning to different career paths can be difficult. This webinar will focus on the career paths of three scientists who are working in non-academic sectors.