Hunor Deak in the Lab: Working in the geology laboratories of the University of Edinburgh
I had a lot of interesting lab work from melting rocks into lava to take geophysics measurements.
My course centered around the study of the Earth in the present and the processes that created it in the past. My course touched many scientific disciplines ranging from computer simulation to interplanetary physics. I studied palaeontology, climate science, meteorology, palaeobiology, Earth physics, mining geology, soil science, petrology, oceanography, geomorphology, GIS, planetology, geochemistry and geophysics.
Degree Programme: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/undergraduate/degrees/index.php?action=view&code=F600
University of Edinburgh’s Graduate Attributes: https://www.ed.ac.uk/employability/graduate-attributes/framework
The programme is designed to develop the competencies most prized by graduate employers:
– A sound knowledge of basic science
– A deep understanding of a wide range of topics in geosciences
– An ability to synthesize complex data
– Critically analysis of information
– Effective presentation of work
Well done to @ffusseis and his PhD student Berit Schwichtenberg for conducting a great geology trip to the Scottish Highlands to #Kinlochleven! Their knowledge of structural geology is extensive. Both of them are great educators. @GeosciencesEd @CockburnGeol @UoEGeosStudents #Sco pic.twitter.com/JouINH6ODG
— Bernard Hunor Traian Ochterlonie Deak ⚒ 🦖🦕💎🔬🔶 (@Hunor10) April 22, 2018
Geology work in the lab. pic.twitter.com/HhMIF0uq4u
— Bernard Hunor Traian Ochterlonie Deak ⚒ 🦖🦕💎🔬🔶 (@Hunor10) October 23, 2020