Developments In Noble Gas Understanding and Expertise

The DINGUE conference has became the traditional meeting of the noble gas geo/cosmo chemists. During this two days meeting, noble gas geo- and cosmo-chemists are invited to discuss technical and scientific aspects of new noble gas applications to terrestrial and extraterrestrial sciences. This year, the meeting will be in Paris, the week end before the Goldschmidt 2017 (12th and 13th of August), which will be held in Paris. We expect around  80 participants.

The workshop will be held in IPGP (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris) in its amphitheater. the address is 1 rue Jussieu, 75005, PARIS; (subway lines 7, 10, station Jussieu)

Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris

The IPGP amphitheater


A list of the
participants is here.

The final program will be published soon... Here is the preliminary program.

The abstracts can found here (alphabetical order) or here (chronological order)

The meeting will be sited in the amphitheater of IPGP.

Please be aware of the Icebreaker Friday evening, starting 6pm, at IPGP (roof, 6th floor).
Please also note the diner on the roof of IPGP, Saturday evenning.

Pete Burnard Award
During the DINGUE5 meeting, the first Pete Burnard award will be given to an early career scientist who has made a significant technical development for measuring noble gases. The amount of the award is 1000€.

The first Pete Burnard award was given to Julien Amalberti (University of Michigan)

It will be given in the presence of Pete's family, Sunday 13th of August, at 2PM at IPGP.

Scientific committee
Chair : Finlay Stuart (University of Glasgow)
Cecile Gautheron (University of Orsay)
Sujoy Mukhopadhyay (University of California Davis)
Olga Pravditseva (Washington University)
Laurent Zimmermann (CRPG)
Henner Busemann (ETH Zurich)
Manuel Moreira (IPGP)

Pr M. Moreira (IPGP _ Paris, France): moreira at
Dr H. Busemann (ETH Zürich, Switzerland) : henner.busemann at

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Nu Instruments (Cameca)

Previous DINGUE meetings
Dingue 1 in Nancy
Dingue 2 in Paris
Dingue 3 in Florence:
Dingue 4 in Nancy :


Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
1 rue Jussieu
75005, Paris, France