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.
|Magma Chamber Simulator: Modeling Crustal Geochemical Processes||University of Lausanne||
Prof. Wendy Bohrson, Colorado School of Mines, US
|1609455600 Autumn 2021||8 / 15|
|DPMS day 2021||Université de Fribourg||1631656800 Autumn 2021||2 / 33|
|Swiss Geoscience Meeting 2021||University of Geneva||1637276400 November 19th to 20th 2021||3 / 30|
|Evolution of Volcanism in the Central Antilles Arc from the Miocene to the Present Day||Martinique and Dominica (Lesser Antilles)||
Dr. Aurélie GERMA, University of Florida, USA
Dr. Yannis LABEAU, University of the Antilles, Martinique
Dr. Thomas SHELDRAKE, UNIGE
Dr. Anne-Marie LEJEUNE, Observatoire Volcanologique et Sismologique de la Martinique
|1638140400 10 days between November 29th and December 12th 2021 (date to be confirmed)||2 / 13|
Prof. Christian Verard, external collaborator at UNIGE
|1615158000 March 08th to 11th 2021||19 / 20|
|Advanced Techniques in Characterisation of Clays and Clay Minerals||University of Geneva (partly online)||
Prof. Branimir Segvic, Texas Tech University, USA
Giovanni Zanoni, Texas Tech University, USA
|1623103200 June 8th to 11th 2021||9 / 12|