Associated Seminars

See below for the Summer Semester 2018 seminar schedules from our participating UIBK Institutes


ACINN Graduate Seminar

Wednesday, 11.45-13:00, ACINN, Room 60819 SR

Find below the list of speakers for the current term. Click on a title for more details, the abstract for the presentation and where available slides for post-presentation reference. The Google Calendar acinn.seminar is public and you may want to add it to your calendars for the most up-to-date info.

Title Speaker Institution Time
Unravelling a high-altitude Antarctic meteorite trap and implications for past conditions Harry Zekollari ETH Zürich 21 Mar 2018 - 11:45am
BVOC and troposheric ozone fluxes above Norway spruce forest Stanislav Juráň Global Change Research Institute CAS, Brno, Czech Republic 18 Apr 2018 - 11:45am
Observations and modelling of atmospheric rotors Stefano Serafin University of Vienna & ACINN 25 Apr 2018 - 11:45am
How do weather systems shape the hydrological cycle? Three examples from different latitudes Franziska Aemisegger ETH Zürich 9 May 2018 - 11:45am
A coordinated effort to investigate Transport and Exchange Processes in the Atmosphere over Mountains Mathias Rotach ACINN 23 May 2018 - 11:45am
Turbulent exchange over the city of Innsbruck Helen Ward ACINN 30 May 2018 - 11:45am
High Resolution Precipitation Downscaling With ICAR Applied to the Complex Topography of the Southern Alps of New Zealand and its Performance in Dependence of Synoptic Weather Patterns Johannes Horak ACINN 6 Jun 2018 - 11:45am
From Interstellar Space to Liver Disease: the importance and applications of Ion-Molecule Reactions Christopher Mayhew UIBK & University of Birmingham 13 Jun 2018 - 11:45am
Penetration and Interruption of Alpine Foehn (PIANO): Overview and highlights of the 2017 field experiment Alexander Gohm ACINN 20 Jun 2018 - 11:45am


Geokolloquium 2018 - Institute of Geology and Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography

Thursday, 17.00,  Institute of Geology - Veranstaltungsforum (Sammlung), 2 floor 


8. March

Jeffrey S. Munroe (Middlebury College, USA; derzeit: Institut für Geologie, Univ. Innsbruck):
“Dust in the Wind: Investigating past and present dust deposition in the Uinta Mountains, Utah, USA.”

19. April Paul Wilcox (University of Alaska, Fairbanks; derzeit: Institut für Geologie, Univ. Innsbruck):
“Lakes, volcanoes, and caves... oh my! A 60,000 year vegetation and climate history of southeastern Alaska.”
26. April Silvio Ferrero (Universität Potsdam, Deutschland):
“One drop at a time: unraveling melting and crustal differentiation through the study of melt inclusions in metamorphic minerals.”
3. May Ronny Boch (Technische Universität Graz):
“Ikazit, Erzbergit & hydrothermaler Scaling Kalzit: Archive geogener & anthropogener Umweltbedingungen.”
17. May Lutz Hecht (Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz-Institut für Evolutions- und Biodiversitätsforschung, Berlin):
“Constraints on the genesis of melt-bearing impact breccias (suevite) - the Ries impact structure example.”
24. May Senecio Schefer (Forschungslabor Mont Terri, Bundesamt für Landestopographie (swisstopo), Schweiz):
“Das Mont Terri Projekt - Internationale Forschung an Tongesteinen im Felslabor.”
7. Juni
Guido Meinhold (Keele University, UK):
“The sedimentary record of late Precambrian and Cambrian environmental changes in northern Norway.”
14. Juni Christoph Piribauer (Forschungsinstitut für Glas und Keramik (FGK), Höhr-Grenzhausen, Deutschland):
“Huminsäuren in Tonen und deren Einfluß auf die Verarbeitbarkeit, sowie Entstehung der Westerwälder Tonlagerstätten und die Anwendungen von Westerwälder Tonen abseits der Keramik; Beispiel: Recycling von Seltenen Erden.”

21. Juni

István Dunkl (Universität Göttingen):
“Low-temperature thermochronology.”



Institute of Botany Semiar

Wednesday, 17.00, Institut für Botanik - Hörsaal A 

Date / Time / Location Presenters (r) Title / topic Institution

Prof. Dr. Eugen Rott 

 Nationalparks in Thailand - Botanische und landschaftliche Highlights UIBK Institute of Botany 
Michael Ruech

Lernen Sie die Schätze unserer Schauhäuser kennen.

Vortrag findet als Führung in den Gewächshäusern des Botanischen Gartens statt.
Treffpunkt 17 h: Gewächshäuser-Vorplatz

Botanischer Garten Innsbruck 
06.06.2018  Sandra Brügger

FrozenNature - Reconstruction of paleo fire, land use and vegetation dynamics from high-alpine ice cores

University of Bern Institute of Plant Sciences