MedGU - 2021

The PÜSKÜRÜM project was presented at the 1st Mediterranean Geoscience Union (MedGU)  Conference held in Istanbul in November 2021. The Phd student Rengin Özsoy and Dr. Ivan Sunyé Puchol (PI of the project) had introduced PÜSKÜRÜM to the national and international community in Turkey, getting valuable feedback and potential collaborations.

75th Geological Congress of Turkey - 2023

In April 2023 Rengin Özsoy and Simge Kaya have presented the first results of their PhD and Master thesis to the 75th Geological Congress of Turkey. Rengin have introduced the chemico-physical characterization of Belbashani Pumice (a large explosive eruption from Hasandağ volcano), and Simge the preliminary results of a petrologic study about Erciyes Holocene pyroclastic deposits (Karagüllü, Perikartin and Dikkartin eruptions). This was a great opportunity to keep disseminating the rationale and initial results of PÜSKÜRÜM project within the geoscience community of Turkey.

INQUA Congress - 2023

In July 2023, Dr. Ivan Sunyé Puchol will present the collapse mechanism of Acigöl caldera during the XXI International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) congress that will be held in La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). Within the INQUA framework, Ivan (which is the PI of the PÜSKÜRÜM project) has organised the Workshop (PCW3) about the Quaternary explosive volcanism of Anatolia and its implications for volcanic hazard assessments in Turkey together with other scientist (e.g. Rebbeca Kearney from GFZ- Potsdam, Germany). 

This PCW3 Workshop will be a perfect opportunity to discuss with the scientific community, the current state-of-the-art of Anatolian volcanism studies and how important is it to improve the eruption record knowledge for better hazard assessments. In this occasion, the PÜSKÜRÜM team members (i.e., Ivan, Rengin and Simge) will share the latest findings about Central Anatolian volcanoes.

The Geoscience paradigm: Resources, Risks and future perspectives - 2023

The PÜSKÜRÜM results will be presented also next year at the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) from 14 to 19 April of 2024 in Vienna, Austria. The EGU of the most important European conference that brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.

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