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List of AMGC seminars 2022-2023

Seminars with external speakers will be once or twice a month. On other weeks, seminars are held by the internal AMGC researchers, students, and guests. 

For more information, contact Lisa Krämer Ruggiu, Tessi Loeffelmann or Besarta Matranxhi.


Currently, some of the seminars are taking place via Zoom, others are given "life" in F8.62 with a zoom link. An email with the meeting link is sent out earlier in the week; if you wish to be added to the mailing list, please contact Lisa Krämer Ruggiu, Tessi Loeffelmann or Besarta Matranxhi.


THURSDAY 13 OCTOBER, 4 PM CET 

Dr. Ben Gruwier

Using animal remains to track agricultural modernization in the postmedieval period

 


THURSDAY 3 NOVEMBER, 4 PM CET (WEBSEMINAR)

Dr. Sarah Pederzani

Archaeological Micromorphology and Biomarker (AMBI) Lab, Instituto Universitario Bio-Organíca Antonio González

Exploring climatic patterns in site-occupation and movement of Palaeolithic humans using biomolecular methods

 


THURSDAY  17 NOVEMBER, 4 PM CET (HYBRID WEBINAR)

Benjamin Avakian

Joint PhD with CY Cergy Paris Université (CYU) and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) 

The influence of structuration and hydrothermal alteration of a basement rock on present fluid pathway

 


THURSDAY 19 JANUARY, 4 PM CET (HYBRID WEBINAR)

Dr. Jamie Lewis

 


THURSDAY 26 JANUARY, 4 PM CET (HYBRID WEBINAR)

Dr. Klervia Jaouen

Géosciences Environnement Toulouse (GET), Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (OMP)

Zinc isotope ratios in mammalian tissues

 


THURSDAY 2 FEBRUARY, 4 PM CET (HYBRID WEBINAR)

Prof. Marc Chaussidon

Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris

When and how were the first planets of the solar system formed and differentiated?

 


THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARY, 4 PM CET (HYBRID WEBINAR)

Giorgio Arriga

PhD student, jointly with AMGC VUB and University Roma Tre

Long-term evolution of seismogenic faults in the central Apennines

 


THURSDAY 2 MARCH, 4 PM CET (HYBRID WEBINAR)

Prof. Tobias Kluge

KIT - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie