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    GESEP School 2019: Lake Sediment Drilling, Core Processing and Geochronology

    The German Scientific Earth Probing Consortium, GESEP e.V. invites within the framework of the DFG Colloquium IODP/ICDP to the GESEP SCHOOL 2019 „Lake Sediment Drilling, Core Processing and Geochronology“ from 20.–21. March at the University of Cologne. More: GESEP School 2019: Lake Sediment Drilling, Core Processing and Geochronology …

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    Apply now until 28 February 2019!

    Supporting early-career scientists is a fundamental concern of Geoverbund ABC/J. Therefore, the Geoverbund ABC/J will present the Geoverbund ABC/J Young Academics Award for the ninth time in 2019. The research prize honors outstanding, innovative, and interdisciplinary research in the field of geosciences, including geography. Applications/nominations are now possible until 28 February 2019. More: Apply now until 28 February 2019! …

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    PASCAL - Making turns in Accra

    On Monday 26th November, the "Pan-African Soil Challenge" (PASCAL) project has started in Accra (Ghana). Marcel Bülow and Erhard Zeiss of the Jülich corporate communication team give insight into what is going on during this special week. More: PASCAL - Making turns in Accra …

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    PASCAL - Making turns in Accra

    On Monday 26th November, the "Pan-African Soil Challenge" (PASCAL) project has started in Accra (Ghana). Marcel Bülow and Erhard Zeiss of the Jülich corporate communication team give insight into what is going on during this special week. More: PASCAL - Making turns in Accra …

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    New directors for HPSC TerrSys and Geoverbund ABC/J

    Since October 1, Prof. Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen has been the new Director of the Competence Center High-Performance Scientific Computing in Terrestrial Systems (HPSC TerrSys). He takes over the task from Prof. Stefan Kollet, who has held the position since the foundation of the HPSC TerrSys in 2012. The Scientific Director is elected regularly for a period of three years. More: New directors for HPSC TerrSys and Geoverbund ABC/J …


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