The Graduate Seminars are thematic intensive seminars, on a focused topic, approached from a multidisciplinary perspective. The seminars are driven by interdepartmental cooperation, and it is expected that they will give rise to medium- and long-term projects involving the participating departments.

- Climate Change Mitigation: Carbon Capture and Utilization | June 22–26, 2020
- Rethinking Manufacturing, Consumption, and Globalization in the Era of Automation | September 9–13, 2019
- Hydrogeophysical inversion and data assimilation for the characterization and monitoring of coastal aquifers | July 1–5, 2019
- How Can the Humanities Save the Planet? | June 10–14, 2019
- Sustainable Social Security | October 8–12, 2018
- Northern Territories and Indigenous Peoples: Comparative perspectives | January 14–19, 2018
- Understanding and Managing Climate Change: Coping with Sea Level Rise | July 10–22, 2017
- Framing Global Change and Green Economy in the Sustainable Development Goals | September 12–16, 2016