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Immo Trinks

geophysicist

Immo Trinks, German, British geophysicist. Achievements include research in timelapse General Practice Residency; seismic travel-time tomography; archaeological prospection; rock art recording. Scholar, Selwyn College, 1999, LITHOS studentship, LITHOS, Department Earth Science, Cambridge University, 1999—2004.

Background

Trinks, Immo was born on October 10, 1972 in Bonn, Germany. Son of Uwe Hanno Trinks and Ursula Maria Roepke.

Education

Diploma in Geophysics, Christian-Albrechts University, 1999. Doctor of Philosophy in Geophysics, Cambridge University, 2004.

Career

Research associate Bullard Laboratories, Cambridge University, England, 2004. Senior research associate Durham University, England, 2004—2005. Archaeological prospectian officer Swedish National Heritage Board, Stockholm, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in timelapse General Practice Residency. Seismic travel-time tomography. Archaeological prospection.

    Rock art recording.

Membership

Member of European Association Geoscientists and Engineers, International Society Archaeol. Prospection, Society Exploration Geophysicists.

Connections

Life partner Emmanouella Chatzidaki.

father:
Uwe Hanno Trinks

mother:
Ursula Maria Roepke