Early Career Scientists

GeoTalk: Alexis Rouillard

GeoTalk is a regular feature highlighting early career researchers and their work. Following the EGU General Assembly, we spoke to Alexis Rouillard, an Arne Richter Outstanding Young Scientist awardee and a brilliant space scientist. First, could you introduce yourself and let us know a bit about your current work at the French National Centre for Scientific Research? Hi, I am Alexis Rouillard and ...[Read More]

Events for Young Scientists at EGU 2013

Short Courses Demystifying Open Access – an open discussion for early career researchers tackling how OA can benefit young scientists without compromising their careers. From what it costs to publish an open access paper to how we can measure its impact, all interested scientists are invited to drop in and join us over drinks in a marketplace of discussion. How to apply for a job. It’s a topic rar ...[Read More]

Networking Opportunities at the 2013 General Assembly

With over 10,000 scientists all in one place, there are ample opportunities to meet other researchers in the Earth, planetary and space sciences, make friends, connections and start new collaborations. Here’s a sample of some of the great networking opportunities at the General Assembly this year: The Earth Science Women’s Network (Sunday 7 April, 12:15 – 15:30) The Earth Science Women’ ...[Read More]

GeoTalk: Jane Robb

GeoTalk, featuring short interviews with geoscientists about their research, continues this month with a Q&A with Jane Robb from University College London (UCL), who tells us about the excitement of geo-outreach and importance of conserving heritage collections.  First, could you introduce yourself and let us know a bit about your current work at UCL? Hi, I am Jane Robb and I currently work as ...[Read More]