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Erasmus Exchange in Finland

Written by Erik Sturkell End October I went eastbound to Åbo in Finland for two weeks. The mission was to give an intensive course in geophysics for students at Åbo Akademi University and University of Turko (Turun yliopisto). Prof. Olav Eklund (Joffi) introduced me to this

Erasmus exchange to the East

It was finally possible to travel east to Åbo in Finland again. The Erasmus cooperation with Åbo Akademi could be re-activated. The two-weeks course “Introduction to Geophysics” has become more and more popular with time and attract students from the Finish university “Turun yliopisto”, too.

Diamonds are forever

Erik has written yet another popular science article for Geologiskt forum entitled 'Diamanter - det hårdaste inom geologin'. To translate, this time the chosen topic was diamonds, the hardest mineral on Earth. While I was teaching at the University of Iceland, one of my courses