EGU meetings calendar
CNDS/EGU Summer School on Natural Hazards in the Anthropocene
19–23 August 2019
This one-week course gathers PhD students in earth-, engineering- and social sciences to understand the dynamics and negative impacts of natural hazards (floods, droughts, wildfires, volcanoes, earthquakes, etc.) as well as international crisis preparedness and social vulnerability. The course offers intensive training that will cover both fundamental concepts and up-to-date tools for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).
5th EGU Summer School - Structural Analysis of Crystalline Rocks
Nevessee area, Italy
24–30 August 2019
The school is aimed at teaching advanced techniques of quantitative structural analysis in deformed basement rocks. It is addressed at PhD and post-Doc students and early-career researchers.
2019 Ada Lovelace Workshop on Modelling Mantle and Lithospheric Dynamics
Certosa di Pontignano, Siena, Italy
25–30 August 2019
This workshop series, initiated in 1987 and taking place every two years, was renamed by EGU in 2018 to honour the 19th century English mathematician Ada Lovelace. The goals are to (i) encourage detailed discussion on scientific and technical aspects of geodynamic modeling, (ii) foster interaction with neighbouring disciplines, (iii) introduce students and postdocs in an informal setting to current geodynamic research, and (iv) support international collaboration.
5th EGU Galileo Conference: Mass extinctions, recovery and resilience
Utrecht, The Netherlands
26 August – 1 September 2019
Glacial Isostatic Adjustment Training School 2019
26–30 August 2019
A training school on glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) modelling will be held 26-30 August 2019 in Gävle, Sweden. The program includes lectures and practical exercises aimed at investigating interactions between solid Earth deformation, ice mass change, and associated sea-level and geoid variations. The course is aimed at graduate students or early career scientists who are working on (or will soon start working on) topics related to GIA modelling. No prior modelling experience required.
Global Ocean Oxygen Network (GO2NE) International Summer School
2–8 September 2019
The IOC- GO2NE SS2019 will bring together 40 PhD students and early career scientists with 16 world-leading international scientists. It aims to connect young researchers with leading scientists from the academic and SMEs world working on oxygen not only in a theoretical framework, but also through practical sessions on laboratory experiments, field work, modelling and special sessions on communication, ethics, and engagement with stakeholder.
Solute Imaging Summer School 2019: High-resolution chemical imaging of solutes in soils and sediments
12–17 September 2019
The aim of this Summer School is to teach the theoretical background and practical application of two-dimensional solute visualisation techniques, which allow for multi-analyte visualization of a broad range of solute parameters (metal(loid)s, oxyanions, O2, pH, enzyme activity) in soils and sediments at high spatial (µm-mm) and temporal resolution (min-h).
Coche 2019 Coastal Changes and Evolution training school
15–18 September 2019
CoChE is an international training school dedicated to the upcoming generation of coastal researchers. It will focus on current methods to investigate the response of coastal zones to ongoing climate change. The training school will include in-class lessons and field activities covering a range of specific fields. CoChe is a unique international forum to explore the diverse dynamics of past, present and future coastal evolution, from a field perspective to a wide range of modelling approaches.
Geoscience Communication School
16–21 September 2019
Attending the school students will learn how to effectively convey important research results to a public of both experts and laypeople. Students will learn how to write an abstract, how to structure effectively a poster about their research, how to write a paper. Also students will receive coaching from experienced researchers on proposal and report drafting, and on how to improve communication to policymakers, general public and school students.
2nd IAG-EGU Intensive Course: Field Training School on Coastal Geomophology of Climatically and Tectonically Sensitive Areas
Anavyssos & Athens, Greece
22–27 September 2019
The event will be part of the IAG Training Programme, which encourages and promotes Early Career Geomorphologists worldwide by offering grants and bringing them to interact with renowned Geomorphologists and Geoscientists regarding their research activities.
2nd IAG-EGU Intensive Course: Field Training School on " Coastal Geomorphology of Climatically and Τectonically sensitive areas"
22–27 September 2019
As part of the next Regional Conference on Geomorphology, the event will be part of the IAG Training Programme and will be for the second time organized in collaboration with the EGU Geomorphology Division. Early Career Geomorphologists will interact with renowned Geomorphologists and Geoscientists and learn the pioneering techniques, innovative and multidisciplinary approaches to be used in geomorphological field work in climatically and tectonically sensitive coastal areas.
Ice Core Analysis Techniques (ICAT) PhD school 2019
23–28 September 2019
The ICAT PhD school (2 ECTS) is aimed at PhD students and junior postdocs who conduct ice core analysis or are users of ice core data (glaciologists, oceanographers, climate modelers, earth scientists). ICAT aims to educate a new generation of ice core researchers and foster a collaborative environment for future glaciological projects.
6th EGU Galileo Conference: Perturbations of earth surface dynamics caused by extreme events
13–19 October 2019
10th EGU Leonardo Conference: Global change, landscape ageing and the pulse of catchments
16–18 October 2019
During the 2019 EGU Leonardo topical conference, we intend to assess the current status quo and potential ways forward on (i) catchment evolution conceptualization, (ii) conciliation of (dynamic) catchment complexity and (static) model complexity, as well as (iii) re-connection of field research and hydrological modelling.
Training workshop "Data Curation and Management: Current Achievements and Future Challenges"
6–8 November 2019
The management and curation of research data is a very timely topic. Researchers are increasingly required to organize the long-term storage and access of the data used to obtain their results. As such, data training is highly relevant! WDS and EGU invite early career researchers for a 2.5 day workshop to gain practical skills in data curation and management. Accommodation and meals are fully covered, travel costs need to be covered by the participants (some limited funding is available).
EGU General Assembly 2020
3–8 May 2020
Deadline: Abstracts 15 January 2020
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