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
Porphyry and epithermal ore deposits in Western Anatolia, Turkey: Biga peninsula, Menderes massif and Cenozoic volcanic province of Western Anatolia Turquie: Izmir, Kisladag péninsule de Biga, massif de Menderes

Prof. Robert Moritz, UNIGE

Prof. Ilkay Kusçu, Mugla University, Turquie

1655503200 June 18th to 26th 2022 16 / 15
DPMS day 2022 To be defined 1661983200 Autumn 2022 5 / 35 registration
Swiss Geoscience Meeting 2022 University of Lausanne 1667257200 November or December 2022 4 / 35 registration
Practical Course in Resource Economics and Mineral Exploration: From Discovery to Evaluation University of Geneva ; online

Prof. Georges Beaudoin, Université Laval, Canada

1641769200 January 10th to 19th 2022 7 / 29
Introduction to Atom Probe Tomography with Highlights in Geoscience Applications Zoom, ETHZ

Dr. Stephan Gerstl, ETHZ

Prof. Steven Reddy, Curtain University, Perth, Australia

Dr. Elias Bloch, UNIL

Dr. David Saxey, Curtain University, Perth, Australia

1648677600 31st of March and 1st of April, 2022 14 / 15
Determination of Magma Ascent Rates University of Geneva

Teacher. Terry Plank, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

1649109600 5th and 6th of April 2022 13 / 18
Syn-Tectonic Magmatic-to-Hydrothermal Transition as a Marker of Deformation Conditions in the Middle Continental Crust University of Geneva

Dr. Alain Chauvet, CNRS, Université de Montpellier 2, France

1649282400 April 7th and 8th 2022 12 / 20
Evolution of Volcanism in the Central Antilles Arc from the Miocene to the Present Day Martinique (Lesser Antilles)

Dr. Aurélie GERMA, University of Florida

Dr. Yannis LABEAU, University of the Antilles, Martinique

Dr. Thomas SHELDRAKE, UNIGE

Dr. Anne-Marie LEJEUNE, Observatoire Volcanologique et Sismologique de la Martinique

1651615200 May 5th to 13th 2022 14 / 16