We are planning to have our annual meeting on December 2–4, 2021, at the Parkhotel am Taunus in Oberursel. We will discuss ongoing and future projects and, most importantly, we will delineate joint projects that will become the core of the planned collaborative research center.
In this tutorial, your will learn how to use real data to create a geodynamic model setup with LaMEM. We will use the data of La Palma, which is a volcanic island that started erupting in mid september 2021.
Halogens (F, Cl, Br, I) are important volatile components in magmas, in addition to H2O, CO2 and S. Their extremely high chemical activity in melts and fluids leads to a significant influence on the properties of magmas, on magma degassing, on the extraction, transport and deposition of metals as well as on the chemistry of volcanic emissions and composition of atmosphere.
Professor Shan de Silva (Oregon State University) received an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship to work with Axel Schmitt (Heidelberg) and the wider TeMaS team. Shan is interested in volcanology and geophysics.
Lisa’s paper on modelling magmatic systems with a combined thermodynamic and thermomechanical modelling approach was accepted in the Journal of Petrology, which is one of the top journals of the field.