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Franziska Keller

Franziska Keller is PhD student at the Institute for Geochemistry and Petrology, at ETH Zürich. Her current work focuses on the understanding of long-term petrological cycles in silicic calderas of Japan applying different petrological and geochronological techniques.

vEGU21: Friday highlights

vEGU21: Friday highlights

vEGU21 is slowly coming to an end! We are looking back to a week full of interesting science and an extraordinary Monday which will surely go into EGU history (a great thank you again to all the conveners and organizers who tried to make the best out of the situation, you did a great job 👏). Even though it’s the last conference day and everyone is slowly getting exhausted there are some great sess ...[Read More]

We are upgrading the GMPV blog!!

We are upgrading the GMPV blog!!

We are looking back to almost 4 years of GMPV blog history which covered a wide range of very interesting GMPV related topics from how experiments can help to understand volcanic eruptions to what role GMPV scientists can play in sustainable development. Within the last year, however, our blog team grew significantly (you can see part of our members here) allowing us to restructure the blog a litt ...[Read More]

GMPV ECS online talks: Wednesday 17th February 4pm CET

GMPV ECS online talks: Wednesday 17th February 4pm CET

The 8th edition of the Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks (a part of the EGU Campfires) will be on Wednesday 17th February 4pm CET!   Our speakers are: Andres Sandoval (PhD Student @ University of Palermo) –  The composition of fluids stored in the Central Mexican lithospheric mantle: inferences for noble gases and CO2 in mantle xenoli ...[Read More]

#vEGU21 – The GMPV Session Guide

#vEGU21 – The GMPV Session Guide

Welcome everybody to 2021! We hope you all had pleasant holidays and an amazing start into this hopefully great year! The EGU21 will take place from the 19th – 30th April and unfortunately has to take place online again this year. However, the organizers have much more time to plan and set up this online event than they had last year and promise an entirely different experience from the previous o ...[Read More]