Seminars are held on Mondays at 4:15 in Haus 27, Hörsaal 0.01
Date Speaker
April 9

Oliver Korup


Welcome to the new academic year
April 16

Francois Guyot

Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris

Biomineralogy of deep sea hydrothermal vents Max Wilke
April 23


April 30

Peter van der Beek

University Grenoble Alpes & Aexander von Humboldt guest professor, Uni Potsdam

Late-Cenozoic Climate change, Erosion rates, and Relief of Mountain Belts Manfred Strecker
May 7

Jennifer Jackson


Combining geophysical observations with experimental mineral physics to understand Earth's core-mantle boundary region

Georg Spiekermann

May 14

Roberto Braga

University of Bologna

Carbon storage and release in a continental subduction channel: the Ulten Zone case Silvio Ferrero
May 21


May 28

Jonas Kley

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

Structure of the Main Pamir Thrust and External Pamir thrust belt in Kyrgyzstan and western China Ed Sobel
June 4

Thomas Forbrigger


Shallow seismic Rayleigh waves: mostly useful, sometimes tricky Frank Krueger
June 11

Rajiv Sinha

IT Kanpur - Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Megafans in the Indo-Gangetic plains: an overview and assessment of research Bodo Bookhagen
June 18

Faysal Bibi

Museum für Naturkunde

Paleoenvironments and Evolutionary Dynamics in the Context of Human Evolution Bodo Bookhagen
June 25

David Boutt

U Mass-Amherst

Birdsall-Dreiss Lecture:

Do you know where your catchment ends?  The role of inter-basin groundwater flow and hydrogeologic transience in hydrologic processes

Sascha Oswald
July 2

Asfawossen Asrat

Addis Ababa University

Climate Geo-engineering: Global South's Involvement Martin Trauth
July 9


Science Slam! Fachschaft
July 16

Frank Neitzel

TU Berlin

Terrestrial laser scanning for automated geomorphometric monitoring Bodo Bookhagen