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HPSC TerrSys Fall School 2019 in Bonn: Register now!
The Centre for High-Performance Scientific Computing in Terrestrial Systems (HPSC TerrSys) offers a fall school in Terrestrial Modelling and High-Performance Scientific Computing from 23 - 27 September 2019 in Bonn, Germany. The course is aimed at Master and PhD students as well as PostDocs. In addition to lectures, the event also includes a series of interactive exercises, which will be supervised by international experts using the Terrestrial Systems Modelling Platform (TSMP).
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ABC/J Summer Festival 2019

The 2019 ABC/J Summer Festival will take place on July 5 at University of Cologne, starting at 4 pm. As every year, awarding the Geoverbund ABC/J Young Academics Award and a keynote lecture will be highlights of the afternoon. Meet old and new colleagues at the BBQ. All Geoverbund ABC/J members, professors, academic staff, and students, are cordially invited! Please save the date! More: ABC/J Summer Festival 2019 …

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Towards an International Geoscience Network

The Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment & Society (SAGES) is a multidisciplinary network and pools expertise in geoscience and environmental science from across Scotland’s research base. In 2016 SAGES and Geoverbund ABC/J formed a partnership to work together on bilateral research projects, post graduate education and staff exchange. More: Towards an International Geoscience Network …

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ABC/J Excursion to Oman - Blog

From 24 February to 10 March 2019, students of geosciences and geography from Aachen, Bonn and Cologne once again swapped the lecture hall for the desert! In her blog, excursion participant Michaela Falkenroth shared her impressions and experiences during this year's desert excursion to the Sultanate of Oman. More: ABC/J Excursion to Oman - Blog …

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National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI)

Within the framework of the NFDI4Earth consortium, Geoververbund ABC/J is committed to the development of a National Research Data Infrastructure in the field of Earth System Sciences. The consortium is still open and invites all interested institutions to participate. More: National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) …

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ABC/J Support Programmes

Seed Funding for multilocational research projects, ABC/J Young Academics Award for outstanding interdisciplinary research, student scholarships for participation in our ABC/J Excursion or ABC/J Summer Schools, no additional costs for students enroling in modules at all of the affiliated courses of the ABC/J partner universities. The support programmes of Geoverbund ABC/J are diverse. More about ABC/J Support Programmes: ABC/J Support Programmes …

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High-Performance Scientific Computing

Research accompanied by the Centre for High-Performance Scientific Computing in Terrestrial Systems includes questions regarding modelling of water-, energy- and turn-over-cycles throughout ground water systems, the land surface and the atmosphere. Furthermore it deals with the fusion of monitoring models due to data assimilation and inversion methods. More: High-Performance Scientific Computing …

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Studying within Geoverbund ABC/J

The diversity and complementarity of the range of courses provided under the umbrella of Geoverbund ABC/J offers many opportunities for the students´ individual profile formation. The students in the ABC/J region also benefit from reduced administrative barriers and are enabled to switch between the cooperating institutes without being charged additional study fees. More: Studying within Geoverbund ABC/J …

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Do you have any news that you would like to promote in the ABC/J region or an open position to be filled as soon as possible? We support you in the distribution of your announcements via the information channels of Geoverbund ABC/J. All you have to do: Write us! More: Something to pass on?! …