Informations actuelles

Events


  • Activités
  • Annonces

2020
janv. 28
  • Société suisse d'agronomie
  • Institute of Agricultural Sciences
  • Séminaire
  • Zürich

Current Challenges In Plant Breeding - "Natural versus induced genetic variation for plant breeding"

This seminar is also part of the ETH lecture “Current Challenges in Plant Breeding”, where we aim to bring together Master and PhD students with national and international experts in plant breeding to discuss current activities, latest achievements and future perspectives of selected topics.
2020
janv. 29
Wasser Meer Welle
  • Université de Neuchâtel
  • Exposé
  • Neuchâtel

2020 Darcy Lecture: Killer Beetles, Naked Trees, and Dirty Water: Understanding Hydrology and Water Quality Impacts from the Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation in the Rocky Mountain West

This lecture by Prof. Reed Maxwell will present research from a six-year project that brought together hydrologists, environmental engineers, social scientists and education and outreach specialists to study the broad water quality, quantity and social impacts of the MPB epidemic.
2020
janv. 30
SAOG 2020
  • Conférence
  • Fribourg

36th SAOG Annual meeting

The Science of Surfaces, Interfaces and Nanostructures
2020
janv. 30
hêtre ruisseau forêt eau
  • Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Zurich
  • Exposé
  • Zürich

2020 Darcy Lecture: Hydrology from the bottom up: how groundwater shapes the water cycle

This lecture by Prof. Reed Maxwell will explore the linkages between groundwater and the rest of the hydrologic cycle. It will discuss some fundamental relationships that describe groundwater's interconnections with land surface fluxes and how recent advances in our understanding these feedbacks can help us more holistically manage our watersheds.
2020
janv. 31
Big Data
  • Institut fédéral pour l'aménagement, l'épuration e la protection des eaux
  • Exposé
  • Dübendorf

2020 Darcy Lecture: Hydrology in the supercomputing age: how computational advances have revolutionized our field, and what big data and massively parallel simulations mean for the future of hydrologic discovery

This lecture by Prof. Reed Maxwell will discuss how computational advances are shaping our simulation capabilities, changing the questions that we are able to ask as scientist, and changing how we educate our students.
2019
nov. 4
2020
févr. 7
  • Institut für Kartografie und Geoinformation
  • Formation de base/Formation continue
  • Zürich

CAS Räumliche Informationssysteme

Der CAS RIS richtet sich an aktuelle wie auch an zukünftige Anwenderinnen und Anwender von Geodaten und raumbezogenen Informationstechnologien wie GIS.

Further information and events

  • Application deadline (financial support for conferences, workshops, etc.) for young researchers is March 31, and September 30 [more...]

  • MRI-Blog: CH-AT, the Swiss Austrian Alliance for Mountain Research: What’s in it for you? [read more...]