SUM 2015 GEOSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM AGENDA
STANFORD-USTC-MIT (SUM) 2015 is a Student/Postdoc Summer Camp in China with participants representing broad geoscience areas: earth, atmospheric, space physics, and planetary sciences. About fifteen graduate students/postdocs from Stanford University and MIT are formally invited to participate in the event. Elite students/postdocs in geosciences from other universities in China will also be invited to join in SUM 2015. The program will last from September 6th to 15th this year. SUM 2015 activities include: - Geoscience symposium at USTC - Open dialogue with students at USTC - Visiting student’s start-up companies at USTC - Field trip to Yellow Mountain - Meeting with successful Chinese businessmen in Beijing - Organizing SEG Conference in Beijing - Culture experiences Application for SUM 2015 Geoscience Summer Camp is open now. Any interested student should complete the Registration Form attached below and send it to the email firstname.lastname@example.org before July 4th, 2015. SUM 2015 will cover travel expenses and meals during the program as well as lodging in Huangshan and Beijing.
20150908Alexandra Andrews Understanding subduction zone processes：Melt-Rock Reaction in the Mantle Wedge.mp4
20150908Eva Marie Golos Seismic velocity structure beneath the United States using a joint inversion of surface wave and body wave data.mp4
20150908Fang Qin Climate characteristics of warm rain in summer over the tropical and subtropical Pacific Ocean.mp4
20150908Qi Chen Electrical conductivity measurements of aqueous fluids under pressure with a hydrothermal diamond anvil cell.mp4