Program

During the virtual School, students will have lectures, practicals and networking events led by international experts. To design and realise this innovative virtual format, the organising committee is supported by the team of Mindfully Wired Communications.

The program for the virtual school is available to download. Please scroll down to see further details.

Program download

Program Information

For detailed information, please see the specific sections below.

Schedule

All times are in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Day / Chair
Time
Format / Topic Lecturer
1 / Y. Lehahn
10:00 Welcome C. Marandino
    Plenary / Introduction Greenhouse Gases
L. Pinho
    Plenary / Research Highlight S. Fawcett
    Plenary / Carbon dioxide removal
F. Chai
    Practical / pCO2 and carbon fluxes - Data analysis U. Schuster, M. du Plessis (OASIS) &   T. Steinhoff (ICOS)
    Lightning rounds Students
  14:35 End  
2 / C. Marandino 12:00 Plenary / Introduction Air-Sea Exchange T. Bell
    Plenary / Research Highlight M. v. Pinxerten
    Plenary / Polar L. Miller
    Practical / Remote Sensing S. Gassó, Y. Lehahn
    Lightning rounds Students
  16:35 End  
3 / S. Gassó
11:00 Plenary / Introduction Atmospheric Deposition C. Guieu
    Plenary / Research Highlight M. Perron
    Plenary / Science and society, UN Decade E. v. Doorn
    Practical / Writing workshop J. Males, N. McDonald, H. Landenmark (PLOS)
    Lightning rounds Students
  15:35 End  
4 / K. Altieri 15:00 Plenary / Introduction Aerosols and Clouds J. Ovadnevaite
    Plenary / Research Highlight M. Kanakidou
    Plenary / Upwelling A. Körtzinger
    Practical / Science and the media with presentation instruction
L. Nasser, E. Saltzman & V. Garçon
    Lightning rounds Students
  19:35 End  
5 / M. Dai 07:00 Plenary / Introduction Atmospheric chemistry M. T. Latif
    Plenary / Research Highlight L. Tinel
    Plenary / Indian Ocean
A. Mahajan
    Practical / Modeling K. Altieri & P. Suntharalingam
    Lightning rounds Students
  11:35 End / Closing and farewell  

Details on the different formats
Plenary includes 5 min. (or less) for questions after each talk and 5 min. (or more) for open discussion at the end. There will be 10 min. of breaks.
Practicals will be held in groups of 10 or more students and are structured into a 30 min. introduction section and a 45 min. group work section. There will be 10 min. for breaks.
Lightning rounds take place daily and consist of one-minute poster pitches. Each day, 12 to 13 students will present a one-minute poster presentation.

Download the schedule as PDF here.

Lecturers, Chairs and Practical Leaders
Christa Marandino -School Director-
GEOMAR, DE
Website
Katye Altieri
Uni of Cape Town, ZA
Website
Tom Bell
Thomas Bell
Plymouth Marine Laboratory, GB
Website
Fei Chai
Second Institute of Oceanography, CN
Website
Minhan Dai
MEL, CN
Website
Erik van Doorn
WSI Uni Kiel, DE
Website
Sarah Fawcett
Uni of Cape Town, ZA
Website
Véronique Garçon
LEGOS, CNRS, FR
Website
LEGOS website
Santiago Gassó
Uni of Maryland/NASA, US
Website
Cécile Guieu
Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, FR
Website
Maria Kanakidou
Uni of Crete, GR
Website
Arne Körtzinger
GEOMAR, DE
Website
Hanna Landenmark
PLOS, GB
Website
Mohd Talib Latif
The National Uni of Malaysia, MY
Website
Yoav Lehahn
Uni of Haifa, IL
Website
Anoop Mahajan
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, IN
Website
Jamie Males
PLOS, GB
Website
Natasha McDonald
PLOS, BM
Website
Lisa Miller
Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans, CA
Website
Latif Nasser
WNYC's Radiolab, US
Website
Jurgita Ovadnevaite
National Uni of Ireland, IE
Website
Morgane Perron
Uni of Tasmania, AU-TAS
Website
Luana Pinho
Rio de Janeiro State Uni, BR
Website
Manuela van Pinxerten
TROPOS, DE
Website
Marcel du Plessis (OASIS)
Uni of Gothenburg, SE
Website
OASIS website
Eric Saltzman
UC Irvine, US
Website
Ute Schuster (OASIS)
Uni of Exeter, GB
Website
Group website
Tobias Steinhoff (ICOS)
GEOMAR, DE
Website
ICOS website
Parv Suntharalingam
Uni of East Anglia, GB
Website
Liselotte Tinel
IMT Lille Douai, FR
Website

 

Student tasks

Please note that the school requires a good internet connection, especially for the practical work.

As part of your commitment to the school, we ask you to complete the following before attending the Summer School:

  • Scientific poster
    A scientific poster describing your research topic (poster formats can be traditional or very creative in Whova – this we leave to your discretion).

  • Oral presentation (1 min)
    This is for the lightning round at the end of each day. You should describe your poster in one minute for the entire group. There will be 12-13 per day.

  • Whova profile
    Please make your own space on the Whova platform following the guidelines sent by Mindfully Wired. This will allow other students, as well as the lecturers, practical leaders, and organizers, to get to know you and to interact with you.

  • Participation in contests
    We have not finalized the contests we will offer yet, but we encourage you to join when we do. They will sometimes be about scientific content and sometimes about creativity. This is a great opportunity to network and win prizes. Some possibilities are a photo contest and poster prize.

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