Afraid to present? Practice your talk at EGU

Many young scientists fear the worst during their presentation showdown. A special session is being held to give young speakers of Oral or PICO presentation to have one more chance to practice their talk, at the EGU complex itself! The session: Oral presentation feedback round is not only meant for people to practice their talk but also to gain feedback on how to improve their talk. The participat ...[Read More]

EGU 2015 short course: Seismology for non-seismologists

Do you have difficulty in understanding results inferred from seismological studies? A dedicated short course directed towards non-seismologists, with a particular focus for young scientists (graduate students and postdocs), is being held during this year’s EGU general assembly The main goal of the course is to provide an introduction into the concepts and methods in seismology and how they ...[Read More]

First TIDES Training school on Seismic Data

A, not-to-miss, training school for PhD students and young seismologists. Full information is provided on the website First TIDES Training school on Seismic Data Bertinoro (FC) Italy June 1-5 2015 Application form deadline: March 31, 2015 In the framework of COST Action TIDES (TIme-DEpendent Seismology) — a network of 19 European countries supported by the COST Association, we ...[Read More]

An interesting read about Inge Lehmann

Inge Lehmann lived a long life from May 13th, 1888 to February 21st, 1993. She was a Danish seismologist who discovered the Earth’s inner core. In 1936 she postulated from existing seismic data that the Earth’s core is not a single molten sphere, but that an inner core exists, which has physical properties that are different from those in the outer core. A recent tribute has been publi ...[Read More]