Geo.X Workshop: Hackathon - The challenge of +4 data, Visualizing and comparing outputs from landscape evolution models
Geo.X invites early-carees scientists from all Geo.X institutions to join the Geo.X Hackathon "The challenge of +4 data: Visualizing and comparing outputs from landscape evolution models".
Application deadline: December 20, 2017
Workshop: Software Writing Skills for Your Research
This workshop is a Python-Novice-Workshop with a focus on scientific computing and reproducible research. Everyone with basic knowledge of Python or a similar scripting language, such as R or Matlab, among others, is invited to join.
Interview | „More passes than ever before“: Sven Bauer, head of the GFZ satellite ranging station
Sven Bauer is head of the Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR) station at the GFZ. In the past year, the station performed more than 5300 measurements: an all-time record.
Verborgene Schätze im Untergrund und eine Rote Couch auf dem Telegrafenberg
Der Planet Erde ist einem ständigem Wandel unterworfen: Das Klima verändert sich spürbar, Naturgefahren wie Erdbeben, Vulkanausbrüche, aber auch Hochwasser und Hangrutschungen bedrohen viele Menschen. Die Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler am...
Personalia | Daniel Harlov is appointed visiting professor in Wuhan, China
Daniel Harlov is appointed a visiting Chair Professor at the China University of Geosciences, Wuhan.
The project RIESGOS was officially launched with a kickoff meeting at the "Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt" on December 7.
How do electrons vanish from the Van-Allen-Belts?
Super fast electrons are pushed into the atmosphere whereas less fast electrons stay – Findings are important for satellite safety and exoplanet studies
Personalia | Harald Schuh appointed as member of acatech
Harald Schuh became a new member of acatech, the national academy of science and engineering.
GRACE-FO satellites on their way to the launch pad
After successful testing the twin satellites arrived at the launch site Vandenberg Airforce Base in California.
German YES Chapter founded
German branch of the Young Earth Scientists network founded at the GFZ.