Freitag, 9. Dezember 2011

Reminder: EMPG2012 abstract deadline in one week

On Friday, 16th December 2011 the deadline of the EMPG 2012 conference (Experimental Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry) in Kiel, Germany is approaching. So you have only 7 days left to submit your abstract.

For abstract submission, registration and further information, please go to the EMPG website:

List of sessions:

S01 Cosmochemistry: planet formation, planets, planetary interior, meteorites and solar system materials : Michael Walter

S02 Deep Earth: phase equilibria, mineral stability, partial melting, and redox conditions : Stephan Klemme, Arno Rohrbach

S03 Subduction zones processes: element solubility, partitioning and isotopic fractionationin melts and fluids: Kevin Klimm, Ralf Halama

S04 Magmatic processes and volcanic systems: Oliver Beermann

S05 Experimental and numerical approaches of volatiles speciation in minerals, melts, hydrous magmatism and fluid processes : Roland Stalder, Jannick Ingrin

S06 Deformation processes, transport properties, reaction mechanisms and kinetics: combining experimental (HP/HT) and numerical aspects : Bastian Joachim, Ralf Milke, Patrick Cordier, Florian Heidelbach

S07 Melting, chemical and physical properties of melts and glasses: Harald Behrens

S08 Mineral interfaces and interfacial processes, biomineralisation, mineral surface properties and solution chemistry:  Wolfgang Bach

New approaches to study mineral kinetics and texture forming processes: Thomas Müller, Ralf Dohmen

Phase equilibria, mineral chemistry and redox conditions: Max Wilke

S11 Frontiers in computational geochemistry: Gerd Steinle-Neumann

S12 Frontiers and new developments in experimental methods and high pressure technologies: Dan Frost

S13 Clues from mineralogy for the exploration and disposal of energy-related and hazardous materials: Hartmut Schlenz

S14 Carbon dioxide capture and storage: Katja Beier

S15 Environmental geochemistry, applied mineralogy, natural resources and geomaterials:  Klaus-Dieter Grevel

S16 Open session: Philip Kegler
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