The scientific program covers the complete spectrum from fundamental to applied isotope research and their related disciplines, including Biology, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, Hydrology and Geosciences, ranging from stable isotopes of light to heavy elements.
Art of presentation
Regular oral presentation will be 15-minute talks (including 3 min discussion).
Posters are welcome and each poster will be presented by a 3 min “speed" presentation in front of the poster. We encourage particularly young scientists to present their researches.
Leonard Wassenaar (Wasser Cluster Lunz) - The new titanium method: a one-step, low-cost, reduction of aqueous NO3– to N2O for analysis of δ15N, δ18O, and δ17O opens new possibilities for the analysis of diverse environmental samples.
Eliza Harris (ETHZ and University of Innsbruck) - Using isotopic measurements to understand N2O pathways: Combining measurements, modelling, and data science approaches.