Application deadline: Feb. 28, 2022
The 2022 Cooperative Institute for Dynamic Earth Research (CIDER) Summer Programs focus on the physical and chemical conditions that allowed life to gain a foothold on Earth. Participants will also survey the remote signatures that would allow the early Earth to be identified as an inhabited world. This broad program will deal with the formation and subsequent evolution of terrestrial planets. At each stage, the interplay between the surface environment and the evolution of the interior will be explored.
The organizers and confirmed lecturers can be found here.
The 4-week Summer Program includes lectures, tutorials, and group research projects for about 40 advanced graduate students and postdocs. Scientists at assistant professor/researcher level (and higher) can also participate in any part of the program, with a minimum commitment of 2 weeks.
The summer program will be held on the campus of University of California, Berkeley. It is supported by the NSF/CSEDI program. Applications are invited for both senior and junior participants by clicking here
Follow the link to the application page. A direct link to the application is available here