eSTICC stands for “eScience Tools for Investigating Climate Change at High Northern Latitudes” and aims for a more accurate description of the high-latitude feedback processes in the climate system by improving the eScience tools for the climate research community.
Read more about eSTICC here
The course on e-science tools for climate research “Climate science at high latitudes: Modeling and model evaluation” will take place in the Andøya Space Center, Andøya, Norway from 22 October – 2 November 2018.
See the announcement here.
eSTICC is holding a breakout session at the Arctic Circle assembly 2017 in Reykjavik, Iceland. The annual Arctic Circle Assembly is the largest annual international gathering on the Arctic, attended by more than 2000 participants from around 50 countries. It is attended by heads of states and governments, ministers, members of parliaments, officials, experts, scientists, entrepreneurs, business leaders, indigenous representatives, environmentalists, students, activists, media and others from the growing international community of partners and participants interested in the future of the Arctic.
This breakout session presents results from eSTICC on climate change in the Arctic. The session takes place on Saturday, October 14th at 17:30-19:00 in room Hafnarkot on the first floor of Harpa Conference Centre. The talks can be found on the program of the Arctic Circle website and here.
The eSTICC general assembly 2017 took place in Helsinki from 27th to 29th September 2017. Our sister Nordforsk Nordic Center of Excellence EmblA joined us. The final program draft can be found here.
The eSTICC annual meeting 2016 meeting will take place from 5 to 7 October in Stockholm University, Geoscience building, Högbomsalen
To register send an email to Matthias Brakebusch (email@example.com) with cc: to eSTICC secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The program updated on 2016-10-03 is available here
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ACES (Stockholm University) is hosting bi-weekly seminars in biogeochemistry and atmospheric sciences, which are available as live webcasts. To receive announcements of upcoming webinars register your email address here.