The EGU General Assembly 2017 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. It is held in Vienna, April 23 to 28.
Our newsletter comes out every three months and includes information about the work done in our project and more.
Our first TRR 181 Winter School took place at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute in List on Sylt starting February 6 to 10. 26 PhDs and postdocs faced the cold winds and snow of the North Sea in February to collaborate and learn about the TRR 181 disciplines.
Last week the largest Earth and space sciene meeting in the world was held in San Francisco.
Our newsletter comes out every three months and includes interesting information about the work of our project.
Our principal investigator Dr. Christian Franzke welcomed Dr. Terence O'Kane (CSIRO Atmospheres and Ocean, Australia) in November to discuss M2 project related questions.
Yesterday our kick off meeting was held in the Yu Garden Hamburg. Around 50 scientists came together to officially start off the TRR181 "Energy transfer in Atmosphere and Ocean"!
Last week around a 100 scientists met at Universität Hamburg for the international conference „Data Analysis and Modeling in Earth Sciences“ (DAMES). The conference was co-organized by our principal investigators Prof. Valerio Lucarini and Dr. Christian Franzke.
Our principal investigator Prof. Valerio Lucarini won a prize for best presentation at the Frontiers of Nonlinear Physics International Conference 2016.
Our principal investigator Prof. Jens Rademacher welcomed Prof. Edgar Knobloch (UC Berkely) in July to discuss M2 project related questions.