AGU … are your presentations ready?

Many European Earth and space scientists who attend the annual American Geophysical Union Fall meeting are probably glued to their computers right now finishing off their oral or poster presentations. It amazes me how – from personal experience – it is always at the very last week (or day) that some scientific breakthrough is made. But that is just the beginning. For Europeans attendin ...[Read More]

Movember seismologists

Movember is the new November when men grow and proudly show their defining moustaches. Have you grown your moustache? I have done so for the last month as evident in the introductory vid. Now, that I am close to return to my smooth-shaven chin and upper lips, I was wondering which famous seismologists had nice fluffy moustaches. I headed on to Googling some portraits. Here is what I came across: R ...[Read More]

29th November: EGU deadline for Support Applications

Are you planning on attending and presenting your work at the next EGU in 2014? Do you know you might benefit from financial support that may include a waiver of the registration fee, a refund of the Abstract Processing Charge, and support for travel expenditures? You can find all the information here: If you think you are entitled for such sup ...[Read More]

The first post

Hi all, Welcome to the European Geosciences Union young seismologist blog – Seismoblog. This is a new website dedicated to the young researchers within the EGU Seismology Division. It is my honour to be the Young Scientist Representative within this division for the next couple of months. Following discussions with the President of the Seismology Division, Charlotte Krawczyk, we have decided ...[Read More]