Geochemistry Group’s Research in Progress Meeting (GGRiP) 2021

22–23 June 2021

Time: 10.00–17.00 BST on both days,  including poster sessions.

No further abstracts are being accepted.

Geochemistry Group website with further event details

This year’s GGRiP meeting will be an entirely virtual event. We have a great line-up of keynote speakers (see below). Full details have been sent to all registrants; contact Kevin Murphy (kevin@minersoc.org) if you have not received the details.

Oral sessions will be delivered via Zoom and the poster session will be held using ‘Gather.Town’, a great, interactive tool for poster sessions. Again, appropriate links have been sent to registrants.

This is a fantastic opportunity to practice giving online talks and presentations within a friendly and supportive environment prior to the virtual Goldschmidt conference. As always, we particularly encourage students and early-career researchers to come and present their work.

We are requesting a small registration fee (excluding delegates registering from developing countries) to help cover the costs of administration and the use of Gather.Town. Separate donations are also welcome from those who are able to in order to help subsidise attendance by students and other non-paying delegates.

Finally, during the registration process we are asking you to optionally specify your gender and whether you would like to be added to a list of speakers from minority groups that we are putting together to help us increase diversity throughout the events organised by the Geochemistry Group. The Geochemistry Group also encourages all delegates to complete the Mineralogical Society EDI survey, which can be found here. Thank you.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Magali Ader – IPGP, Paris
Queenie Chan – Royal Holloway
Ashley King – NHM
David Naafs – Bristol
Amy Riches – Edinburgh and SETI institute
Chris Standish – Southampton
Emily Stevenson – Cambridge
Richard Taylor – Zeiss
Emma Tomlinson – Trinity College Dublin
Matthew Warke – St Andrews.