Advanced Climate Dynamics Courses (ACDC), supported by CHESS and other agencies, are yearly summer schools organized by the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research (University of Bergen) in collaboration with the University of Washington, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the University of Texas at Austin.
The online application for ACDC 2019 is now open. The summer school will take place at Yosemite Field Station, Yosemite National Park, USA | 22. September – 4. October, 2019. The topic is “The Anthropocene”.
Read the flyer here.
ACDC website and registration. Deadline: 1 April, 2019 (registration closed)
Coordination: Paul Zieger and Paul Glantz (Stockholm University)
Co-organisers and Lecturers: Michael Schulz (University of Oslo/Meteorologisk Institutt), Ilona Riipinen (Stockholm University) and Antti Lauri (University of Helsinki)
Expected number of participants: 20-25 students, lecturers (5) and assistants (5)
Maximum no. of CHESS participants: 6 *Travel costs of CHESS students will be covered by CHESS*
Credit points: 5
This course aims to teach the next generation of scientists to integrate different eScience tools and infrastructures to achieve a more holistic interpretation of the climate system and its components through model and data analysis. The focus of the course is on the application of eScience tools, but applied to climate and air quality research at high northern latitudes. It is the third part of a series of three two-week graduate courses, open to graduate students and early career scientists from the Nordic countries and Europe.
More details and the registration form (deadline: 15th of August 2019) can be found here:
Course leaders: Friederike U. Hoffmann, Research Coordinator at GFI and EU expert evaluator; Nadine Goris, Researcher at NORCE
Time: 13-14 November 2019, 09:00 – 16:30 both days
Credit point: 1 (ECTS)
Maximum number of participants: 12 (participants will be prioritized according to these categories: 1. CHESS member, 2. Member of Bjerknes Center for Climate Research, 3. Participants with own project ideas)
Registration here. Deadline for registration: 6th October
Submitted applicant list
Target group is early career scientists (PhD, Post Doc, young researchers) in climate sciences with little or no experience in proposal writing.
The course will enable you to apply for external funding of your own research. You will learn how to prepare a draft for a successful research project proposal.
Using your own research ideas, you will learn:
– how to plan and structure a draft proposal
– how to develop the different components of the draft proposal
– how to draft a project budget
– where you can apply for funding
The course includes lectures, group work and plenary discussion. During the course, the participants will develop the project ideas of 3 participants into ready-to-use draft proposals.