Field trip Adria. Photo: Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna

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28.04.2021
 

Whether as melts or solid minerals, carbonates are probably the most important carriers of carbon in the interior of our Earth. However, how...

24.03.2021
 

From April till July 2021, Sabine Henry is visiting professor at the Department of Geography and Regional Research. For more than twenty years, the...

15.03.2021
 

The Faculty welcomes Eric Gaidos (astronomer and geobiologist) and Stephen Mojzsis (geologist and geoastrophysicist) as Ida Pfeiffer professors in the...

 International Activities at the "Faculty for Exploration"

The Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy – the "Faculty for Exploration" – maintains a strong international network in research, teaching and studying.

Mobility – Incomings and Outgoings

Erasmus+ and other mobility programmes: Students, researchers/teachers and university staff members are welcome to visit the "Faculty for Exploration" in Vienna or our partner universities all over the world. Find information about partner universities and our mobility coordinators.
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VISESS Doctoral School

The Vienna International School of Earth and Space Sciences (VISESS) addresses the grand challenges humanity is facing, such as resource depletion, climate change, and insecurity about future energy supply, through inter- and trans-disciplinary academic research.
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Visiting Professors & Ida Pfeiffer Professorship

We are pleased to welcome numerous international visiting professors and guest researchers at our departments every year. In addition, we have created the Ida Pfeiffer Professorship to bring new ideas and top scientists to Vienna for one semester.
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Faculty Agreements

In addition to participating in international cooperation networks such as Erasmus+, CEEPUS or Eurasia-Pacific UNINET, we support some of our international partner universities with specific faculty agreements.
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João Alves. Photo: University of Vienna

Understanding the Cosmos, Earth, and the Anthroposphere starts with a strong network of international collaborations.

João Alves, Vice-Dean for International Affairs

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