Coffee Breaks

To access a Coffee Break, click on the hyperlink in the table below for your corresponding day and location!

• The International Coffee Breaks are informal online gatherings where members of the sedimentology community can turn up, bounce ideas around, have a chat and network with other sedimentologists. We welcome students, academics, those in industry and anyone with an interest in sedimentology.

• Global time zones groupings allow anyone to attend a Coffee Break during their working day and encourage international participation.

• Feel free to participate in as many Coffee Breaks as you like! In order to keep coffee breaks open to all, we ask that they are conducted in English.

Europe, Africa, and Americas

Monday 3 PM London (7 AM SF, 10 AM Miami/Toronto, 4 PM CET, 5pm Cape Town/Jerusalem, 7 PM Abu Dhabi)
Coordinator: Dan Le Heron
Hosts: Camille Thomas, Or Bialik, Stephen Lokier
Click here to attend


Asia and Oceania

Tuesday 10 AM Beijing/Perth (1 PM Sydney, 3 PM Auckland)
Coordinator: Kathryn Amos
Hosts:
Lorna Strachan, Ashleigh Hood
Click here to attend


Europe and Africa

Thursday 10 AM London (11 AM CET, 12 PM Jerusalem, 2 PM Abu Dhabi, 3:30 PM New Delhi)
Coordinator: Dan Le Heron
Hosts: Camille Thomas, Or Bialik, Stephen Lokier
Click here to attend


Americas

Thursday 9 AM San Francisco/Vancouver (10 AM Denver, 11 AM Houston/
Chicago, 12 PM Miami/NYC)
Coordinator: Emma Morris
Hosts:
John Counts, Rachelle Kernen, Lilian Navarro
Click here to attend

Each zone has a Coffee Break Coordinator and one or more supporting Hosts, this will allow for meeting management to be distributed and flexible at short notice. Coffee meetings are held on the days in the table above.

Participants do not have to be based in the city specified in the table, these cities have simply been selected as reference points for time zones. Do not feel restricted to only attend meetings in your Zone of residence, if you would like to attend other Coffee Breaks please feel free!

See you there!

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