[unav_all] 2019 CIDER program on Volcanoes at UC Berkeley

Diana Roman droman at carnegiescience.edu
Sat Jan 5 15:53:00 MST 2019

CIDER 2019 Summer Program: Volcanoes 

Volcano science involves modeling, geophysical and geochemical
measurements, sample collection and field work, and remote
sensing.  The purpose of CIDER 2019 is to bring together early career
and senior scientists from different disciplines to cross-educate each
other and help advance multidisciplinary volcano science by
establishing new research projects, directions and collaborations.


Simon Carn, Michigan Tech 
Tobias Fischer University of New Mexico
Michael Manga U.C. Berkeley
Diana Roman  Carnegie Institution of Science
Paul Wallace, University of Oregon

Draft agenda:


Travel and on-site expenses is provided to those senior participants
that stay for two weeks or longer and to grad students/post-docs that
commit for the 4 weeks of the lecture tutorial program. We cannot
provide support for travel from outside of the US. However, on-site
support for foreign participants (senior or junior) accepted to the
program is provided.


This summer program will be held at the University of California,
Berkeley, CA, USA.


Apply here: https://www.deep-earth.org/2019/2019_app.shtml
Application deadline: February 15th, 2019 
Further details will be on the application page.

Diana C. Roman
Staff Scientist
Department of Terrestrial Magnetism
Carnegie Institution for Science
5241 Broad Branch Road, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20015 USA
Phone: 1-202-478-8834
Fax: 1-202-478-8821
Email: droman at carnegiescience.edu

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