DEEPICE at IPICS 2022

DEEPICE at IPICS 2022

DEEPICE PhD students will attend IPICS Conference in Crans Montana. On the 2nd of October, they will participate in the workshop organised by the network ICYS (Ice Core Young Scientists).

They will also present their during the IPICS Conference (see DEEPICE program below, and the full program here).

DEEPICE network will also meet on the 3rd of October for the 2nd annual meeting of the project.

Call for application: DEEPICE Summer school on modelling and statistics – September 2022, 19-23, Bremerhaven (Germany)

Call for application: DEEPICE Summer school on modelling and statistics – September 2022, 19-23, Bremerhaven (Germany)

22 June 2022

In the framework of the DEEPICE project, a summer school on modelling and statistics sciences will be organized in Bremerhaven, Germany in September 2022 (19-23th).

The DEEPICE Summer school will focus on statistical and modelling tools for the interpretation of ice-cores (2 ECTS) with theoretical courses and exercises. It is aimed at PhD students who are involved in ice core climate record interpretation.

The school will include courses on:            

  • Time-series analysis in the time and spectral domain
  • Climate dynamics on glacial-interglacial time scales
  • Introduction into Earth System models 
  • Introduction to carbon cycle modelling
  • Introduction into ice dynamics

5 places are available for external students. Applications are now open until the 22nd of July 2022.

In order to apply, please visit the dedicated page.

DEEPICE PhD students at EGU2022

DEEPICE PhD students at EGU2022

Several DEEPICE PhD students will present their research work at the next EGU General Assembly in May 2022 (in Vienna and online). See details below.

AS3.1 – Aerosol Chemistry and Physics (General Session), room F1 on Tuesday, 24 May 2022, 11:32 CEST:

EGU22-8494
Chemical Analysis of Organic Aerosol Particles and Nanoplastics Deposited on Alpine Glaciers
by Hanne Notø et al.

CR2.7 – From climate to ice core proxy signal and reverse – primary and secondary signal formation processes, room 1.15/16 on Tuesday, 24 May 2022, 13:56 CEST

EGU22-4226
Optimization of ’cold’ laser ablation sampling for water isotopic analysis on ice cores
by Eirini Malegiannaki, Vasileios Gkinis, Carlo Barbante, and Dorthe Dahl-Jensen 

CR3.1 – Modelling and measuring snow processes across scales, room 1.15/16 on Tuesday, 24 May 2022, 15:28 CEST:

EGU22-9092
Investigating the influence of local insolation on near-surface snow grain properties to constrain the mechanisms of pore close-off and associated elemental fractionation in polar firn
by Romilly Harris Stuart et al.

CL1.2.5 – The state-of-the-art in ice coring sciences, Room 0.14 on Thursday 26th of May 2022, 14:12 CEST

EGU22-5519
Estimating the diffusion in the deepest section of the Dome-C ice core using a new statistical method
by Fyntan Shaw, Thomas Laepple, Torben Kunz, Vasileios Gkinis, and Dorthe Dahl-Jensen

DEEPICE 1st annual meeting and Mid Term Meeting: 17-18 March 2022

DEEPICE 1st annual meeting and Mid Term Meeting: 17-18 March 2022

DEEPICE 1st annual meeting and Mid-Term Meeting will take place in Copenhengan and online, on the 17th and 18th of March 2022.

DEEPICE PhD students, together with other early stage researchers, will also participate to the Ice Core Analysis Techniques (ICAT) PhD School, in Copenhagen, as well as a one-week training school on snow sciences with many field activities, in Finse (Norway). This will be the first of the three DEEPICE training schools. 

One PhD position in structural glaciology at AWI available within DEEPICE project

One PhD position in structural glaciology at AWI available within DEEPICE project

ESR 7 PhD position is reopened for recruitment.

The Alfred Wegener Institute is looking for a PhD student to work on Microstructure and Air Inclusions in polar ice and to take part to the Innovative Training Network DEEPICE.

Applications are now open until the 15th of February 2022.

Apply on AWI website here.

More information about ESR 7 PhD project here.

Call for application: DEEPICE Winter school on snow sciences – March 2022, 20-26, Finse (Norway)

Call for application: DEEPICE Winter school on snow sciences – March 2022, 20-26, Finse (Norway)

12 November 2021

In the framework of the DEEPICE project, a winter school on snow-process sciences will be organized in Finse (Norway) in March 2022 (20-26).

The school will focus on snow-process sciences with theoretical and practical courses and exercises. It is aimed at PhD students who are involved in ice core climate record interpretation (and therefore will come after ICAT training school).

6 places are available for external students. Applications are now open until the 12th of December 2021.

In order to apply, please visit the dedicated page.