A well timed, end of winter fieldwork trip to sunny Tenerife to look at some of the best exposures of volcaniclastic deposits anywhere in the world.
A research stay on Svalbard to learn about data acquisition, processing, and interpretation using seismics and ground penetrating radar to image the subsurface, through a course offered by UNIS.
RIMFAX has joint operation between i.a. researchers at UiO and UCLA, and therefore I wanted to spend some months collaborating with the US side of the payload team
This summer, after a year of planning and cancelling travel due to the pandemic, I finally got to visit Svalbard in search of the most valuable thing a young researcher can get: data.
Specialist onboard International Ocean Discovery Program’s JOIDES Resolution scientific drill ship, 1 August – 7 October, 2021
Between 16. and 18. of August, DEEP organized an excursion in Rogaland. The objective of the excursion was to discuss Meso- to Early Neoproterozoic (Sveconorwegian) evolution of the pre-Caledonian basement exposed in SW Norway.
DEEP is recommended for continued funding as a national research school and will run until 15 August 2024.
DEEP will offer three 5 ECTS courses and two workshops: MATLAB and Science communication this Autumn semester.
DEEP congratulates former DEEP PhD members having finalized and successfully defended their theses spring semester 2020. Good luck!
The Norwegian Research School 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. To reach these goals, we usually gather our members to attend courses and workshops, as well as through hosting small conferences. This spring we suddenly had to cancel all travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic and we had the opportunity to think about and implement new course delivery ideas.
DEEP congratulates former DEEP PhD members having finalized and successfully defended their theses summer 2019. Good luck!
International Geochronology Summer School at Morteratsch Glacier, Switzerland, September 1-5, 2019
My opportunity to collaborate with the magma research group at the Earth Science research laboratory of Orleans to perform high-temperature high-pressure experiments using an internally-heated pressure vessel.
If you are interested in the formation and accretion of the first solids of the solar system and of the planetesimals, register to join the Winter school at the Ecole de Physique des Houches in the French Alps, February 23-28, 2020.
As a PhD student you have limited courses to attend that are specifically designed to fit your interests, your project and the skills that you need to complete your PhD. With DEEP courses on demand you can apply to get the course you need covered. The fist call is 15 May 2019.
DEEP offers members travel and research grants for activities highly relevant for you PhD project. Next deadline for DEEP grants is 15 June 2019.
DEEP congratulates former DEEP PhD members having finalized and successfully defended their theses.
The 3rd DEEP general assembly took place in March 2019 in beautiful Tromsø and Sommarøy. This was an excellent arena for the 40 participants to meet and discuss cutting-edge research ideas and methods in the field of dynamics and evolution of the earth and planets.
Necking to distal domain transition in the offshore mid-Norway; an analogue for the complex western South Atlantic passive margin. Exploration and development Latin-American symposium, Bogotá, Colombia
This summer 15 students participated in our “Arctic tectonics, volcanism and climate” course hosted by UNIS at Svalbard and arranged by NOR-R-AM and DEEP. As part of their assessment the students wrote a blog post in groups. Each Friday, in the five weeks to come, we will post one blog for you to read and enjoy.