If you are in your first three years of a permanent academic position, please apply to join us for a multi-day workshop in a stimulating and resource-rich environment where you will participate in sessions on topics including effective teaching strategies, course design, establishing a research program in a new setting, working with research students, balancing professional and personal responsibilities, and time management.
The school will be the second in the series of summer schools to be organised from 2016 to 2018 under the Jean-Monnet project “Systems for monitoring and responses to early warnings — EU experience for Russia”.
The School faculty includes the resident faculty of Siberian Federal University and guests from Hungary, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden (the list of faculty will be published in the late February).
The World Climate Research Program (WCRP), jointly with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), announces a call for abstracts for the Regional Sea Level Changes and Coastal Impacts Conference.
The International Scientific Committee of Antarctic Research (SCAR) Biology symposia were initiated in 1973 with the purpose of bringing fundamental and applied scientists together with an interest in Antarctic terrestrial and marine life sciences, including man. Symposium themes under consideration include: Distribution and trends; Adaptation and processes; New insights through multi-disciplinary research; Threats and impacts: from the poles to the globe to the poles; Societal impact of Antarctic biological science; Human biology at the poles.
The main goal of the Joint Summer School 2017 is to provide participants with innovative practical and methodological skills to characterise complex terrain and objects using close-, near range and remote sensing techniques. The Summer School will be the second edition after a successful first version in 2015.
The University of the Arctic Thematic Network on Permafrost offers an International Permafrost Summer Field School in Fairbanks Alaska. We welcome senior bachelor and graduate students, who are interested in obtaining an overall knowledge about permafrost.
The cryosphere is the part of the Earth system consisting of all snow, ice and frozen ground, both on and beneath the surface of the Earth, and the oceans. As an integral part of the climate system, the cryosphere responds the quickest to, and is the most representative of, global climate change. It also impacts both bio and anthropogenic systems on different spatial and temporal scales. The theme of this workshop “Cryospheric Change and Sustainable Development” is to improve our understanding of changes in all components of the cryosphere and their interdependence and causes.
Organizers announce a call for abstracts for the 21st Northern Research Basins (NRB) Symposium and Workshop entitled, "Cold-region hydrology in non-stationary world."
Climate and landscape changes are causing the transformation of hydrological cycle in Arctic regions, with major impacts on society. The
21st NRB workshop will address the issues of hydrological research in cold regions, both in fundamental scientific and applied aspects,
including the studies of snow, glaciers, permafrost, frozen ground, groundwater, seasonally frozen rivers, and lakes.
Arctic politics and governance in times of global interests and challenges
Tue, 08/08/2017 to Fri, 08/11/2017
The Nordic Political Science Association (NoPSA) and the Department of Political Science and Public Management at the University of Southern Denmark are pleased to invite you to NoPSA’s XVIII Political Science Congress.
The XVIII Nordic Political Science Congress will be held at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Denmark.
In line with previous NoPSA congresses, we expect to host 33-35 workshops, allowing scholars working in a broad range of themes to engage in substantive discussions around their current research and possibly establish collaborations.