Bolin centre first summerschool on Arctic Climate 2009, held at Abisko Scientific Research Station.

Education at the Bolin Centre

The Climate Research School organizes interdisciplinary climate related courses to masters and PhD students within the Bolin Centre. A summer school focusing at a specific research topic are given regularly every year. Financial support allows PhD-students to participate in conferences, field courses and workshops.

In Swedish | Bolincentret erbjuder även klimatfortbildning för lärare i from av kostnadsfri heldagsfortbildning. Håll utkik här för höstens datum som annonseras snart.

 

Highlights

Course on e-science tools for climate research
"Climate Scienceat high latitudes: Modeling and model evaluation" | Oct–Nov

More information

The Geoscience Section PhD Course on Research Ethics
October 3rd–17st
See 1st Call

2018 Summer School on Arctic Climate
August 27th–31st
Download 2st announcement (updated May 7 2018)

Registration form
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The PhD students at NG organize a course on transdisciplinary research for sustainability partly by financial support of climate research school. The overarching aim of the course is to learn about place-based transdisciplinary research for sustainability. The learning components will include:

1) Ten seminars (two hours per session) at SU or connected online (running from March to May): as an introduction to transdisciplinary research, as well as to explore how to design, plan, and carry out a transdisciplinary research project. The course structure will be closely integrated with the parallel discussion and development of a transdisciplinary research project, to be carried out in the local context of Navarino Environmental Observatory (NEO), in Southwestern Messinia (Costa Navarino), engaging the community and researchers in the area.

2) Eight fulltime work days of practical fieldwork at Navarino Environmental Observatory (NEO), in Southwestern Messinia (Costa Navarino) (October 2018). This will allow the participants to apply the theoretical knowledge and train research skills in a real-world context. The local community in SW Messinia is central to the development and execution of the course, since NEO can provide an active platform for common discussions between the researchers and actors in the region.

Are you interested in participating or for more information please contact Marie Schellens This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Therese Bennich This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The introduction seminar is already on Tues 6th of Mar, at NG/online.

Bolin Centre for Climate Research
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