Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology

GMPV Campfires – Call for Speakers

EGU GMPV Campfires - Call for Speakers

GMPV Campfires – Call for Speakers


The EGU Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology ECS committee are currently looking for early career scientists to present at and attend our monthly online talk series (EGU Campfires). 

The EGU Campfires are a free one-hour online seminar consisting of three to four 10-12-minute talks. These quick-fire presentations give you an opportunity to share your work in a relaxed and friendly environment to like-minded scientists. If you are interested in participating in one of our future events, you can sign up to give a talk using this Google Form. For more information about the early career scientist (ECS) status, please click here.

The ECS tips are a new format in which we discuss topics of interest for early career scientists. Those topics include career options, careers outside academia, how to apply for PhD/PostDoc positions and how to find them, etc.. 

For those who are interested in either giving a talk at or attending an EGU campfire event, please see the following dates:

  • June 13th 2024 – time tbd: General format (1 spot left!!) – Details and registration link to be published soon.
  • September 2024: General format (Looking for speakers)
  • November 2024: General format (Looking for speakers)

For more information on the GMPV campfire talk series and interesting articles written by the GMPV early career scientists committee please visit our blog page here:

We look forward to seeing you at one of our events in the future.

All the best,

GMPV Campfires Committee

Marine Boulanger (Université Clermont Auvergne), Giulia Consuma (The University of Western Australia), Marco Knüver (University of Bari), Veronica Peverelli (University of Bologna), Anne Sturm (Universität Heidelberg), Fernanda Torres (Ruhr Universität Bochum), Naomi Tücker (The University of Western Australia).

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