Congratulations to our successful members in our 1st Call for CHESS Activities 2022!

Congratulations to our members who will get funding from CHESS for their proposed activities!

We received 8 proposals in the 1st “Call for CHESS Activities 2022” and 7 of them will get funding from CHESS. We are glad that among these proposals, 2 were initiatives from our student members.

Here are the successful proposals for this round:

Name of proposal Organizer(s)

Max amount granted (NOK)

Bornö Summer School on Ocean Biogeochemistry: Grand Challenges in a Warming World Markus Jochum (Univ. Copenhagen),
Ulysses Ninnemann (UiB)
55 000
Course on studying glacial and periglacial processes using field geomatics techniques Benjamin Robson, Willem van der Bilt (UiB) 148 000
The role of climate scientists in the society – understand to reach out Anna-Marie Strehl (UiB), Britta Schäfer (UiO), Julien Pooya Weihs (UiB), Rebekka Frøystad (UiB), Gaurav Madan (UiO), Thodoris Karpouzoglou (UiT), Lea Belosa (UiO) 145 000
CHESS Workshop on a multidisciplinary perspective to climate and environmental research in the (sub)polar regions Freya Sykes (UiT), Kjersti Konstali (UiB), Anna Bøgh (UNIS) 105 000
Azerbaijan Summer School: Mud volcanism & petroleum systems Adriano Mazzini, (CEED, UiO) 60 000
Floating University – Marine expedition to Barents Sea Adriano Mazzini, (CEED, UiO) 45 000
CHESS Boreal Winter School on: Functioning of Tropical Marine Ecosystems, from Physics to Seabirds Noel Keenlyside (UiB) 155 000