Last week, Céline and Mats, the Göteborg’s branch of APECS, organized a great social event for early-career scientists in polar research.
The event put together about 30 participants with diverse background, including a Bachelor student looking for a career outside of Academia, young researchers advertising a PhD position and interns interested in networking.
On 22 September 2016, during the APECS International Polar Week Autumn, we organize an OPEN social and networking event for young scientists with an interest in polar research.
BSc, MSc, PhD, Postdoc and other young scientists are welcome!
Our aim is to get an overview of the polar research taking place in Göteborg and to stimulate interdisciplinary exchange and networking.
The meeting will include oral presentations and a poster session accompanied by ‘fika’. In the evening, you are welcome to join us and continue with an informal social activities and dinner.
So please come and present your research, recycle your old conference poster or just come enjoy a day of polar science.
The event is free of charge, including the fika (but not the dinner).
To sign up, please follow the instruction found here before the 13th September 2016.
Feel free to share the event. The event poster can be downloaded here.
Our logo contest received 16 excellent contributions and the members of the steering committee had a hard time choosing the best.
In the end, the one which received the most votes was a logo designed by Denis Migulin from the International Relations Office of the Russian State Hydrometeorological University.
A pair of events on the 15th March organised by APECS Sweden in collaboration with the artist Hanna Ljungh to celebrate International Polar Week Spring 2016. APECS Sweden are delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with Hanna, and to screen her film I am a mountain, to measure impermanence (see below) in two prestigious locations on the 15th March 2016.
The first screening takes place in the Lilla Hörsalen room at Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm, from 11.00 to 16.30, and is an open, drop-in format where those interested are encouraged to spend as long as they wish watching in real-time the day envelop and develop on Sweden’s iconic summit. During the day APECS Sweden will be on hand to explain the work and also hold popular polar science workshops for school children and others visiting the museum.
Do you have amazing pictures from your polar fieldwork? Do you want to show the others how much fun you had, how cold you were, what a beautiful sunset you saw or how close you got to a penguin?
Share your memories with the APECS International community and if your photo wins, you will get financial contribution for conference travels: 1st Prize (150 Euros); 2nd Prize (100 Euros) and 3rd Prize (50 Euros).
Submit your contribution (up to two photos) by email to email@example.com including:
- Name, affiliation and email address of the photographer
- Where and when the photo was taken? (e.g. Tromsø, Norway, February 2016)
- Permission for APECS to use the picture on its website.
The deadline for submitting a picture will be the 13th of March.