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Kurse der DGGV & von der DGGV geförderte Kurse

Studentische Mitglieder und DoktorandInnen können für die Teilnahme an diesen Kursen einen Zuschuss beantragen, sofern sie Mitglied der DGGV sind bzw. dieses während der jeweiligen Veranstaltung werden.

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59th online course on MATLAB and Python Recipes for Earth Sciences

16.09. – 20.09.2024

Prof. Dr. Martin H. Trauth
Institut fuer Geowissenschaften, Universitaet Potsdam

The popular online course on data analysis in the geosciences will be taught bilingual using the two leading programming languages and development environments MATLAB and Python in parallel on 16–20 September 2024. The course is based on my books MATLAB Recipes for Earth Science (Springer 2021) and Python Recipes for Earth Sciences (Springer 2022), of which new editions will be published in summer 2024.

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Blockkurs Isotopengeochemische Bestimmung von Altern und Raten in der Prozessgeomorphologie

22.07. – 27.07.2024

Prof. Friedhelm von Blanckenburg
Freie Universität Berlin – Fachbereich Geowissenschaften

Im Rahmen der FU Module Geowissenschaften Schwerpunkt Geodynamik und Geomaterialien und affiner Bereich Geographie: GG022 „Isotopenuhren in Erdoberflächenprozessen“ (24215a-5 (V) 3SWS; 24215b-5 (S) 3SWS) und als DGGV Doktorandenkurs (6 LP).

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Flügel-Course: International Course on Carbonate Microfacies

Flügel Courses: 10th – 14th March and 17th – 21nd March 2025

The Flügel Course is an internationally renowned course in carbonate microfacies which has been running in Erlangen since 1974. Demand has increased through time, and since 2015 the course has been running twice a year. It is organised by the Palaeontology department of the GeoZentrum Nordbayern (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) and has been attended by over 2000 colleagues from both academia and industry. It covers a wide range of topics, and is in the form of short presentations and accompanying microscope exercises. Skills will be developed on both thin sections and loose sediments. Great emphasis is placed on recent research developments in carbonate systems (e.g., cold-water carbonates, deep-water reefs, bioerosion, cold seep carbonates). The GeoZentrum Erlangen has a unique collection of carbonate samples from around the world. It is also possible to bring your own samples to discuss with specialists.

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