Announcement of the 4th ICOS Summer School on Challenges in GHG measurements and modelling
To be held in Hyytiälä, Finland, 24 May - 2 June 2017
The 4th ICOS Summer School (previously known as InGOS/TTorch Summer School) "Challenges in measurements of greenhouse gases and their interpretation" will again be held in 2017 at Hyytiälä field station in Finland. The school will be organized in four sections:
- Ecosystem fluxes and measurements
- Atmospheric composition and measurements (in-situ and remote sensing)
- Modeling of the global climate, carbon cycle, atmospheric transport and chemistry
- Data management and cloud ('big data') methods
The last two sections will each include a practical session.
Lecturers include: Christoph Gerbig, Martin Heimann, Maarten Krol, Wouter Peters, Anders Lindroth, Greet Maenhout and Timo Vesala.
Costs and funding: Most of the costs (accommodation, catering, organization and lectures) will be covered from ICOS and RINGO project funds. Participants will have to arrange their own travel to/from Helsinki, Finland.
Who can participate: The school is mainly oriented to PhD students, but a number of PostDocs and master students preparing to start a Doctorate will be accepted. The school is also open to staff working at ICOS stations that would like to deepen or refresh their knowledge on the subject. The scope of the Summer School is of course closely related to the European Research Infrastructure ICOS, and related H2020 projects ENVRI+ , COOP+ and RINGO, the latter providing training for scientists from countries that are aiming to join ICOS. Completion of this Summer School will deliver you 7 ECTS credit points).
How to apply:
The application is closed. We received 57 applications and will only have room for 35 students. Candidates will be selected by a small committee and the results will be made known by 1 March 2017.
The application deadline was 1 February 2017.