This year's traditional group sledging and dinner saw a record large group including a couple of sledging novices.
We welcome Petronela Filipčíková, a PhD student at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, who will spend four months in our group.
Together with archaeology colleagues we organised a hands-on workshop to test and learn how to use SFM techniques to map underground cavities.
Last week we finished field work in Death Valley National Park. The trip was very successful and changing two flat tires in the desert provided some unplanned change.
We are offering a short course in luminescence dating at the University of Innsbruck from June 4 to 8 2018.
Yuri Dublyansky, Paul Töchterle und Christoph Spötl participated in recent study in the Italian Alps which shows that high altitudes were stronger affected by climate warming than low latitudes across Europe.
A very warm welcome to Prof. Jeffrey S. Munroe, who joined our group and the Department of Geology as a Fulbright awardee.
Gina Moseley received her certificate for the Hypo Tirol Research Prize.
Institute of Geology University of Innsbruck Innrain 52 6020 Innsbruck Austria