This is a reminder to consider submitting a project proposal to the 1st Transnational Access (TA) call of the EC H2020 EUROVOLC project.
Seven European institutions - IMO, UI, INGV, CNR-IGG, CIVISA, IPGP, and CSIC - will grant access to their volcano observatories and infrastructures according to an excellence-driven selection of scientific project proposals.
Submission deadline is 30 September 2018.
The kind of offer, the eligibility criteria, the selection process details as well as the way how to apply and time table can be found at the EUROVOLC Transnational Access web page accessible through the EUROVOLC project web site (https://eurovolc.eu/).
We draw your attention to the recent web page update about the management of the personal data and the policies about the data produced during the TA activities.
Looking forward to receiving your proposals!
Kristin Vogfjörd and Giuseppe Puglisi
The Local Organizing Committee is happy to announce that the website and registration is open for the IAVCEI 5th Volcanic Geology Workshop – IAVCEI 5VGW that will be held at the Massey University in Palmerston North and Ohakune, New Zealand between 25 February – 4 March 2019.
The IAVCEI 5th Volcanic Geology Workshop consists of an on-campus workshop (one day) with presentations and discussions and field trip (six days) to the Taupo Volcanic Zone active and young volcanic terrains.
In commemoration of the IUGG centennial in 2019 IAVCEI has been awarded a grant to facilitate a workshop to be held next year supporting international cooperation in geosciences.
The focus of the workshop is fostering developed-developing country partnerships for the advancement of global volcano science, including the development of best-practice engagement protocols.
These activities are driven under the auspices of the recently established IAVCEI - Developing Nations Network (DNN) which has been established to support scientists working in a resource or technology constrained context.
Dear IAVCEI members,
below are the files of the 2nd circular of the "VII Workshop on Collapse Calderas"