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The National Association of Petrologists (GNP), the Italian Society of Mineralogy and Petrology (SIMP) and the European Mineralogical Union (EMU), announce:International School on Mantle Dynamics – MEREMA 2nd Edition 

It will be held in Sestri Levante (Genova, Italy) at the wonderful Hotel Vis à Vis (https://www.hotelvisavis.com) along the Ligurian coast, 30 March – 2 April 2020.

Details of the program, registration and venue can be found at the link: http://www.socminpet.it/Merema/

Participants will be encouraged to present their research results in a poster session.

Graduate and PhD students, post-docs and young researchers interested in applying for the School should send an email to gnp-@unife.it by October 15th 2019 (see details at the website). Deadline for final registration is December 31st, 2019

Please contact GNP Secretary (gnp-@unife.it) and Elisabetta Rampone (betta@dipteris.unige.it) for further details.

The University of Perugia (Department of Physics and Geology), in collaboration with the Società Geologica Italiana, organizes the International Structural Geology School G. Pialli 2019 about "Seismic interpretation of passive margins - rift tectonics, volcanism, salt versus non-salt systems"The School will be held in Perugia (Italy) on October 1 - 4, 2019
The School is targeted to PhD students, post-docs, advanced master students and young researchers. Course participants do not require prior seismic interpretation experience.
The maximum number of participants is 20 and the fee is 50€; at the end of the course, a certificate of attendance will be given to each participant.

To apply to the School, please ask for the admission form to filippo.carboni@unipg.it.
Deadline for subscription is September 10th, 2019

Lectures will be held by Dr Stefan Back (RWTH Aachen University), focusing on the seismic interpretation of passive continental margins.
Passive continental margins originate by continental break-up and form at the transition between continental and oceanic crust. In this course, we will interpret 2D and 3D reflection-seismic data from different passive margin settings integrating tectonic and stratigraphic observations. Besides a geological overview of fundamental plate tectonic concepts, the course will also provide an introduction to 2D and 3D practical seismic interpretation as applied in the subsurface geological analysis. Emphasis will be laid on pragmatically selecting interpretation approaches that are appropriate for particular datasets and purposes to ensure that subsurface interpretations are geologically meaningful and applicable. 

Dal 26 luglio 2019 è aperta la piattaforma di candidatura relativa al Bando "PhD Cibo e sviluppo sostenibile - F.A.I. Lab" destinato ai Dottori di ricerca.

Il Progetto "PhD Cibo e sviluppo sostenibile - F.A.I. Lab", gestito dalla Fondazione CRUI su incarico del MIUR e in partenariato con Coldiretti, punta a realizzare un'azione di sostegno alla collocazione dei dottori di ricerca in un settore di punta per l'economia nazionale, quello della filiera agroalimentare "Made in Italy" al fine di inserire personale altamente qualificato in realtà imprenditoriali che svolgono attività di ricerca, sviluppo e innovazione in uno dei seguenti settori: 

  1. VALORIZZAZIONE DEL MADE IN ITALY AGROALIMENTARE
  2. QUALITA' E SICUREZZA ALIMENTARE
  3. SOSTENIBILITA' AMBIENTALE E SOCIALE DELL'AGRICOLTURA
  4. INNOVAZIONE E SVILUPPO PER LA COMPETITITIVITA' DELLE IMPRESE

I Dottori di ricerca, in possesso dei requisiti previsti dal Bando, potranno visionare le offerte di lavoro presenti in piattaforma e candidarsi a quella di proprio interesse, in Imprese del settore agricolo ed agroalimentare i cui contratti sono cofinanziati dal Progetto. 

La piattaforma di candidatura destinata ai dottori di ricerca sarà disponibile fino alle ore12:00 del 30 settembre 2019.

Sul sito del progetto www.phd-failab.it sono disponibili il testo del Bando e l'accesso per la registrazione alla piattaforma (al cui interno i candidati troveranno la lista delle offerte e la Guida alla compilazione della candidatura). 

Si prega di dare ampia diffusione alle strutture e ai soggetti potenzialmente interessati.

Per informazioni: info@phd-failab.it

Nell’ambito del progetto bilaterale CNR-ARST (Egitto) MARTEDI 16 LUGLIO 2019 (ORE 11.00) presso l'AULA RIUNIONI DELL’ICCOM–CNR (aula 20, ingresso 21, piano
terrail prof. AHMED ELSHAZLY Ahmed Elshazly (Dipartimento di Oceanografia, Facoltà di Scienze dell'Università di Alessandria (Egitto) terrà il seminario dal titolo: 
"QUATERNARY EVOLUTION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN COASTS: A RECONSTRUCTION BASED ON SEA-LEVEL CHANGES". 

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Il Comitato Unico di Garanzia dell'Università di Pisa promuove l'evento dal titolo "Laboratorio sui femminismi - Ciclo di incontri sulla storia di idee, pratiche e movimenti femministi" programmato nei periodi ottobre-novembre 2019 e febbraio-marzo 2020.
Per l'organizzazione e lo svolgimento dell'evento è prevista una figura con compiti di supporto e tutoraggio per la selezione della quale è stato emanato il bando pubblicato con Disposizione Direttoriale rep. n. 534/2019, prot. n. 71522 dell'08/07/2019.

 Il bando è rivolto a: laureand*, laureat* triennali, laureat* magistrali, dottorand* e dottorat* dell’Università di Pisa.

Link al bando e alla domanda di partecipazione

 

Il convegno si svolgerà in due giornate il 28 e 29 Novembre 2019 in "Sala Strozzi", presso il Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Università degli Studi di Firenze
La prima giornata sarà dedicata alla presentazione delle proprie ricerche in qualsiasi ambito relativo allo studio dei fossili da parte di dottorandi, recentemente dottorati (meno di 4 anni dal conseguimento del titolo) e studenti magistrali. Nella seconda giornata si svolgerà un workshop applicativo tenuto dal Prof. P. Raia (Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II), dal Dott. A. Profico (Sapienza Università di Roma) e dal Dott. M. Di Febbraro (Università del Molise).

More info: https://www.socgeol.it/297n2032/2-convegno-nazionale-per-giovani-ricercatori-in-paleontologia.html

Il Corso sulla Tettonica dei Bacini Sedimentari tenuto dal Prof. Sierd Cloetingh dell'Università di Utrecht si svolgerà dal 10 al 13 settembre 2019 presso l'Università di Trieste.

Locandina

https://www.socgeol.it/297n2061/tectonic-and-sedimentary-basins-dynamics.html

PhD Position in Geoscience/Geochemistry/Paleoclimatology/Physics or related field

Unlocking eruption source parameters of ancient volcanic eruptions using ice cores

A PhD position is available at the division of Climate and Environmental Physics (CEP) at the Physics Institute, University of Bern in Switzerland (for 4 years) . This PhD project is part of the European Research Council Consolidator Grant, "Timing of Holocene volcanic eruptions and their radiative aerosol forcing (THERA)". Preferred starting date: October, 2019.

The goal of the THERA project is to extract data on the timing, magnitude and source location of the major volcanic eruptions that occurred during the Holocene (i.e., the past 12,000 years). THERA is focusing on developing a state-of-the-art reconstruction of volcanic aerosol forcing on global climate using novel analytical tools and an array of deep ice-cores from Greenland and Antarctica. 
The PhD student will apply 1) sulfur isotopes (33S, 34S) as a tool for constraining plume injection heights, 2) investigate high-resolution glaciochemical archives of ash and aerosol delivery to elucidate eruption proximity, and 3) undertake detailed tephra sampling and geochemical analyses for fingerprinting provenance. The PhD student will integrate the developing ice-core tephrochronology into regional tephrochronological frameworks from both hemispheres allowing to study the size/frequency distribution of volcanism in different regions since the last ice age.

Supervisor: Prof. Michael Sigl, University of Bern, +41 31 631 8652, michael.sigl@climate.unibe.ch

Qualification requirements

-              strong analytical skills and a Master's degree in physics, chemistry, geosciences (or related)
-              fluent spoken and written English are prerequisites for this position
-              excellent collaboration skills and ability to successfully join in academic teamwork within and across disciplines
-              experience in the use of geochemical analytical techniques or tephra analyses is advantageous
-              some experience in statistics, database management and programming would be beneficial

They offer

-              a fully-funded position for 4 years (salary according to Swiss National Science Foundation rules)
-              a professionally stimulating working environment in a small team
-              the student will benefit from the support of an active, interdisciplinary research environment. The PhD students will work alongside members of the Continuous Flow Analyses Laboratory, the Oeschger Centre of Climate Change Research (OCCR) and international project partners (e.g., St Andrews Isotope Geochemistry, UK)

How to apply:

Deadline for applications: 21st July 2019

Applicants should upload a CV, a statement of research experience and interests (max. 2 pages), a pdf or a web link to the master thesis, and contact information of 2 references as a single pdf at http://fileserver.climate.unibe.ch/upload_apps.php?jobid=thera_2019. Consideration of applications begins immediately. The position will stay open until filled.

 

 

The International Summer School on "Investigating alpine permafrost dynamics from space to the field" will be held in Bolzano (Italy) on 16-19 July 2019.
The school is organized by the University of Pavia and EURAC Research and consist of: 
- 3 days: of lectures and practical exercises. 
- 1 day: field excursion in the exciting periglacial environment of Val Senales (South Tyrol, Italy).

Deadline for application: 16 June 2019

For more information and to apply, please check the following links:
http://phd-dsta.unipv.it/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Locandina_Summer_School_Bolzano-ValSenales_2019.pdf
and here:
http://phd-dsta.unipv.it/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Summer_School_Bolzano-ValSenales_2019.pdf

The School will be held on October 7-10, 2019 in the historical Palazzo Vistarino (https://www.palazzovistarino.it/eng/) in Pavia (Italy). The major purpose of the School is to share and discuss the modern knowledge of the lower continental crust, from geological, structural, petrological, geochemical and geophysical viewpoints. The School is targeted to PhD students, post-docs, advanced master students and young researchers, and comprises a poster session for participants.

To apply to the School, a short CV and a poster's abstract should be sent to chiara.trabella@unipv.it by July 8, 2019.
Registration is free. Participants wishing to apply for a free accommodation at Palazzo Vistarino's guesthouse (six availabilities), should also send: (i) a statement of interest in the School, and (ii) a letter of support from a supervisor.