GMPV
Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology

Call for presentations: Early Career Scientist Webinar series

Call for presentations: Early Career Scientist Webinar series

The EGU GMPV ECS** committee are pleased to invite you to contribute to a new series of webinars, highlighting new research by early career scientists. These webinars will be one hour long, made up of four talks (8-10 minutes each) from across the breadth of GMPV, with time for discussions. Whilst the exact timings are TBD, they will be run during the day in the European time zones, probably alternating morning and afternoon, to accommodate participants from further east and west, respectively. This is the first call for presentations.

If you are interested in presenting your work, please fill in the google form below. Any topic within the GMPV sphere is welcome, we just ask that presentations contain one slide highlighting broader implications of your work.

👉 https://forms.gle/LeiNVEGL1MRV7Thn7 👈

Looking forward to seeing you all online!

**the award for longest acronym goes to… European Geoscience Union, Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology, Early Career Scientists

Mike Jollands
Mike Jollands is an experimental petrologist at the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, New York, USA. He studies the diffusion and substitution mechanisms of trace elements, making use of high temperature and pressure equipment to simulate volcanic and mantle conditions. www.mikejollands.com

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