Eventi

The fifth SIOS Polar Night Week (PNW) will take place in Longyearbyen, 23-27 January 2023.

This annual meeting brings the SIOS community together for science seminars, working group meetings and plenary discussions. One of the highlights is the release of newest issue of the State of Environmental Science (SESS) report.

EMBO Practical Course Integrating traditional and molecular approaches in ecology of glacial habitats (ICME)

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This autumn SIOS offers a training course on how to effectively use AI methods in Arctic Earth observation with special focus on research in Svalbard. The goal of the course is to teach participants the basic skills needed to use AI methods with Arctic Earth observation datasets. The training will be delivered by remote sensing experts from SIOS member institutions, international researchers, and experts from the industry. Official Site

Time: 5 - 9 September 2022

 

Call for abstract - The cryosphere and cold region processes in the climate system

Aperte le sottomissioni degli abstract alla sessione UP2.4 The cryosphere and cold region processes in the climate system all'interno della EMS2022 di Bonn (Germania), 4-9 settembre 2022. Scadenza 26 Aprile 2022.


Conveners: Renato R. Colucci (CNR-ISP), Andrea Fischer (Univ. Innsbruck)


EMS 2022 si svolgerà in modalità ibrida (presenza + remoto)

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ICE, SNOW AND WATER IN A WARMING WORLD

August 21–26, 2022 Reykjavík, Iceland

The new Second Circular is now available online.

 

The 13th Conference on Halophilic Microorganisms.  

The International Conference on Halophilic Microorganisms is held every three years to gather the community of scientists working on the different aspects of halophilic microbes, from molecular and cellular biology, to ecology, and biotechnology.

  Official site

The 2nd Climate Observation Conference will be built around topics such as:

- How do global climate observations support climate policies?

- How well do current climate observations support the understanding of climate change and variability?

- Networks and systems – what improvements are needed to better meet user needs?

- Data processing, archiving and stewardship.

The registration page for the conference as well as an invitation for abstracts will be issued in March 2022 and more detail on the programme will be available at that time.

 

The IMC2022 will take place from September 11 – 15 2022 in Innsbruck, Austria. IMC2022 builds upon the previous mountain conferences and aims to continue this scientific conference series exclusively targeted towards mountain-research. Hosted in the Alps, IMC2022 provides an excellent opportunity for experts from different disciplines to discuss mountain-related issues in a cross-disciplinary setting with flexible session formats. The key goals of the conference are to synthesize and enhance our understanding of mountain systems, in particular their response and resilience to global change.

Abstract deadline submission 16 February 2022

ministero Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale
L'Italia e l’Artico
L’Italia e l’Antartide

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