The CIDER 2023 summer program is funded by the NSF GeoPRISMS program to explore the causes and consequences of fluid and magma transport at plate boundaries. Lectures and tutorials are organized around three research themes: (1) role of aqueous fluid on fault interfaces at subduction zones and ridges; (2) magma production rates and tectonic interactions at subduction zones and ridges; (3) magma transport from the source to the crust. The goal is to synthesize past scientific results and to look forward to future research initiatives.
CIDER's collaborative and interdisciplinary nature provides an ideal venue to introduce students and postdocs to exciting research challenges in the study of plate boundary processes. The Program brings together scientists at all stages of their careers and from across all disciplines to identify important research questions that can be advanced through interdisciplinary collaboration.
Illustration: Magali Billen
Like previous CIDER summer programs, the four-week program (June 19-July 14) is open to advanced graduate students and post-docs, as well as senior participants. The first two weeks are devoted to lectures and tutorials. The second two weeks are used to initiate collaborative group research projects.
Travel and on-site expenses are provided to those senior participants that stay for two weeks or longer and to grad students/post-docs that commit for the 4 weeks of the lecture tutorial program. We cannot provide support for travel from outside of the US. However, on-site support for foreign participants (senior or junior) accepted to the program is provided.
This summer program will be held on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley.
- Bruce Buffett UC Berkeley, CIDER PI
- Rachel Kowalik UC Berkeley, CIDER Event Planner
- Magali Billen University of California, Davis
- Jeff Freymueller Michigan State University
- Greg Hirth Brown University
- Terry Plank Columbia University
- Jessica Warren University of Delaware
- Geoff Abers Cornell University
- Alexis Ault Utah State University
- Roland Bürgmann UC Berkeley
- Eric Dunham Stanford University
- Tobias Fischer University of New Mexico
- Donald Fisher Penn State University
- Matt Gleeson UC Berkeley
- Tarsilo Girona Univ of Alaska, Fairbanks
- Mong-Han Huang University of Maryland
- Richard Katz Oxford
- Katherine Kelley Univ of Rhode Island
- Kathryn Materna USGS
- Michelle Muth Smithsonian Institution
- Samer Naif Georgia Tech
- John Naliboff New Mexico Tech
- Ayla Pamukcu Stanford University
- Matej Pec MIT
- Diana Roman Carnegie Institution for Science
- Joyce Shi Sim Georgia Tech
- Tom Sisson USGS
- Penny Wieser UC Berkeley