The AMGC seminars consist of a series of talks, which combine presentations from international speakers and internal researchers and students. The aim is to increase the international visibility of the AMGC research group as well as improving the dynamism of the unit. These seminars are a great opportunity for Master's and Ph.D. students to practice their scientific presenting skills in a friendly and informal audience before participating in international conferences.
The seminars cover a wide range of subjects encompassing all the expertise of the AMGC research group, which covers fields like analytical and environmental chemistry, oceanography, geochemistry, and geoarchaeology and topics ranging from meteorites and oceans to dinosaurs and minerals.
These seminars are public and everybody is kindly invited to attend and participate.
Currently, some of the seminars are taking place via Zoom others with a "life" speaker in F8.62, but a zoom link is also provided.