Workshop -meet the editor-

Early Career Reasercher Workshop

 

Did you ever wonder what happens after you submit a manuscript or how best to deal with review comments? Are you aware how open access and transparent peer-review works? Or do you have any other questions about scientific writing or how to prepare a manuscript? Come and meet Prof. Tom Coulthard Editor in Chief of Earth Surface Dynamics.

He will be visiting Salzburg and is available for a workshop on scientific publishing and the transition fro pay-wall publishing to open access. A great opportunity to find out how to get your research published!

 

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided!

 

Date:   Tuesday, 12th of November 2019

Place: SE Geographie (3rd floor, NAWI, Hellbrunnerstraße 34, 5020 Salzburg)

Time:   12 pm to 15 pm

Interdisciplinary workshop: Evidence, Uncertainty and Decision Making with a Particular Emphasis on Climate

Evidence, Uncertainty and Decision Making with a Particular Emphasis on Climate Science 

Interdisciplinary workshop with philosophers and scientists at the University of Salzburg

22-23 June 2017

 

Further information: https://evidenceworkshop.wordpress.com/

 

SPEAKERS:

Arne Bathke (University of Salzburg)

Richard Bradley (LSE London)

Nancy Cartwright (University of Durham & University of California)

Andrea Fischer (IGF Innsbruck)

Roman Frigg (LSE London)

Robert Junker (University of Salzburg)

Andreas Lang (University of Salzburg)

Charlotte Werndl (University of Salzburg & LSE London)

Lena Zuchowski (University of Salzburg)

 

SCHEDULE

Thursday, June 22

2:00-2:50:  Richard Bradley (LSE London): Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Hurricances: Making decisions with catastrophe models.

2:50-3:40:  Andreas Lang (University of Salzburg): Climate impact on Earth surface systems — uncertainties unfolding

3:40-4:00:  Break (20 minutes)

4:00-4:50:  Robert Junker (University of Salzburg): Evidence and uncertainty in predicting plant responses to climate warning

4:50-5:40:  Lena Zuchowski (University of Salzburg): Scaling Mountains: Modelling Multi-Scale Geological Processes with Scale-Specific Models

5:40-5:50:  Break (10 minutes)

5:50-6:40:  Nancy Cartwright (University of Durham & University of California) & Sarah Wieten (University of Durham): What’s wrong with pragmatic trials?

Official Conference Dinner at 7 p.m. at the K&K restaurant

Friday, June 23

9:00-9:50:  Arne Bathke (University of Salzburg): How do you build a statistical model for real data – and draw valid conclusions?

9:50-10:40:  Charlotte Werndl (University of Salzburg & LSE London): Initial Conditions Dependence and Initial Conditions Uncertainty in Climate Science

10:40-11:00:  Break (20 minutes)

11:00-11:50:  Andrea Fischer (IGF Innsbruck): Iconic glacier changes: The role of theory in creating evidence and phenology of climate change

11:50-12:40:  Roman Frigg (LSE London): Expert Judgment for Climate Change Adaptation

Lunch at 1 p.m. at the Triangel restaurant

 

Visitors are very welcome to attend. Prior registration is not required, but we would be grateful to know in advance that you plan to attend (email to markus.hierl@stud.sbg.ac.at).

Location: 5020 Salzburg, Churfürststraße 1, Faculty of Law, HS 202 (easiest access via Sigmund-Haffner Gasse)

Geologisches Kolloquium SS 2017

Programm

Dienstag, 14.03.2017: Ashok SINGHVI (Phys. Research Lab., Ahmedabad, India): The Societal Dimension of Geosciences

Dienstag, 21.03.2017: Gerfried WINKLER (KF-Univ. Graz): Was kommt nach dem Permafrost? – Der Einfluss reliktischer Blockgletscher auf das Abflussverhalten alpiner Einzugsgebiete

Dienstag, 28.03.2017: Rainer BRAUNSTINGL (Geologischer Dienst, Land Salzburg): Eiszeit in der Stadt Salzburg – geologisch betrachtet

Dienstag, 02.05.2017: Ellen WOHL (Collorado State Univ.): Messy Rivers are Healthy Rivers:  The Role of Physical Complexity in Sustaining Ecosystem

Dienstag, 16. 05. 2017: Günther BLOESCHL (TU Wien): Increasing river floods in Europe – fiction or reality?

Dienstag, 30.05.2017: Michael WAGREICH (Univ. Wien): Das Anthropozän – Popkultur in der geologischen Zeitskala?

Dienstag, 13.06.2017: Christian WOLKERSDORFER (Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria): Von Elefanten und Grubenwasser – Ein montanhydrogeologischer Lehrstuhl in Südafrika

 

 

 

Alle Vorträge finden im Hörsaal 434 (dritter Stock) der  Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstraße 34 statt und beginnen pünktlich um 17.00 Uhr.