Program

During the Summer School, students will receive their lectures in both plenary format and in parallel sessions. Hands-on practicals, including a research cruise, are also included in the schedule.

The Summer School Program is being finalized and will be presented here shortly. Please scroll down for the current draft of the program.

Program download (coming soon...)

Program Information

The program is being finalized and will be presented here shortly.
Subjects to be covered include:
- The living component of the coupled ocean-atmosphere system
- Introduction to atmospheric physics and chemistry
- The global carbon, iron, and nitrogen cycles
- Remote sensing in support of SOLAS science
- Air sea exchange of gases and aerosols
- Climate change versus climate variability
- Introduction to atmospheric modelling
- Geoengineering
- The sea surface microlayer
- Ethics in science
- Polar regions
- Upwelling regions

 

Schedule

The schedule is being finalized. Please check the website regularly for updates.

Day - Date Time Topic Lecturer
Day 0 - 6 June - Arrival and registration  
Day 1 - 7 June 9:00 Welcome/SOLAS and Summer School Intro tba
  9:30 Insprational talk tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Plenary lecture tba
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Plenary lecture tba
  15:30 Health break  
  16:00 Plenary lecture tba
  17:00 Posters I  
  19:00 End  
Day 2 - 8 June 8:30 Plenary lecture tba
  9:30 Plenary lecture tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Plenary lecture tba
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Plenary lecture tba
  15:30 Health break  
  16:00 Plenary lecture tba
  17:00 Posters II  
  19:00 End  
Day 3 - 9 June 8:30 Plenary lecture tba
  9:30 Plenary lecture tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Plenary lecture tba
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Practical briefing tba
  15:30 Health break  
  16:00 Plenary lecture tba
  17:00 Posters III  
  19:00 End  
Day 4 - 10 June - Practicals  
Day 5 - 11 June - Practicals  
Day 6 - 12 June - Practicals and BBQ  
Day 7 - 13 June - Rest day  
Day 8 - 14 June 8:30 Parallel sessions tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Parallel sessions tba
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Parallel sessions tba
  15:30 Health break  
  16:00 Parallel sessions tba
  18:00 Parallel sessions tba
  19:00 End  
Day 9 - 15 June 8:30 Parallel sessions tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Parallel sessions tba
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Parallel sessions tba
  15:30 Health break  
  16:00 Parallel sessions tba
  18:00 Parallel sessions tba
  19:00 End  
Day 10 - 16 June 8:30 Parallel sessions tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Student orals  
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Student orals  
  16:00 Student orals (with breaks)  
  19:00 End  
Day 11 - 17 June 8:30 Parallel sessions tba
  10:30 Health break  
  11:00 Parallel sessions tba
  12:00 Lunch  
  14:30 Parallel sessions tba
  15:30 Health break  
  16:00 Parallel sessions tba
  18:00 Prizes, end message, thank yous tba
  19:00 End  
Day 12 - 18 June - Everyone leaves  

Download the schedule as PDF here (coming soon...)

Practicals
 
Air-sea flux measurements

Laboratory

Modelling

Oral and written communication

Remote sensing

Research cruise

 

This page will be updated soon with descriptions of the practicals and names of the leaders. Please check the website regularly for updates.

Lecturers

Lecturers will be updated soon... Please check the website regularly for updates.

Student tasks

As part of the commitment of a successful applicant, you are expected to complete the following before attending the Summer School, and bring the relevant items with you:

  • Oral presentation (4 min presentation + 1 min questions)
    A PowerPoint presentation detailing your topic's background, research method and findings, if you have any. This should last no more than FOUR minutes allowing an additional one minute of questions in your allocated five minute slot.

  • Scientific poster
    A scientific poster describing your research topic (poster format MUST be A0 portrait - landscape posters will not be accepted).

  • Academic paper (optional)
    If you have a paper in preparation, bring it with you as there maybe several opportunities to imporve it during practicals and parallel sessions.

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