Freitag, 19. Februar 2010

Fluid Inclusion Course 2010, Leoben

A short course in Fluid Inclusions is again offered at the University of
Leoben
(Austria). This course includes fundamentals and applications of fluid
inclusion
studies, and is designed for beginners and intermediates with less than
a few
years experience. Exercises and computer modelling, including new software,
make up an important part of the course.
The main topics of this course are:

. General introduction
. History of fluid inclusion research
. Inclusion petrography
. Analytical methods
. Experimental work
. Thermodynamics
. Equations of state
. Computer exercises

The course will take place from 29 to 31 of March 2010 (three days) from
9 am
to 5 pm each day at the department of Mineralogy and Petrology in Leoben.
The costs are 50 Euros (standard, PhD candidates), and FREE for MSc students
and undergraduates.

For further detail contact:

Ronald J. Bakker
Mineralogy and Petrology, Institute of Applied Geological Sciences and
Geophysics
University of Leoben, Peter-Tunner-Str.5, 8700 Leoben, Austria.
email: bakker@unileoben.ac.at
tel. +43-3842-4026211
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