Events

SEARCHING FOR THE DEEP ROOTS OF ARC VOLCANOES: RESULTS FROM iMUSH SEISMIC IMAGING IN THE WASHINGTON CASCADES

Merle A. Tuve Senior Fellow Lecturer

October 31, 2019
Merle A. Tuve Senior Fellow Special Seminar
Geoffrey Abers

Tuve Fellow Geoffrey Abers, the William and Katherine Snee Professor in Geological Sciences at Cornell Engineering, will present the Merle A. Tuve Senior Fellow Lecture at Carnegie's Broad Branch Road Campus. 

Titan: Exploration of an Exotic Ocean World

Melissa Grady Trainer

October 17, 2019
Weekly Seminar Series
Melissa Grady Trainer

Melissa Grady Trainer is at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Sciences and Exploration Directorate and is Deputy Principal Investigator for the Dragonfly mission to Saturn's moon Titan.  She will present her lecture in the Greenewalt Lecture Hall at Carnegie's Broad Branch Road Campus as part of DTM's Weekly Seminar Series.

Planets in a Bottle: Exploring Planetary Atmospheres in the Lab

Sarah Horst, JHU

October 10, 2019
Weekly Seminar Series
Sarah Hörst

Sarah Hörst, Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University's Earth & Planetary Sciences Department, will present her lecture in the Greenewalt Lecture Hall at Carnegie's Broad Branch Road Campus as part of DTM's Weekly Seminar Series.

THE MAGIC AND MYSTERY OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE

October 3, 2019
Neighborhood Lecture Series
George Cody

In this talk George Cody will introduce and explain how Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) works and will provide examples of how he uses NMR to address important problems in geochemistry.

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