ClimEco: International research training course to take place at UTMN, Tyumen

The research training event as an integral part of the Academy of Finland ClimEco (Mechanisms, pathways and patchiness of the Arctic ecosystem responses and adaptation to changing climate) research project (ClimEco) is planned for 24-29 June 2019 in the Tyumen State University (TSU), Russia. It  is planned in order:

  • to strengthen the collaboration between Finnish and Russian key investigators and corresponding institutes in the frameworks of the project and PEEX;
  • to make a detailed design enabling a longer-term, a top-level research activities in PEEX;
  • to build direct links and to establish student training and short-term exchange between the institutes – the research training week/ course for the University of Tyumen (UTMN) students on seamless/ online integrated meteorology-chemistry-aerosols multi-scale modelling for environmental applications and assessment studies with the Enviro-HIRLAM (Environment – HIgh Resolution Limited Area Model) modelling system (e.g. lecturing and realization of the Small-Scale Research Projects, SSRPs as practical exercises) is to be organized according to the ClimEco plans.

Read full details at the course website in English here or in Russian here.

Dr. Dmitry Gabyshev <d.n.gabyshev(a)utmn.ru> (UTMN) is the key contact person at UTMN for organization/ hosting this training.

If you are interested to participate, please, send e-mail (with contact information and a Motivation Letter /max 1 page) to local the organizers at UTMN – Dr. Dmitriy Gabyshev (d.n.gabyshev(a)utmn.ru) & Alexander Mahura (alexander.mahura(a)helsinki.fi) – until 15 May 2019

UTMN, ClimEco training course

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