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Workshop (september 16th)
     
   

"Instrumental techniques applied to Mineralogy and Geochemistry"

 

This workshop is arranged with the aim of updating the knowledge of young and also "senior" researchers. The meeting to be held in Zaragoza, on September 2008, will feature the state of knowledge on some techniques widely used in Mineralogy and Petrology.


The Workshop will include an internationally well-known group of specialists in some tecniques like electron microscopy, isotope geology, RAMAN, IR, XAS, XANES, fluid inclusions, etc.

Workshop Programme will be released in the Second Circular.

See below the tentative titles of the Invited Lectures

Dr. Fernando Nieto. Dpto Mineralogía y Petrología. Universidad de Granada, Spain.
"TEM in Geology. Basics and applications"

Dra. Elisabetta Mariani. Dept of Earth Ocean Sciences. LIverpool University , UK.
"Electron back-scattered diffraction (EBSD) in the SEM: applications to microstructures in minerals and rocks and recent technological advancements"

Dr. Clemente Recio. Servicio General de Análisis de Isótopos Estables. Universidad de Salamanca, Spain.
"Alike as two water drops: distinguishing one source of the same substance from another"

Dr. Kjell Bilström. Laboratory of Isotope Geology. Natur Historiska Riskmuseet, Stockholm, Sweden.
"Radiogenic isotopes and their applications within a range of scientific fields"

Dr. Jesús Chaboy Nalda. Instituto de Ciencias de los Materiales. CSIC-Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain.
"X-Ray Absortion Spectroscopy in Mineralogy and in the Earth and Environmental Sciences"

Dra. Biliana Gasharova. Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, ANKA synchrotron light source, Karlsruhe, Germany.
"Raman, Conventional Infrared and Synchrotron Infrared Spectroscopy in Mineralogy and Geochemistry: Basics and Applications"

Dr. Salvador Morales Dpto MIneralogía y Petrología. Universidad de Granada, Spain.
"Analytical techniques applied to fluid inclusion studies"