"Carbon Forms, Paths and Processes" Ph.D. School

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The Lake Como School of Advanced Studies will convene a Ph.D. School on "Carbon Forms, Paths and Processes" at the Villa del Grumello, Como, Italy on 15-20 October 2017. The international school will present state-of-the-art research studying the forms, paths, and processes of carbon in Earth to address the long-term fate of carbon on the planet.  The Ph.D. School of Milano Bicocca will consist of a series of invited lectures, practical sessions on cutting-edge techniques, and contributions from participants.  The five-day school is intended to bring together scientists, Ph.D. students, and Post-Docs with broad international representation in geochemistry, petrology, experimental mineralogy and petrology, materials science, thermodynamics, volcanology, geodynamics, and geophysics. 

Lecturers include many DCO colleagues, such as Patrick Allard (IPGP, France), Robert Bodnar (Virginia Polytechnic, USA), Giovanni Chiodini (INGV, Italy), Maria Luce Fressotti (University Milan Biocca, Italy), Brian Horsfield (University Jena, Germany), Craig Manning (UCLA, USA), Stefano Poli University Milan, Italy), Vincenzo Stagno (University Rome 1, Italy), and Dimitri Sverjensky (Johns Hopkins University, USA). 

 

 

Date: 
Sunday, 15 October, 2017 - 13:00 - Friday, 20 October, 2017 - 13:00
Location: 
Como, Italy