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10th PhD Day at GFZ

On March 19 2015 the annual PhD Day will take place at GFZ. PhD students at GFZ will present their research from 9:00 am to 17:00 pm in the lecture hall and foyer of building H, Telegrafenberg Campus.

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Verlust der Nacht - Die internationale Nacht der Himmelsbeobachtung

11.03.2015: Im Rahmen des UNESCO Year of Light lädt der GFZ-Wissenschaftler Christopher Kyba zusammen mit Connie Walker (National Optical Astronomy Observatory NOAO) zum Citizen Science-Projekt „Verlust der Nacht - Die internationale Nacht der...

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GeoWunderWerkstatt: Kinder experimentieren im Hörsaal

Am 05. März 2015 findet der "Hörsaaltag" der GeoWunderWerkstatt am Deutschen GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ zum Thema „Vulkane und Co. – Berufe in den Geowissenschaften“ statt. Mehr als 120 Schülerinnen und Schüler der 5. und 6. Klassen aus Potsdam und...

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Workshop: Physics of Volcanoes

February 23rd to 24th the "Physics of Volcanoes" workshop takes place at GFZ, for the first time in Germany. The aim of this workshop is to bring together volcanologists with different expertises, from physics of volcanoes to processes at active...

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Obituary on Prof. Dr. Peter Bormann (08.04.1939 - 11.02.2015)

On 11 February 2015, Prof. Dr. Peter Bormann passed away at the age of 75 after a period of serious illness. Since the initial founding of the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Prof. Bormann was our highly esteemed colleague who worked as a...

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Reduction of risks from natural hazards requires further research

12.02.2015: Which natural hazards could be threatening for Germany and how associated risk can be minimized through further research is the topic of a new publication by the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and the German Weather Service...

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Deeply incised canyon created by just three flash floods

11.02.2015: The impressive, 28 kilometers long and up to 100 meters deep Jökulsárgljúfur canyon in Iceland was created by just three single, catastrophic flood events during the last 10,000 years. In contrast, only a small amount of rock was eroded...

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Inaugural Lecture by Prof. Dr. David Bruhn

Today, 4 February 2015, 15:00 hrs Prof. David Bruhn will hold his inaugural lecture on the occasion of his Professorship in Geothermal Engineering at the Faculty for Civil Engineering and Geosciences at the Delft University of Technology. His...

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Helmholtz Enterprise Spin-Off: TRIDEC-Cloud – Web-based platform for reliable hazard potential estimation

30.01.2015: Quickly translating research findings into applications and thereby contributing to economic and social benefits – that is the goal of the funding program “Helmholtz-Enterprise“. Three new spin-offs from Helmholtz Centers have been...

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Climate change in Central America: The Demise of a Precolombian City

29.01.2015: Why the mysterious Mesoamerican city of Cantona with 90,000 inhabitants was abandoned between 900 and 1050 A.D. might be a plot for the next Indiana-Jones movie. In fact, this question is the issue of a study of a group of American,...

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