UTIG Brown Bag Seminars
Wednesdays, 12:00-1:00 p.m
1st floor Seminar Room, 1.603
These informal talks are intended as updates on recent research/activities of UTIG scientists and students. Talks are held in the UTIG seminar room (see bottom of page for address). The talks should last approximately 45 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for discussion.
Don't forget to bring a lunch!
Topic/Title of Talk
|28 Jan||Ian Dalziel, Larry Lawver and the Shipboard Party of RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise 1408||The South Georgia Microcontinent: Mountains, Critturs and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current|
|4 Feb||Tieyuan Zhu, JSG||Real-time seismic monitoring of CO2 sequestration in Frio site, Texas|
|11 Feb||Dan Stanzione,
Executive Director of TACC
|Research Computing Ecosystem at Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC)|
|18 Feb||Enrica Quartini, UTIG||Science Olympiads: Did you know...?
|25 Feb||Denis Felikson
UTIG & Aerospace Engineering
|Variability in Greenland tidewater glacier thinning (or thickening!) over the past 30 years|
|4 Mar||Stefano Nerozzi, UTIG||The polar caps of Mars: A history of observations and discoveries|
|11 Mar||Kehua You, UTIG||Hydrate formation in Gas-rich Environments|
|18 Mar||Professor John F. Dewey, The Natural History Museum, London U.K. and University College, Oxford University||The Secular Tectonic History of the Earth|
|25 Mar||Kaustubh Thirumalai, UTIG||IODP Exp. 353 Monsoon: Sunsets & Sediments|
|1 Apr||Cyril Grima, UTIG||How to carefully operate a radar in the space environment of Europa?|
|8 Apr||Prof. Anna Wåhlin, Department of Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Sweden||Turbulence and mixing in buoyancy-driven plumes in polar oceans|
|15 Apr||Annie Hanna, UTIG||Reconstructing Late Holocene Arctic climate change using high resolution sediment records from Simpson Lagoon, AK and the Colville River alluvial valley|
|22 Apr||Nick Dygert, JSG||Experimental constraints on the dynamic evolution of the lunar mantle|
|29 Apr||Liz Logan, UTIG||TBD|
|6 May||Jonathan Major, BEG||The Previously Unknown Seismic History of Eastern Indonesia: What 400 Years of Dutch Colonial Records Reveal|
To give a talk or for more information about the seminar, please contact Marie Cavitte.
J.J. Pickle Research Campus, Bldg. 196
10100 Burnet Road (R2200)
Austin TX 78758-4445
Phone: (512) 471-6156; FAX: (512) 471-8844
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