Department of Earth Sciences

Collaboration

Every year in September Geologins Dag is organized in Uppsala. The Department of Earth Sciences participates together with other organizations to contribute with knowledge and arouse curiosity for rock, soil and water.

Geologins Dag 2016
(information in swedish)

Ahead of the curve

Institutionen för geovetenskaper arrangerar tillsammans med Universitetsbiblioteket en seminarieserie och doktorandkurs inom vetenskapskommunikation. Kursen/serien går under namnet Ahead of the Curve

Läs mer här: www.geo.uu.se/ahead

Om du vill delta på samtliga seminarier som en del av en doktorandkurs - läs mer och anmäl dig här.  Kursen finns tillgänglig både som en vanlig kurs, och en distans/online-kurs.  

Om du "bara" vill gå på seminarierna krävs registrering inför varje enskilt tillfälle. Varje seminarium kommer även att filmas och finnas tillgängligt som livesändning och att se i efterhand. 

Centers and Networks

The Department of Earth Sciences collaborates with many actors, both within and outside the University of Uppsala. Among them are the Centre for Sustainable Development, a collaboration with SLU to promote research and education in sustainable development, Centre for Natural Disaster Science which is a national resource center for natural disasters and the Swedish National Seismic Network which collects seismological data from earthquakes on behalf of the government.

Centers and networks

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY ALUMNI NETWORK

Uppsala University’s Alumni Network is a network for former students and a meeting place for career development and forging professional contacts.

The Alumni Network is for everyone who has studied or worked, or is working at Uppsala University. Also our honorary doctors, guest researchers, board members and others close to the University are regarded as alumni.

More about the Alumni Network

Disciplinary Domain of Science and Technology - Collaboration

The Faculty for Science and Technology constitutes one third of the university and consists of eleven institutions in the subjects of biology, computer science, physics, earth science, chemistry, mathematics and technology. It features a variety of advanced engineering and scientific programs as well as world-leading research. We are very pleased to share our knowledge and welcome collaborations and visits. One project that TekNat is involved in is the science festival SciFest.

TekNat Collaboration 

Geoturism

The project Fostering geoturism on Central Baltic islands aims to increase public awareness about our common geoheritage and is a collaboration between Uppsala University and NGO Geoguide Baltoscandia in Estonia.

Learn more about Geoturism