List of upcoming and past DEEPICE events.
DEEPICE 1st annual meeting & Mid Term meeting
DEEPICE 1st annual meeting will take place on March, 17th 2022. Annual meetings enable DEEPICE participants to discuss the progress of the project and to interact with each other. They are also a platform for exchanges with the non-academic partners.
DEEPICE Mid Term meeting will be organised on March, 18th 2022. This meeting consists in a constructive dialogue between the network participants and the REA (Research Exective Agency) Project Officer. The scope of the meeting is to assess the fulfilment of all DEEPICE project’s aspects (scientific, training, management, networking, etc.).
🗓 March 17-18
DEEPICE Training school 1: Instrumental techniques and ice-core data acquisition
DEEPICE 1st training school will be focusing on instrumental techniques and ice-core data acquisition.The training school will be organised in 2 parts.
During the first part of the training school, DEEPICE ESRs will participate to the annual ICAT training school (Ice Core Analysis Techniques) which will take place at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen. It will offer the participants a detailed introduction to the variety of climate and geophysical information that can be obtained from ice cores.
The second part will be organised by DEEPICE scientists and will take place at Finse Alpine Research Center in Norway. It will aim at giving early stage researchers a a background for how to plan and execute field work related to snow and ice core research, as well as an introduction to instrumental measures through practical demonstration.
ICAT training school and DEEPICE – Finse training school are open to external students.
🗓 March 14-26
DEEPICE Kick-off meeting
DEEPICE Kick-off meeting will gather for the first DEEPICE early stage researchers (ESRs) and the scientists involved in the project.
The first day will be dedicated to presentations of DEEPICE activities and ESRs PhD projects, as well as networking.
The second day will be dedicated to training activities (course on data management and conference on ethical aspects of field missions in Antarctica).