- Dr. Jan Schwarzbauer – Institute for Geology and Geochemistry of Petroleum and Coal (LEK)
- Dr. Klaus Reicherter – Institute of Neotectonics and Natural Hazards (NUG)
The second part comprises 3 days at the research campus of Universitas Gadjah Mada (Yogyakarta, Indonesia). It takes place in connection with the GetIn-CICERO Conference in Yogyakarta. First, a field trip will take place, during which samples will be taken for sedimentological and geochemical analyses. These analyses will be carried out in the geochemical GetIn-CICERO laboratory to practically deepen the theoretical knowledge from the first part of the workshop. The last part focuses on the data interpretation and evaluation. To emphasize the international significance of floods and flood pollution, researchers from other nations (Dr. Catherine Chagué) will also be invited to participate and teach various analyses.
Day 1 (July 23, 2022) Field Course
The field trip will take place at 2 to 3 sites near Yogyakarta. These will be visited prior to the start of the workshop to get a first impression of the sampling area and to ensure the accessibility and feasibility of sampling. Students will then be involved in sampling (e.g. with a geoslicer), particularly of fine and organic-rich sediments, to conduct further geochemical and sedimentological analyses on subsequent workshop days. In addition, a drone will be used to get an overview and take some photos of the respective areas. Perhaps even a DEM can be generated here. If applicable, water samples and samples for microplastic analysis will also be taken. Furthermore, portable instruments are also available in the GetIn-CICERO laboratory for analysis in the field (e.g. a portable hand-held gamma ray spectrometer).
Day 2 (July 27, 2022) Laboratory Preparation and Theoretical Background &
Day 3 (July 28, 2022) Data Interpretation & Evaluation
On these two days, various analyses will be performed in the GetIn-CICERO laboratory. This should provide information about sedimentological and geochemical parameters such as the grain size distribution, TOC content or trace element concentrations. The data is then evaluated and interpreted with the help of the invited speakers. In this process, the students should also work out the significance of the parameters with regard to flood pollution and present their findings. The exchange between renowned scientists as well as the students is of great importance in this context.
For this workshop part, the following equipment will probably be used in the GetIn-CICERO laboratory in Yogyakarta (instruments and function):
XRF Spectrometer Spectro Xepos HE:
- advance analysis of multi-elemental of major, minor and trace element concentrations in samples of solid, liquid, powder, plastic, glass and or oil
ELEMENTAR Soli TOC Cube: 10-15
- temperature-dependent differentiation of carbon in solids
- measuring total organic carbon (TOC), total inorganic carbon (TIC) and determining the residual oxidizable carbon (ROC)
ELEMENTAR Vario TOC Select:
- determination of organically and inorganically bound carbon in liquids, slurries and solids
- measuring TOC (Total Organic Carbon) or TNb (Total bound Nitrogen)
LEICA Microsystem DM2700P DL+AL, and DM2700P HS:
- polarizing examinations: petrography, mineralogy, structure characterization, asbestos analysis, coal analysis and examination of liquid crystals
IGM Gamma-Spektrometer GT-32:
- Portable hand-held
- determining of the content of K (potassium), U (uranium) and Th (thorium) concentrations
Registration Fees of Workshop Part 2:
|No||Type of Participant||Fees (in IDR)|
|3||Students outside of UGM||500.000|
|4||Students of UGM||300.000|
How to Make Payment
Payment can be made by direct transfer bank to the following bank account details:
Bank Name : Bank Mandiri
Branch : UGM Yogyakarta
Account Holder : Teknik Geologi
Account Number :1370098188127
Swiftcode : BMRIIDJA
After making payment, register here.
Registration deadline 13 July 2022.
Geological Engineering Department
Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada