Within the framework of Research Excellence Initiative, out of concern for the comfort of your work, we begin to share Grammarly app with doctoral students of the University of Silesia in Katowice. Grammarly is a practical tool for professional proofreading in English, which has the functionality to highlight spelling, style, grammar and punctuation errors, as well as to suggest the correct version of the analysed text. Use of
The call for the Arctic Field Grant (AFG) for students and researchers collecting data in Svalbard and Jan Mayen is open! The AFG application deadline is 18th of November 2020. More info: https://www.forskningsradet.no/en/svalbard-science-forum/ssf-tools-and-funding-schemes/arctic-field-grant-afg/?fbclid=IwAR0Id3p7oxsm8RSR7wc-R6_NGBaqX6X_2nkOPSBEAVXKIfpAwA4rNAmRObs
53rd inauguration of the academic year at the University of Silesia will take place on 1st October 2020 in the lecture hall of the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Silesia. Faculty of Natural Sciences inaugurates the academic year on Friday, 2nd October 2020 at 10:00. You can watch the online transmission from the ceremony on Facebook as well as YouTube channels: „Uniwersytet Śląski” and „UŚTV”. source: https://us.edu.pl/en/event/53-inauguracja-roku-akademickiego/
Join IEDS Webinar for a chat about PhD projects, IEDS education programme and application process! Registration is required, available at the website: https://www.mssd.us.edu.pl/en/ieds_webinar/ (Aug, 13, 2020, 2 PM UTC+2)
We’d like to congratulate MSc Hedvig Kriszta Csapó that her project has gained founding under PRELUDIUM 18 call. Satisfaction from research and great scientific discoveries! The project title: Newcomers/neo-natives in High Arctic: sources, routes and dynamics of climate change driven colonisations by macroinvertebrate models with varied dispersal potential – a summary of the project: 2019/35/N/NZ8/04023 Congratulations!
SIOS invites abstracts from the Svalbard science community working on applications based on Earth Observation, Remote Sensing and Geoinformation. Deadline to submit abstracts: 24 May 2020 Conference dates: 4-5 June 2020 This conference will provide a broad platform to various regional and Svalbard-wide studies that are being conducted using EO/RS/GI. More: https://sios-svalbard.org/RS_OnlineConference2020
This autumn, SIOS will offer a training course on how to effectively use remote sensing data acquired from satellites, from the air or from the ground, and their associated tools and software in the context of terrestrial research in Svalbard. The course is intended for field scientists, Ph.D. students and technicians with no or little experience with remote sensing techniques. The training will be delivered by remote sensing
Proposed PhD projects have been published on the website: https://www.mssd.us.edu.pl/en/application2020_2021/ We kindly ask you to read our offer and invite you to apply to the International Environmental Doctoral School. Registration of candidates in the OAS system is available to 27 August 2020.