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Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology
Franziska Keller

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 – Sessions in the Spotlight: Earthquake swarms and complex seismic sequences driven by transient forcing in tectonic and volcanic regions

#vEGU21 – Sessions in the Spotlight: Earthquake swarms and complex seismic sequences driven by transient forcing in tectonic and volcanic regions

The vEGU21 abstract submission is now open until 13 January 2021!! Every week from now on we will highlight a GMPV session on our blog to help you navigating your way through the wild jungle of almost 700 available EGU sessions! Today we will start our journey with session SM6.1: “Earthquake swarms and complex seismic sequences driven by transient forcing in tectonic and volcanic regionsR ...[Read More]

GMPV ECS online talks: Wednesday 18 November

GMPV ECS online talks: Wednesday 18 November

The 5th edition of the Geochemistry, Minerology, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks will be on Wednesday 18 November 4pm CET. Our speakers are: Joao Lages (Post doc @ University of Palermo) – Constraints on mantle, slab and crustal contributions to majors volatiles and noble gases along subduction zones Ailsa Naismith (PhD candidate @ University of Bristol) – Design ...[Read More]

GMPV ECS Online Talks: 20th October

GMPV ECS Online Talks: 20th October

The 4th edition of the Geochemistry, Minerology, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks will be on Tuesday 20 October 10am CEST. Our speakers are: Alexis Bougouin (Université Clermont Auvergne) – ‘Experimental study of tsunamis generated by pyroclastic flows’ Carrie Soderman (University of Cambridge) – ‘Heavy stable Fe isotopes in OIB: tracing mantle sources and process ...[Read More]

The Challenges of Being LGBTQIA+ in Earth Sciences

The Challenges of Being LGBTQIA+ in Earth Sciences

Did you know that political leaders in some European countries declare LGBTQIA+ as a totalitarian “ideology” that is “worse than communism” or compare gay adoption to pedophilia? This may sound unimaginable these days but those are statements that were proclaimed just recently, within the past years! The ILGA Europe publishes a review of the human rights situation of LGBTQIA+ people in Europe each ...[Read More]