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Norwegian Research School for Dynamics and Evolution of Earth and Planets (DEEP)

DEEP is a national research school in geosciences for dynamics and evolution of earth and planets. DEEP aims to educate solid earth and planetary scientists in a holistic way, placing the Earth's structure and evolution in a comparative planetology perspective.

DEEP does not employ PhD students directly, but any PhD student enrolled at one of the partner universities and working on DEEP relevant topics can be member of the school. We provide courses, seminars and other benefits.

Intensive courses spring 2017: Application deadline 15 February

Earth Magnetism and Paleogeography from the Precambrian to the present

April 3-7 DEEP offers a 5 ECTS intensive course on Erath magnetism and paleogeography with guest lecturer professor Lauri J. Pesonen.

Deep Earth and Planetary Mineralogy and Dynamics

May 8-13 professor Reidar Trønnes offers his 5 ECTS intensive course Deep Earth and Planetary Mineralogy and Dynamics at CEED in Oslo.

News

  • Charles Lesher and Trond Torsvik invited speakers at 1st DEEP General Assembly Nov. 23, 2016

    Participants at our 1st General Assembly in February will have the exclusive opportunity to listen to inspiring talks by Professor Charles Lesher from Aarhus University and Professor Trond H. Torsvik from CEED, University of Oslo.

  • uten-navn Planetary Physics and Global Tectonics Nov. 9, 2016

    First week of November the Norwegian Research School DEEP arranged its very first intensive course for PhD students. The course Planetary Physics and Global Tectonics is the first in a series of new courses established by the school.

Internal webpages

On the internal webpages we share documents and working material with our partners. To gain access please contact post-deep@geo.uio.no.

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National partners:

University of Tromsø    University of Bergen       NTNU

 

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