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Seminars
Wed., Jan. 18, 2:00pm in POST 544: Dr. Falko Langenhorst (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany) "Mineralogy and Space Weathering of Regolith Particles from Asteroid Itokawa" [HIGP Seminar Series]

Fri., Jan. 20, 3:30pm in POST 723: Dr. Falko Langenhorst (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany) "Lower Mantle Phases under the Microscope" [G&G TGIF Seminar Series]

Geology & Geophysics TGIF Seminar Schedule


Talk Shows
Mondays at 1:00p.m. at thinktechhawaii.com
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HIGP Computing Services
Resources, services, and current rate



HIGP Supported Entities
Center for the Study of Active Volcanoes

Hawai‘i Groundwater & Geothermal Resources Center

Hawai‘i Mapping Research Group

Hawai‘i Space Flight Laboratory

Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium

Pacific Regional Planetary Data Center



HIGP Web Sites
Calendar (internal use for scheduling Data Center and/or projectors)

HawaiiView: Satellite Remote Sensing Data and Images

Hotspots: Global Space-borne Volcano and Fire Thermal Monitoring

PSRD: Planetary Science Research Discoveries educational website

The Denise B. Evans Fellowships in Oceanographic Research

Web Docs, Forms, Help Files (internal use)



Affiliations
Department of Geology and Geophysics

School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa

University of Hawai‘i, NASA Astrobiology Institute



Gender Equity, Non-discrimination, and Non-Violence Policy Statements
Online Resources



Commitment to a Drug-Free Campus
Official notice of University policies

Official University policy on smoke-free campus

University Health Promotion resources



U. H. Manoa Links
Academic Calendar

Applying to Graduate School

Campus Map (printable pdf)

Campus Safety

Parking on Campus

Welcome

HIGP is a multi-disciplinary institute conducting advanced research, technology development, teaching, workforce training, and service in cutting-edge oceanographic, atmospheric, geophysical, geological, and planetary science and engineering. We are a part of the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) at the Mānoa (Honolulu) campus of the University of Hawai‘i. Our Institute is home to approximately 100 faculty members, staff, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students with access to state-of-the-art laboratories and instrumentation, research vessels, and far-ranging field sites. HIGP partners with the College of Engineering for satellite fabrication and launch through the Hawai‘i Space Flight Laboratory. Our expertise spans the globe from pole to pole, from the deep Earth interior to the upper atmosphere, and extends to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

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ThinkTech Hawai‘i–Research at UH Mānoa: Talk Shows in JANUARY with HIGP:
ThinkTech Hawaii logo See the: HIGP media schedule.

January 11, 2017
Post-Doctoral Researcher Job Announcement
The University of Hawai‘i was recently granted a 5-year $20mil NSF-EPSCoR grant focused on groundwater. The project is currently seeking post-doctoral researchers in the areas of: 1) Hydrogeophysics, 2) Microbiology/Geochemistry, and 3) Numerical Modeling. Positions will offer three years of funding and full benefits. Closing date for applications is January 24, 2017. For details on the project please see: https://www.hawaii.edu/epscor/. For details on the open positions (with link to application materials) please see: http://www.hawaii.edu/epscor/postdoctoral-researchers/.


January 6, 2017
Meeting Announcement
The Cordilleran Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America will be held at the Hawai‘i Convention Center in Honolulu on May 23–25, 2017. HIGP and SOEST personnel are coordinating technical sessions, short courses, workshops, and field trips. GSA section logo

HIGP's
Sarah Fagents is co-chairing the Explosive Volcanism session and the Volcanism Across the Solar System session. Nicole Lautze is co-charing the Advances in Geothermal Resource Investigation session, Murli Manghnani and Bin Chen are together co-charing the Mineral Physics Research Aspects Related to Deep Earth's Interior and Phenomena session, and Emilio Herrero-Bervera is co-charing the Paleomagnetism, Rock Magnetism, and Archaeomagnetism session. See the Cordilleran Meeting Flyer for more information or go to the Cordilleran Meeting website for complete details.


HIGP News and Seminar Archives for [2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 |2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 ].

Find out what else is happening through the SOEST News and Press Releases.



HIGP Mission Statement

HIGP solves fundamental problems in Earth and Planetary Science by the development and application of state-of-the-art exploration, measurement, and data analysis technologies. HIGP serves society and the State of Hawai‘i by acquiring and disseminating new knowledge about the Earth and other planetary bodies, and developing and introducing leading edge technologies and a highly trained workforce to the State economy.



Hawai‘i Institute of Geophysics and Planetology
School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology
University of Hawai‘i
1680 East-West Road,
Pacific Ocean Science & Technology (POST) Building, Room 602
Honolulu, HI 96822
Office Phone: 808.956.8760
Fax: 808.956.3188
Dr. Margo H. Edwards, Interim Director  

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Top banner images: HIGP excels in advanced research, teaching, and service. Our expertise spans the globe from pole to pole, from the depths of the seas to the tops of volcanoes, and extends to the Moon, Mars, and beyond. These images show, from left to right: satellite communication dish, a map of tsunami wave heights, map of mid-ocean ridge/seafloor spreading, the IMI (Imaging and Mapping Instrument) deep-towed ocean sonar system, Earth's Moon, active Hawaiian lava flow, Mars, a meteorite collected in Antarctica, and GPS field station.

Updated 17 JAN 2017



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