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)
|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|