23 May, the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat organises a workshop on future Antarctic research. The workshop is held at Geovetarcentrum in Gothenburg. Please register by 14 May. If you are unable to participate, but still want to contribute, you can submit your comments by a survey.
Five organisations have announced opportunities for early-career researchers who are active in in fields such as climate, biodiversity, conservation, humanities and astrophysics research.
Abstract submission for the XIII International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, ISAES 2019, is open until 31 March 2019.
The Swedish Polar Research Secretariat’s operational support is granted to Swedish researchers to collect data and samples in the Arctic and in Antarctica. Applications are continuously accepted throughout the year.
The Swedish Polar Research Secretariat invites proposals from the Swedish science community to participate in the Ryder 2019 expedition to northwest Greenland in August–September 2019. Deadline for applications is 31 January 2019.
The Swedish Research Council’s participation in ECORD gives Swedish scientists the opportunity to join International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) expeditions. Here’s a schedule for upcoming expeditions.
Be a part of a new thematic programme at Abisko Scientific Research Station. The Swedish Polar Research Secretariat now calls for proposals to conduct integrated research on the theme Global Change and Sustainability in the Abisko region of northern Sweden. Application deadline is 1 February 2019.
It’s time for this year’s Polarforum. The annual interdisciplinary meeting on Swedish polar research has been held in Stockholm in recent years, but this autumn, Polarforum takes place in Gothenburg.
The icebreaker Oden and the Arctic Ocean 2018 research expedition is currently moored at a large ice floe approximately 89°30’N. Here you can follow the research work on board in blogs and social media.
31 July sees the start of the Swedish-American research expedition Arctic Ocean 2018. Forty researchers from all over the world will be based and work on board the Swedish icebreaker Oden whilst moored to a moving ice floe. The overall theme of the expedition is the formation of clouds. Clouds play a very important role in the Arctic climate but how are they affected by the microbiological life in and beneath the ice?