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Postgraduate Research in Marine and Earth Science Conference (PRMES) 2013 Event

Origin: 
Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton
Date:
6 - 7 November 2013
Venue:
National Oceanography Centre University of Southampton Waterfront Campus European Way Southampton SO14 3ZH United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)23 8059 6666

Event details

This is an Opportunity for new postgraduate students and early career researchers to present projects and ideas to their own peer-group in a supportive and sympathetic atmosphere.

PRMES 13 is the ideal opportunity to practice presentations and poster production, from newly started projects to full results of research.  We particularly welcome cross-discipline interaction and networking within the Marine and Earth Sciences. Come and make new contacts and friends from across the marine science community and see what others are doing and how this could assist your research.

Ph.D. supervisors: pre-register any new (2013) Ph.D. students - simply send a brief project description as the abstract. An ideal way for new students to network beyond their immediate field.

Whether your science is microbial activity or ocean-wide hydrodynamics (or something on a scale in between) it is hoped that everyone can get an insight into many different lead-edge science projects. Broadening one's horizons can be as important as seeing the fine detail on one's own work.

Cash prizes for both best posters and best presentation, together with citations/photographs to be published in Geoscientist.

Abstracts

Abstracts to be submitted to Dr T. Le Bas (tlb@noc.ac.uk) by 1 October 2013.

Format of abstracts: title to be less than 20 words; abstracts to be no more than one page of A4 (pictures and diagrams can be included if relevant); 12 point text please. The conference language will be English.

Registration

Registration Cost: £70 - Includes tea/coffee, lunches, conference dinner and abstract booklet.

There will also be a wine reception (sponsored by Gardline Ltd)

Conference sponsored and run by the Marine Studies Group, The Geological Society of London and the Marine Geosciences Group, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton.

Register here for PRMES13.

Speaker information

Professor Julian Dowdeswell,Scott Polar Research Institute,Julian Dowdeswell is Director of the Scott Polar Research Institute and Professor of Physical Geography. He is a glaciologist, working on the form and flow of glaciers and ice caps and their response to climate change, and the links between former ice sheets and the marine geological record, using a variety of satellite, airborne and shipborne geophysical tools. Professor Dowdeswell graduated from the University of Cambridge in 1980, and studied for a Masters Degree at INSTAAR in the University of Colorado and for a Ph.D. in the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge.

Professor Gillian Foulger,Durham University,Gillian Foulger is Professor of Geophysics in the Department of Earth Sciences at Durham University.

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