Courses and meetings

There are three basic categories of course activities within the DPMS:

  • (ME) acquiring scientific tools: courses on imaging, analytical and modeling techniques.
  • (SB) acquiring a broad scientific background: conferences on scientific topics of general interest in Mineral Sciences.
  • (SK) acquiring soft skills: oral and poster presentations given by the doctoral students, conferences and workshops on soft skills.

For detailed information on course categories.
For practical information on location, travel expenses, etc...

Cat. Title Location Map [d] Speakers Dates Places
Diffusion in the Earth Sciences: Theory and Applications (Short Course) Lausanne

Dr. Michael Jollands, UNIL

Dr. Elias Bloch, UNIL

Prof. Lukas Baumgartner, UNIL

Dre. Sylvie Demouchy, University of Montpellier, France

Prof. James Van Orman, Case Western University, USA

1554156000 April 2nd to April 5th 2019 19 / 25 registration
Tectonics and Magmatism in Complex Settings Genève

Dr. Joe Colgan, United States Geological Survey

Dre. Maggie Curry, Université de Grenoble, France

Dr. Peter Lipman, United States Geological Survey

Prof. Olivier Bachmann, ETHZ

1556143200 April 25th to 26th 2019 13 / 25 registration
Plutonic Systems in Space and Time: Adamello Field School Adamello mountains

Prof. Othmar Müntener, UNIL

Prof. Luca Caricchi, UNIGE

Prof. Peter Ulmer, ETHZ

1563400800 July 18th to 26th 2019 8 / 15 registration
Mount Etna and the Aeolian Islands, Sicily: Evolution and Monitoring of Europe’s Most Active Volcanoes Aeolian Islands and Mount Etna

Dre. Laura Pioli, UNIGE

Prof. Luca Caricchi, UNIGE

Dr. Marco Neri, INGV Catania

Dr. Daniele Andronico, INGV Catania

1567893600 September 8th to 15th 2019 15 / 15 registration
DPMS Spring/Fall Day Fribourg 1570744800 October 11th 2019 3 / 35 registration
Swiss Geoscience Meeting Fribourg 1574377200 November 22nd to 23rd 2019 2 / 30 registration
Light Stable Isotope Geochemistry Applied to Magmatic and Surficial Environments Genève

Prof. Ilya Bindeman, University of Oregon, USA

1547506800 January 15th to 16th 2019 14 / 15
Rates and Chronologies in Volcanology: From magma dynamics to the impact of eruptions Genève

Prof. Axel Schmitt, Institut für Geowissenschaften, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany 

Dr. Olgeir Sigmarsson, Laboratoire de Magmas et Volcans, CNRS Clermont Ferrand, France

Prof. Tamsin Mather, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, UK

Prof. Karen Fontijn, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

1549839600 February 11th to 12th 2019 15 / 25