EarthFlows Meeting 2019: Complexity in Solid Earth and Geophysical Flows

The EarthFlows Meeting is an annual event on its 5th edition, and part of a strategic research initiative for cross-disciplinary research at the University of Oslo, Norway. This year's seminar will be held in Oslo between 19th and 20th of June 2019.

Photo: (Photo credit: Luiza Angheluta-Bauer.)

The EarthFlows Meeting will bring together top researchers from various disciplines (geoscience, mathematics, material science, theoretical and experimental physics), who have different perspectives on interface dynamics, flows and deformations in complex systems. The seminar will be an excellent opportunity to share and develop new ideas across fields. 

The goal for the EarthFlows research strategic initiative is to promote cross-disciplinary research on complex matter, interfacial processes and tipping point phenomena with important geophysical relevance. Some of the basic phenomena that we focus on include friction and failure in rocks and ice, complex deformations, fluid-rock interactions, turbulent transport.

To attend the seminar, please register here, before June 10.

Seminar program.




Tags: Physics, geoscience, EarthFlows, complex systems
Published May 13, 2019 1:07 PM - Last modified June 28, 2019 10:51 AM