Please find here the final report of the first workshop of the Oceanic Transform Faults working group, Plouzané, 22-24 May 2018. The report is in two parts, a quantitative report about the workshop and a scientific report.
I uploaded on the University file transfer system a map of Brest with the tramway line in the city center and also a booklet with a few interesting places to visit, if you stay a little longer or arrive a little earlier. The files were too large to be uploaded in the website.
Note that Monday 21 is a holiday in France. However, most places will be open.
Next week we expect to have sunny days, although not too warm. But we are in Brittany and weather may change fast. Let’s hope it will not!
Have a nice trip to Brest and see you all next week!
The Organizing Committee of the Interridge Workshop on Oceanic Transform Faults has awarded five travel grants to encourage the participation of young scientists.
Our congratulations to:
Thomas Morrow, PhD student in geophysics at University of Idaho (USA)
Cécile Prigent, post-doc in petrology at University of Delaware (USA)
Emily Roland, scientist in geophysics at University of Washington (USA)
Christopher Schmidt, PhD student in hydrothermalism/fluids at GEOMAR (Germany)
Fan Zhang, post-doc in geophysics at Southern University of Science and Technology (China)
Registration are now closed, for any need please contact Daniele Brunelli @: email@example.com
This spring, several strikes are planned in France. The train service, and possibly also the planes, will be severely impacted. The strike days and information on the train services are updated regularly. The strike days, where the number of trains circulating will be considerably small, are already known. You can find information on the strike at SNCF here.
Concerning the planes, Air France already had some strike days early April but there is nothing announced for May. However, this situation may evolve.
You will find some practical information on how to travel to Brest as well as hotel accomodation and a link to the Tourist Office here.
The deadline for the registration to the first workshop of the OTF working group is April 20.
The deadline for applying to the young scientist travel support is March 31. The applications will be evalueated on the first week of April and the results announced immediately. We remind that the grants are intended to help with the travel expenses but will not cover the entire travel costs.
To register click here