Doctorate Thesis Discussion – Arcangela Bollino

Wednesday the 22nd of February 2023 starting from 11:30 Arcangela Bollino will discuss her PhD Thesis entitled “Quasi static gravity signatures in slow tectonic zones: assimilation of novel aerospace data and geophysical modeling”.

You can attend the discussion in person (aula Di Napoli, Dep. of Earth Sciences, Via Mangiagalli 34, Milano) or remotely (with Zoom, using this link ).

PhD final dissertation by Ying-Li Wu

Tuesday the 22nd of November, at 12:00 it will take place the final PhD dissertation of Ying-Li Wu, belonging to the 34th cycle of the PhD in Earth Sciences.

The discussion will be in person in the meeting room at the 5° floor of the building located in via Mangiagalli 35, and remotely through the Zoom platform at the following link

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87051580267?pwd=cmI3NjFudFdNcUxMWE0zUU5zTU5kQT09

meeing ID: 870 5158 0267
Passcode: 744378

Marco viaretti selected for the 2022 SPI scholarship for early-career paleontologists!

Marco Viaretti PhD student of the 37 cycle has been selected for one of the two 2022 SPI scholarship for early-career paleontologists (PhD students and Post-Doc researchers), an award of the Italian Paleontological Society (SPI), for a project entitled “Seasonal seawater pH variations in the Late Paleozoic – Boron isotopes from brachiopod shells as a paleo-proxy”. The award carries a monetary value of €2,000 to be used to support the research at the St. Andrews Isotope Geochemistry (STAiG) laboratory facilities of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences of the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK in collaboration with Dr. Hana Jurikova.

Giuglia Amaglio selected for the 2022 William V. Sliter award!

Giulia AMAGLIO, PhD student of the 37th cycle, has been selected for the 2022 William V. Sliter Research Award, an award of the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research for a project entitled “δ11B, δ13C and δ18O isotope analyses on benthic and planktonic foraminifera to reconstruct paleoceanographic conditions from low to high latitudes across the Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event”. The award carries a monetary value of $2,600 USD to be used to support the research.

Doctorate thesi discussion (34° cycle): Sara GUERINI

Tuesday the 7th of June 2022 starting from 10:00 Sara GUERINI will discuss her PhD Thesis entitled “Deformation-controlled remobilization of PGE, REE and Fluid-Mobile-Elements in ophiolites”.

You can attend the discussion in person (aula A, Dep. of Earth Sciences, via Botticelli 23, Milano) or remotely (with Zoom, using the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85302555226?pwd=YU5JU3MxNFVhamlJOGRpYy9xNzJQdz09).

Doctorate thesis discussion (34° cycle): Gabriele BINDELLINI, Liyenne CAVALHEIRO and Simone REGUZZI

Friday the 6th of May 2022 starting from 14:30 Gabriele BINDELLINI, Liyenne CAVALHEIRO and Simone REGUZZI will discuss their PhD Thesis entitled respectively “Study of the paleontological record of the Besano Formation (Middle Triassic) at Sasso Caldo, Varese, UNESCO WHL Monte San Giorgio.”, “Production, accumulation and preservation of organic matter during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event: implications for hydrocarbon geosciences” and “Oligocene to Early Miocene evolution of clastic deposition in the eastern Tertiary Piedmont Basin (NW, Italy)”

You can attend the discussion in person (aula Taramelli, Dep. of Earth Sciences, via Mangiagalli 34, Milano) or remotely (with Zoom, using the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84822165015?pwd=YXpwTENKdWtTSm5aYXpWVHZrUkdwQT09).

If you are planning to attend the discussions in presence, due to the limited number of seats available please book your place by contacting Mattia Marini (mattia.marini@unimi.it).