Have you ever wondered how failure planes of submarine landslides work? Or what happens inside a submarine channel? Or how the 2018 Anak Krakatoa Tsunami developed? Look no further!
We are excited to announce the new SLATE webinar series! Dive into the world of submarine landslide research, enjoy exiting insights into current projects and discuss the most recent findings. From micro-mechanics of failure planes over time-lapse monitoring of turbidity currents to tsunami genesis, from case studies over laboratory experiments to numerical modelling – our Early-Stage Researchers (ESR) as well as invited guest speakers will take you on a journey through state-of-the-art topics to tackle open questions.
The SLATE webinar series intends to provide a platform for young researchers to present themselves and their project results in front of a large audience within and outside of the SLATE consortium. Especially after the postponement and/or cancellation of many of 2020’s conferences due to the pandemic, it is more important than ever to provide alternate means for scientific exchange.
The webinar series will be organized on a fortnightly basis, always on a Wednesday from 12 – 1 pm (GMT+1) via the platform ZOOM.
NOTE: please direct password requests for recorded webinars to firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous SLATE webinars:
- every 2nd Wednesday
- 12 pm – 1 pm (GMT+1)
- via ZOOM
- 20 January 2021
- Maarten Heijnen