Two funded PhD positions in Sedimentology :
Sedimentary Basin Dynamics and Biogeosphere Interactions
The section of Earth Sciences at the Department of Geosciences of the University of Fribourg in Switzerland invites applications for two PhD-positions in the fields of Sedimentology, resp. Basin Dynamics…
Graduation ceremonies of Master of Science, PhDs and habilitations 2022
The 2022 graduates received their diplomas during the ceremonies of the February 17th at the Aula Magna of the University of Fribourg.
The Department of Geosciences would like to warmly congratulate…
Géotopes d'importance cantonale
Les 92 géotopes d'importance cantonale, définis par le groupe de Géomorphologie de l'Université de Fribourg, ont été publiés.
DANGERS NATURELS, même pas peur !
Une expo interactive pour tous dès 12 ans.
La section Jura | Jura bernois de la Société suisse des ingénieurs et des architectes (SIA) a conçu une exposition itinérante et interactive présentant les…
Postdoc position for a research project in Tectonics
The section of Earth Sciences at the Department of Geosciences of the University of Fribourg in Switzerland invites applications for one post-doctoral position in Tectonics.
Worse than 2003: Swiss glaciers are melting more than ever
2022 was a disastrous year for Swiss glaciers: all ice melt records were smashed by the great
dearth of snow in winter and continuous heatwaves in summer. More than 6 percent of the ice
volume was lost,…
PhD or PostDoc position on the history of Soviet in Central Asia
1-2 year open-rank position on the history of Soviet glaciology in Central Asia
at the Department of Geosciences, Geography Unit, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Lecturer Position in Human Geography (75%)
The Geography Unit seeks to hire a lecturer (maître-assistant -e / Oberassistent -in) to complement the teaching and research group in Human Geography.
Global warming is causing new rivers to form on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet.
By using more than 25,000 satellite images, Andrew Tedstone and Horst Machguth, two researchers from the University of Fribourg, were able to observe that the runoff of water from the melting of the Greenland…