Summer 2010

Ph.D.Presentations – Summer 2010

 

Presentations to be held in the Ph.D-Kolloquium

Summer term 2010 (SS 2010)

Tuesdays (weekly) / 16-17:30
Exercise Room 3 / Dept. of Geography / Greinstr. 8a / Cologne University

Date Name(s) Project Topic(s)
13.04.2010 Manuel Bertrams B1 Spätquatäre Landschaftsentwicklung in Wadi Sabra (Jordanien)

20.04.2010 Florian Steininger D1 Landscape evolution during the middle and upper Weichselian – Geoarchaeological case studies from the Rhine-Meuse area

27.04.2010 Yvonne Tafelmaier D1 Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition on the Iberian Peninsula
  Isabell Schmidt Z3 Getting to the point: Lithic projectiles of the Iberian peninsula

NOTE : This session will take place in BONN in the Lecture Room (Hörsaal) of the
INSTITUT FÜR NUTZPFLANZEN UND RESSOURCENSCHUTZ, ABT. BODENWISSENSCHAFTEN
Nußallee 13, 53115 Bonn (Poppelsdorf)from 16:15 to 17:45 (n.b. we will be starting 15 minutes later than usual for a better rail connection)
04.05.2010 Franziska Lauer D Reconstruction of soil nutrient reservoirs as an indicator for human-environment interaction in the Neolithic in Central Europe
  Mareike Wolf F3 Black carbon in soils as an indicator for human-environment interaction in the last 190.000 years

11.05.2010 Dörte Weig &
Martin Solich
E3 Mobilitätsmodelle in der Ethnologie

18.05.2010 Dr. B. Weninger F1 IRTG Special Introductory Course:
Glacial Radiocarbon Age Calibration
Note: IRTG Special Introductory Courses are aimed at providing CRC-members with the opportunity to receive a general introduction into some of the key methods and disciplines applied within the CRC 806.

08.06.2010 Ondřej Mlejnek (Brno)   Ondratice I: Želeč site in the context of the Early Upper Palaeolithic occupation of the Middle Danube region

15.06.2010 Andrea Picin (Tarragona)   Raw material procurement and technological change: mobility patterns between Neanderthals and Modern Humans in Crimea

22.06.2010    

29.06.2010    

06.07.2010 Cancelled (MatLab course [05.-07.07.10]; n.b. Ph.D. candidates only)

13.07.2010 Thomas Widlok,
Dörte Weig,
Martin Solich
E3 Special Introductory Course: Ethnology / Cultural Anthropology
“Anthropology of Mobility: (almost) everything you always wanted to know but never dared to ask” 
Note: IRTG Special Introductory Courses are aimed at providing CRC-members with the opportunity to receive a general introduction into some of the key methods and disciplines applied within the CRC 806.
 

20.07.2010 Pritam Yogeshwar A2 Multidimensionale Interpretation von Gleichstromgeoelektrik und transient elektromagnetischen Daten zur Bestimmung der Sedimentmächtigkeit ausgetrockener Salzseen / Westsahara

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