On Friday, April 5, we held the annual Alumni Day at the Institute.
The day started with coffee and cake and smalltalk around the hall. People were happy to meet old friends and colleagues.
The "official" program started with a welcome from Acting Head of Department Jan Piotrowski.
Then came three presentations of exciting new research from the institute:
Rasmus Andreasen told about the influence of the limestone on strontium isotope composition in the Danish landscape and implications for the origin of the Egtved girl and the Skrydstrup woman.
Vivi Kathrine Pedersen told about glaciation and the emergence of fjords in Northeast Greenland.
Hamed Sanei told about organic petrology.
After that followed the alumni:
Max Halkjær (from Rambøl) told about the export of Danish groundwater technology.
Anders Bruun (from QEye Labs) told about the use of seismic technologies from the oil gas industry for geothermal exploration.
The day ended with a reception with nice food and good beer and lots of fun in the company of old friends and colleagues.
Over 100 alumni met and helped make it a good afternoon and evening.