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Einladung zum European Fusion Teacher Day 2021

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

wir möchten Sie gerne auf den diesjährigen European Fusion Teacher Day aufmerksam machen. Es handelt sich hierbei um eine vom europäischen Netzwerk FuseNet organisierte Online-Veranstaltung über Kernfusionsforschung. Sie richtet sich an Lehrer/innen in ganz Europa und hat zum Ziel, Informationen und Kompetenzen über Kernfusion zu vermitteln. Lehrer/innen sollen damit ermutigt werden, das Thema Fusionsforschung ihren Schüler/innen im Unterricht näherzubringen. Zu diesem Zweck wird auch konkretes Lehrmaterial zur Verfügung gestellt.

Der Teacher Day findet heuer am 1. Oktober 2021 von 13:00 bis 17:30 Uhr statt, die Anmeldefrist endet am 24. September. Continue reading Einladung zum European Fusion Teacher Day 2021

Working in Photonics in Berlin event

From Humboldt Universität of Berlin:

The  annual Working in Photonics in Berlin event is coming up!

It will take place online on October 4th, starting at 3pm.

A limited number of free tickets are available for those who register early.

Companies will talk about career opportunities in Optics and Photonics, and afterwards there will be a Networking session. The whole event will be in English.

More details can be found in the flyer attached  and here:
http://berlinoptik.de/wpb2021/

 

Please feel free to share the event with your colleagues!

Einladung zum Vera-Seminar zum Thema “Numerical age dating of cave sediments quantify vertical movement at the Alpine-Carpathian transition”

E I N L A D U N G
zum

V E R A – S E M I N A R

von

 

Stephanie NEUHUBER

 

Institut für Angewandte Geologie, Labor für kosmogene Nuklide, 

Universität für Bodenkultur Wien

 

Numerical age dating of cave sediments

quantify vertical movement at the

Alpine-Carpathian transition

 

 

The paleoenvironmental and tectonic history at the southwestern end of the Malé Karpaty Mountains close to Hainburg an der Donau was reconstructed using sediment analysis, mineralogy, and numerical age dating. Numerical ages were constrained by 26Al/10Be burial age dating, 230Th/U ages and luminescence age dating to infer the Pliocene and Pleistocene development of the Hainburg Hills region. This study investigated sediments from two caves separated by a height difference of 92 m as well as aeolian cover sands from a fissure. The cave deposits are very different as one is a carbonate precipitate and the other sediment infill. Both preserve information on the uplift/incision at the Alpine-Carpathian border. The minerals hematite and smectite as well as traces of poorly crystallized iron oxides found in the matrix of the upper (older) cave, suggest formation during warm and humid climate. This is a remnant from the late Miocene or Early Pliocene where soil formed in a subtropical climate.

 

 

Mittwoch, 30. Juni 2021, 16:30 Uhr

Zoom-Meeting / ab 16:15 Uhr offen

 

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/98385461923?pwd=L0s2dUJLSmkwS040aStiNCtnOUNTdz09

 

Die Zugangsdaten: Meeting ID: 983 8546 1923   Passwort: 458365