MSG RiP Meeting 2019
We can now announce more details about this year’s RiP Meeting, including that registration is open as of TODAY!
Looking forward to seeing you there!
The MSG Committee
MSG RiP Meeting 2019
We are excited to announce that the MSG 2019 Research in Progress Meeting will be held on Tuesday 5th March at the University of Portsmouth.
Save the date and look out for further information on this website and on our Twitter page!
The MSG Committee.
Accommodation in Oxford
We have compiled a list of places to stay in Oxford that may be useful for people coming to the Annual meeting and/or the EBSD workshop.
The metacurry will be taking place at Yeti restaurant on Cowley road on the 15th March (after the conference). The easiest premier inn* to get to (by bus) is the one by the Oxford business park at the end of Cowley road, by the ring road.
Accommodation by the ring road (cheaper)
*Premier Inn Oxford (£76 pn)
Travelodge Peartree (by park and ride) (£51)
Travelodge Abingdon road (£72 pn)
Jury’s Inn Oxford
B&Bs on Cowley road (or adjacent iffley road, walking distance of dinner)
Manor house hotel
Pine castle hotel
Accommodation in town centre
University rooms: (~£65 pn)
Other Hotels and B&Bs
Holywell B&B (£120 pn)
Lintern lodge Best Western Hotel (summertown) (~£100 pn)
Star B&B (£110 pn)
White house view guest house (£77 pn)
CHANGE OF DATE
The date of the EBSD workshop has been changed to the 14th March. Places are still available for the workshop, and Abstract submission for the MSG meeting (on the 15th Match) is ongoing unit the 28th Feb.
See you in Oxford!
Abstract Deadline for the 2017 MSG meeting at Oxford (see below) is 28/02/2017.
We look forward to seeing you in Oxford!
It’s that time again, aficionados of the metamorphic arts!
The 2017 Metamorphic Studies Group meeting will be held at The Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford on the 15th March. Following the meeting, there will be a return of the “meta-curry” in Oxford.
Keynote Speakers are:
Lucie Tajcmanová (ETH Zurich): Metamorphic Geology – why should we care?
Samuel Angiboust (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris): Palaeo-seismicity in subduction zones
On the 14th of March, the University of Oxford Department of Earth Sciences and MSG are hosting an EBSD workshop – which will certainly be of interest to many metamorphic petrologists! Sign up fast for this workshop, as numbers are strictly limited.
Registration for both can be found here.
We hope to see you all in Oxford!
Due to unprecedented demand, registration for the MSG Research in Progress meeting and Geochronology Workshop at the BGS in Keyworth is now closed.