EGU-awards to geoscientists from UiO

The European Geosciences Union holds annually its General Assambly in Vienna, Austria in April. This is the largest conference for geoscientists in Europe, and it covers all subject fields under the 'geoscience umbrella'.  For 2019 two scientists from University of Oslo got awards for their research in geosciences, respectively in geomatics/remote sensing and geology.

Mathew Domeier (left) and Andreas Kääb, at the EGU General Assembly 2019 Vienna. Photo: Carmen Gaina

Mathew Domeier (left) and Andreas Kääb, at the EGU General Assembly 2019 Vienna. Photo: Carmen Gaina

EGU General Assembly 2019 Vienna | Austria | 7–12 April 2019: 

Two scientists from University of Oslo got awards for their contributions in research in geosciences. The two scientists are:

Andreas Max Kääb: Louis Agassiz Medal. For his innovative and multidisciplinary contributions to the field of remote sensing of the cryosphere, with applications in glacier mass balance, permafrost and geohazards. Full article

Mathew Domeier: Arne Richter Award for Outstanding Early Career Scientists. For his outstanding accomplishments in reconstructing tectonic plate evolution in the past 600 million years and in understanding the link between the evolution of plates and the deep Earth. Full article. 


Published Apr. 26, 2019 12:35 PM - Last modified Apr. 26, 2019 12:35 PM