Welcome to the final day of EGU 2013! As ever, there are many many great sessions on today – here’s our final selection of highlights. Be sure to complement this information with EGU Today, the daily newsletter of the General Assembly, available both in paper and for download here.
After you’ve settled into the day and had your morning coffee, why not pick up some skills to show off your talents to a potential employer, make the most of your CV and beat the competition (in academia and industry) in the “How to apply for a job” Short Course? Join career training experts Helen Goulding and Sarah Blackford in Room G10 at 10:30.
Today’s Medal Lectures:
- Julius Bartels Medal Lecture by Nikolai Tsyganenko (ML29), Room Y1, 08:30–09:30
- Arne Richter Award for Outstanding Young Scientists Lecture by Simon M. Mudd (ML5), Room B6, 13:30–14:00
…and a taste of the interdisciplinary sessions that are on:
- Crustal structure and geodynamic evolution in the Antarctic and Arctic regions 08:30–12:00, Room G11
- Nature and physical properties of the plate interface in subduction zones: Cross-disciplinary views from Geodynamics-Geochemistry-Seismology-Modeling 08:30–12:00, Room B1
- Integrated Research Infrastructures and Services to users: supporting excellence in a science for society 13:30–17:00, Room B3
- Integrating Multiple Techniques to Determine the Evolution of the Himalayan-Karakorum-Tibetan Orogenic System: Surface, Sub-surface & Deep Earth Processes 13:30–17:00, Room B1
It’s your last chance to make the most of the networking opportunities at the General Assembly, so get on down to the poster halls and strike up a conversation. If you’re in the queue for coffee, find out what the person ahead is investigating – you never know when you might start building the next exciting collaboration!
We hope you’ve had a wonderful week, we certainly have!