The origin of Serpentine Days
Serpentine Days was first introduced in 2003 as a small two-day workshop organized by Catherine Mével (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, IPGP). With this website we continue that heritage.
The Serpentine Days initiative is driven by an international group of scientists. Working together, they are focused on sharing the latest findings on fluid-rock alteration processes on Earth and on other rocky planets.
What we do
Serpentine Days connects scientists and students interested in topics related to serpentine minerals. This covers research on the deep Earth interior and the Earth surface, from ocean floor to mountain belts and from places in our solar systems to regions far out in space.
With a monthly webinar on the latest research on serpentines we aim to connect the community, start discussions between different disciplines and think about new ways to perform future research. The webinars will be a fantastic opportunity to meet people and get into contact with each other. In 2023 we will aim to meet again for the Serpentine Days, somewhere in Europe.
Let’s talk serpentine
Scientists gather data about serpentinization and fluid-rock alteration processes every day. We share their superb work in a series of free webinars. Interested in the latest insights? Register! Other questions? Contact us here.