Fachbereich 09: Chemie, Pharmazie, Geographie und Geowissenschaften at the Uni Mainz
Institut für Geowissenschaften
- Becherweg 21
- 55099 Mainz
- Phone: +49 6131 392-4373
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Special features regarding teachingPractice-oriented field and lab training; in-depth training in Geoinformatics, Geostatistics, software development; close linking of content and organisation with the partner institutes; wide range of optional required modules; Bachelor's degree course provides a solid basic education in the Geosciences; specialisation in the Master's degree course: Petrology, Palaeoclimate, Geodynamics, Mineralogy
Special features regarding the equipmentLabs with numerous analysis devices (LA-ICP-MS; microprobe, XRF, EMP, IRMS, Raman, various special microscopes); field equipment: various drilling equipment, GPS receivers, Komapanden measuring equipment. Computer equipment: Access to the university mainframe computer via the Geophysics work group, various workstations for Numerical Modelling, GIS and Software development.
Special features regarding research activitiesNumerous scientific cooperations with other universities and institutions, including internationally; VAMOS programme with a focus on geodynamic, tectonic and petrological processes in the Earth's crust and the Earth's upper mantle; key research areas in Palaeoclimate and Paleoarcheology; Geo-resources, Petrology/Vulcanology, Gemstone research
Further information on research activitieswww.geowiss.uni-mainz.de/288_DEU_HTML.php
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Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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