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Geolunch

Geolunchs are informal seminars that takes place on friday (12h30-13h30) in room 203 of the La Doua lab.
We talk about planetology, seismology, tectonics, and so on !


Here is the list of coming geolunchs :

Friday, 24th of novembre - Papers presentation by M2 students after the Autumn School of Les Houches - amphi L ENS

Friday, 1th of december - Papers presentation by M2 students after the Autumn School of Les Houches - amphi L ENS

Friday, 8th of decembre - "The shadow thrusts of East Tibet" Hervé Leloup (LGLTPE)

 

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Past geolunchs

Friday, 17th of novembre - Yann Capedeville (U.Nantes)

Friday, 10th of novembre - Long geolunch about "Lagrangian tracers", with Jezabel Curbelo (U.Madrid)

Friday, 27th of octobre - Cédric Twarzdik, (U.Nice) will talk about recent Mexican earthquakes

Friday, 20th of octobre - Lucas Villela, (U.St Etienne) "Gold Mineralization on the South-Central Portion of the Amazonian Craton, Northern Brazil"

Thursday, 19th of octobre - Jenny Wong, (U.Leeds) "How does it snow inside the Earth's core ?"

Friday, the 23th of June - Guillaume Laibe CRAL "On the origin of gaps, rings, horseshoes in protoplanetary discs"

Recent observations of protoplanetary discs have revealed unexpected structures such as gaps, rings and horseshoes. We will explain how to simulate the evolution of dusty discs, and a present different mechanisms to explain the observed structures.