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PEEX BENCHMARKED COURSES

May 2020 – Training school on Atmospheric observations of aerosols, clouds and trace gases
May 2020 – Training school on Atmospheric observations of aerosols, clouds and trace gases The University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR) within the framework of the European research infrastructure ACTRIS, as well as iLEAPS, PEEX, the National ATM-DP Doctoral Program, the Nordic Graduate School “Biosphere-Carbon-Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions” (CBACCI) and Nordic Master’s Degree Program “Atmosphere-Biosphere-Studies” (ABS) organizers training school on "Atmospheric observations of aerosols, clouds and trace gases" (May 15-22, 2020 at Hyytiälä forestry field station, Finland). This is an advanced course on atmospheric observations of aerosols, clouds and trace gases. The topics covered on the course include: in-situ measurements of aerosol concentration, size distribution, optical properties and chemical composition, measurement of reactive trace gases, ice nuclei and clouds as well as remote sensing of trace gases, aerosols and clouds. The students are expected to learn to understand the basic principles behind each measurement method, to know the most important instrumentation (including their advantages and limitations), and to discuss current research questions in the field. We will also address issues related to data management, data analysis and integration of different observations. The 5 ECTS course consists of lectures given by different experts, group work, poster presentation, visit to SMEAR II measurement station and a final report written after the course.See more details.For further information, please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
August 2020 (postponed 2021) – Hyytiälä Summer Course – Formation and Growth of Atmospheric Aerosols
August 2020 (postponed 2021) – Hyytiälä Summer Course – Formation and Growth of Atmospheric Aerosols Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR) of University of Helsinki organizes, together with collaborators, the summer school ‘Formation and Growth of Atmospheric Aerosols’ on 10-19 August 2020 at the Hyytiälä SMEAR II station, in southern Finland. The course is aimed for PhD students and advanced MSc students in atmospheric sciences and is worth 5 ECTS. The topics covered in the course include, for example, the dynamics of atmospheric aerosols, the formation and growth of aerosol particles, climate and air quality effects of aerosol particles, and gas-phase chemistry related to aerosol formation. The main teachers of the course are Prof. Markku Kulmala and PhD Jenni Kontkanen. In addition, there will be several invited lecturers from INAR and other institutes. The course consists of lectures and exercises and there will be an exam at the end of the course. The course also includes a visit to the SMEAR II station and recreational events such as sauna, swimming, and excursions. The course fee is 1600 EUR. It covers all academic and social program during the course, accommodation and meals in Hyytiälä, and transportation between Helsinki and Hyytiälä. For doctoral students of University of Helsinki, the fee is covered by ATM-DP Doctoral Programme. For master students of ABS network universities (http://www.atm.helsinki.fi/ABS/structure/sites.html), part of the fee is covered by the ABS network. More details on the course program and registration will be provided in April.For further information, please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
June 2017 – Research Training Course – Online integrated meteorology-chemistry-aerosols modelling
The University of Helsinki (UHEL) in collaboration with the Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU) organizers research training course on online integrated meteorology-chemistry-aerosols modelling to be held at the RSHU (26 Jun – 1 Jul 2017, St.Petersburg, Russia). The course content included the lecturing on advantages of on-line/ seamless modelling; Enviro-HIRLAM model schematics, structure, components, downscaling, collaboration, research and development, science education, dissemination, new products and applications; urban areas and their characteristics, urban boundary layer, approaches and treatment of land-cover/use and urbanization of the models; urban lands, urban districts in metropolitan areas: classification and characteristics; global aerosol cycles, aerosols feedbacks, emissions, aerosol microphysics and implementation in the models; examples of the model applications for Copenhagen, Paris, Shanghai and their metropolitan areas (from completed research projects), computational requirements and resources for operational runs. The lecturing also included a series of educational lectures on the monitoring of the ECMWF forecast system; group velocity thinking (in contrast to PV-thinking); statistical verification and validation of NWP systems; Kalman filtering of operational NWP; Bayesian statistics; Coriolis force and Coriolis effect; questions of concern and importance for dynamical meteorology. See more information. 
June 2019 - Summer School 2019 – First Steps in Biosphere-Atmosphere Modelling
The University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (UHEL-INAR) and the Lund University (LU) are pleased to announce the intensive course "First steps in Biosphere-Atmosphere Modelling" to be held at the Lund University (10-20 June 2019; Lund, Sweden). During the course, everyone will program an atmospheric boundary layer model with chemistry and aerosol dynamics, including: equations of flow for the atmospheric boundary layer with the first order turbulence closure, 1D column model and numerical solution, emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) from vegetation, modelling of chemical kinetics by systems of differential equations, deposition of aerosols and numerical solutions for aerosol formation and growth. See more information. 
June 2019 – Research Training Course - Seamless / Online Integrated Meteorology-Chemistry-Aerosols Multi-Scale and –Processes Modelling
The University of Helsinki (UHEL), the Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR), the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), and the University of Tyumen (UTMN) are jointly organizing the research training course “Seamless / Online Integrated Meteorology-Chemistry-Aerosols Multi-Scale and -Processes Modelling” (24-29 June, Tyumen, Russia). See announcement and summary of the course. The training included: lecturing with respect to theoretical and practical aspects of the Enviro-HIRLAM modelling system (with focus on research and development). The theoretical aspects included: weather modelling in European community; advantages/ shortcomings of on-line vs. off-line approaches; model structure, downscaling, components, schematics; specific features of urban areas and modules/ parameterizations for urbanization; land-cover and land-use classification and datasets; statistics on urban lands; modelling results – meteorology and atmospheric composition - with/without modules implemented; model in other projects and applications. The practical aspects included: introduction into Small-Scale Research Projects, SSRPs (with background discussions); analysis of meteorological situations for selected cases/ dates; technical aspects of modelling and modules implementation; model runs for selected dates/cases; visualization of model output/ results and analysis of impact on meteorology and atmospheric composition; and finally - oral presentations with defence of SSRPs. 
October 2019 - Hyytiälä Autumn School 2019 – Analysis of Atmosphere-Surface Interactions and Feedbacks
The University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (UHEL-INAR), is proud to announce the intensive course “Analysis of atmosphere-surface interactions and feedbacks” to be held in Hyytiälä, Finland on 14–25 October 2019. The course consists of lectures and hands-on exercises, with the main emphasis placed on intensive group work and final report written after the course. The course is aimed at Master and PhD students in atmospheric and biospheric sciences. During the course the students will utilize aerosol, air ion, trace gas, meteorological and eco-physiological data measured at the SMEAR II and other field stations in order to learn advanced data treatment and data analysis methods. See more information. 
March 2020 - Hyytiälä Winter School 2020 - Advanced Analysis of Atmosphere-Surface Interactions and Feedbacks
The University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (UHEL-INAR) is pleased to announce the intensive course "Advanced analysis of atmosphere-surface interactions and feedbacks" to be held at the Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station (2-13 March, 2020; Hyytiälä, Finland). The course is based on intensive work in small groups, utilizing advanced programming tools for statistical analysis (e.g. MATLAB, Python, R). This course in particular has the following main topic: Trends of atmospheric and ecosystem parameters in the boreal forest over the past 25 years. See more information.   
Jul-Aug 2020 (postponed Jul-Aug 2021) – Young Scientist Summer School
Jul-Aug 2020 (postponed Jul-Aug 2021) – Young Scientist Summer School on “Multi-Scales and Processes Integrated Modelling, Observations and Assessment for Environmental Applications” The University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (UHEL-INAR) in collaboration with the Moscow State University (MSU) and the University of Tyumen (UTMN) organizes the young scientist summer school (YSSS) on “Multi-Scales and Processes Integrated Modelling, Observations and Assessment for Environmental Applications” (27 Jul – 7 Aug 2020, Moscow, Russia). YSSSchool Aim: introduce young generation of researchers to special topics in atmospheric and environmental sciences, Earth system modelling approaches and applications. During the school, participants will learn about the current progress and challenges in Earth system research; meteorological, hydrological and atmospheric composition modelling and observations (including ground-based and remote-sensing); and modern technologies for environmental studies and assessments (including health impacts). The programme will consist of theoretical lectures and practical exercises (to be accomplished by students as small-scale research projects ending with presentation of the project results). YSSSchool Programme: Block 1 - Current progress and challenges in earth system research (atmosphere-hydrosphere-biosphere) Block 2 - Modelling (earth system, numerical weather prediction, atmospheric chemical transport, seamless online integrated, atmospheric boundary layer) and specific challenges Block 3 - Chemistry (gas, liquid) and aerosols (properties, dynamics, chemistry, micro-physics, interactions) Block 4 - Emissions, data assimilation, models evaluation Block 5 - Ground-based and remote sensing observations; EU and Russian strategies for hydro-meteorological, ecosystems and atmospheric composition monitoring; SMEAR stations; measurements for atmospheric composition, ecosystems, meteorological, hydrological, urban scale Block 6 - GIS technologies in environmental sciences; environmental (land, water, terrestrial ecosystems) and human health assessments Practical Exercises - Small-Scale Research Projects (SSRP) Apply for YSSS (deadline 31 March 2020) at http://worldslargerivers.boku.ac.at/wlr/index.php/ysss.html Send your application package (Motivation Letter, CV & publication list) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. YSSSchool Materials: Announcement Programme List of students-participants (coming in end April 2020) Info-Poster on Seamless Multi-Scale and –Processes Modelling Booklet of YSSS lectures’ abstracts/ summaries (coming in July 2020) Brief descriptions of the models: EC-Earth short description (see also https://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/10.1175/2010BAMS2877.1) Enviro-HIRLAM short description (see also https://www.geosci-model-dev.net/10/2971/2017) MALTE-Box short description (see also: https://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/6/4499/2006) Student WorkBooks (SWB) for SSRPs:SWB for EC-Earth SSRPs (coming in June 2020)SWB for Enviro-HIRLAM (coming in June 2020)SWB for MALTE-Box (coming in June 2020)  
April 2020 (postponed Nov-Dec 2020) - PEEX-AC research training intensive course
April 2020 (postponed Nov-Dec 2020) - PEEX-AC research training intensive course on “Multi-Scales and -Processes Modelling and Assessment for Environmental Applications” The University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (UHEL-INAR) in collaboration with the Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU) organizes research training intensive course on “Multi-Scales and -Processes Modelling and Assessment for Environmental Applications” (20-25 April 2020, St. Petersburg, Russia). Course Aim: to introduce young generation of researchers to special topics in atmospheric & environmental sciences, Earth system modelling approaches and applications. During the intensive course, participants will learn about the current progress and challenges in multi-scales & –processes modelling for Earth system research; meteorological/ climate and atmospheric composition modelling and models evaluation. The programme will consist of theoretical lectures & practical exercises (to be accomplished by students as small-scale research projects ending with presentation of the project results). Course Content: Lecturing: aspects of modeling (numerical weather prediction, Earth system, climate, ensemble, atmospheric chemical transport, online integrated, processed-based; numerical schemes, physiographical data) and specific challenges; atmospheric boundary layer and dispersion and removal processes; atmospheric gas- and liquid-phase chemistry; aerosols properties, chemistry and microphysics; aerosols – cloud –radiation interactions; chemical and meteorological data assimilation; evaluation of models and verification. Practicing: practical exercises as Small-Scale Research Projects (SSRP) on selected research topics to be accomplished by groups of students led by teachers (EC-Earth – Risto Makkonen, Enviro-HIRLAM – Alexander Mahura, MALTE-Box – Michael Boy). Main items of SSRP includes: Introduction with background discussions; Analysis of meteorological situations; Learning practical technical aspects on modelling; Performing model simulations; Visualization of results; Evaluation of possible impact on temporal-spatial variability of simulated meteorological and chemical fields; Team presentation on results and findings. Course materials: Announcement Programme List of students-participants Info-Poster on Seamless Multi-Scale and –Processes Modelling Brief descriptions of the models: EC-Earth short description (see also https://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/10.1175/2010BAMS2877.1) Enviro-HIRLAM short description (see also https://www.geosci-model-dev.net/10/2971/2017) MALTE-Box short description (see also: https://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/6/4499/2006) Student WorkBooks (SWB) for Small-Scale Research Projects (SSRP):SWB for EC-Earth - "Climate modeling: EC-Earth and CMIP6 datasets"SWB for Enviro-HIRLAM - "Metropolitan Areas: Influence on Meteorology and Atmospheric Composition"SWB for MALTE-Box - "Physical and chemical model study on the formation and growth of secondary organic aerosols"  
Autumn School 2018
Autumn School 2018 - Analysis of atmosphere-surface interactions and feedbacks, Hyytiälä 8th-19th October 2018.  University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Reseach, INAR, is proud to announce the intensive course 'Analysis of atmosphere-surface interactions and feedbacks' to be held in Hyytiälä, Finland on 8th–19th October, 2018. The course is based on intensive work in small groups, with MATLAB being the main tool for statistical analysis. This year’s main topic is effect of drought on biogeochemical cycles at SMEAR stations. The responsible teachers are prof. Timo Vesala, prof. Jaana Bäck and university lecturer Taina Ruuskanen. Registeration by 17th September by filling in the online form elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/90308/lomake.html. More information available on webpage https://www.helsinki.fi/en/inar-institute-for-atmospheric-and-earth-system-research/education/training-courses.  
14th School on Atmospheric Aerosol Physics
14th School on Atmospheric Aerosol Physics, Measurement, and Sampling, Hyytiälä 11-18 May 2018, course call 
Summer School 2018 ‘First steps in Biosphere-atmosphere modelling’.
The Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR), University of Helsinki together with Lund University, Aarhus University and the Center for international Climate Research (CICERO) is proud to present the Summer school in ‘First steps in Biosphere-Atmosphere Modelling'. The course will be held at the field station SMEAR II, Hyytiälä, Finland on June 4-15, 2018. To apply, please fill in the online application form by March 31, 2018! 
Introduction to Modern Atmospheric Science: Look on Air Quality in China.
Introduction to Modern Atmospheric Science: Look on Air Quality in China. University of Helsinki Summer School course (5 ECTS) " Introduction to Modern Atmospheric Science: Look on Air Quality in China", 9-18.August 2017, registration is open. 
Hyytiälä Winter school, March 2017
Winter school 2017 on "Atmospheric Processes and Feedbacks and Atmosphere-Biosphere Interactions" to be held at the Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station in Southern Finland on March 6-17, 2017. Further information here; Online application form here. 
Hyytiälä summer school, August 2016
the 2016 Summer School "Formation and growth of atmospheric aerosols". The Summer School starts on August 15th (traveling day) and ends on August 26th (traveling day) and is held at Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station in Finland. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

PEEX COURSES BY CONTRIBUTING INSTITUTES 

Air Pollution - from local to global
Air Pollution - from local to global Aijun Ding This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   
Introduction to the atmospheric optics
Introduction to the atmospheric optics Moscow State University Faculty of Geography Prof. Natalia Chubarova email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Photochemistry of troposhere
Photochemistry of troposhere Prof Nikolai Sorokin This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
EuMetChem Summer school in Aveiro, Portugal
EuMetChem Summer school in Aveiro, Portugal 6 - 11 July 2014 Integrated Chemistry-Meteorology modelling more info www.eumetchem.info contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   
International Conference and Young Scientists School on Environmental Observations, Modeling and Information Systems ENVIROMIS-2014, June 28- July 5
The eight in the series, the multidisciplinary Conference comprising elements of Early Career Scientists School will be devoted to the state-of-the-art and usage of modern environmental observation techniques, computational and information technologies for assessment, modeling and mitigation of Northern Eurasia environment variations under natural and anthropogenic pressures including those caused by the Global Climate Change. It is aimed at filling the gap between basic science achievements and their practical applications in this domain. Also it addresses a critically important issue – a generation gap occurring in Environmental Sciences. To mitigate its consequences and to facilitate professional skill growth for young scientists, a number of invited lectures devoted to the state-of-the-art in the environmental research will be presented by leading specialists, which will allow young participants to get first-hand information on hot topics in Earth System Sciences and attract them professionally to this very important research area. The Conference will be organized by the Siberian Center for Environment Research and Training, Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems SB RAS, Institute of Computational Technologies SB RAS, Institute for Numerical Mathematics RAS and Russian National Committee for IGBP. Program Committee Co-Chairs: Professor Evgeny Gordov (Siberian Center for Environmental Research and Training, Tomsk), Dr. Pavel Groisman (NOAA, USA), RAS Corresponding Member Vasily Lykosov (Institute for Numerical Mathematics RAS) Committee: Prof. A. Baklanov (DMI, Denmark), Dr. G. Gutman (NASA, USA), Prof. M. Heimann (MPI for Bio-geochemistry, Germany), Dr. V. Kharuk (Institute of Forest SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk), Dr. Sci. V. A. Krutikov (Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems SB RAS, Tomsk), RAS corresponding member I. I. Mokhov (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Moscow), Prof. V.V. Penenko (Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk), Prof. A. Shvidenko (IIASA, Luxemburg, Austria), RAS member E.A. Vaganov (Siberian Federal University and Institute of Forest SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk), RAS Corresponding Member V.V. Zuev (Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems SB RAS, Tomsk) Sessions planned 1. Ongoing Climate Changes over Northern Eurasia. Organizers/chairs Pavel Groisman and Evgeny Gordov 2. Regional climate modeling. Organizers/chairs Vasily Lykosov and Aleksey Eliseev 3. Northern Eurasia climate and biosphere interrelations. Organizers/chairs Vladimir Zuev and Vyacheslav Kharuk 4. Influence of Northern Eurasia terrestrial ecosystems on global biogeochemical cycles: past, present and future. Organizers/chairs Anatoly Shvidenko and TBD 5. Air pollution transport and climate change. Organizers/chairs Mikhail Arshinov, Alexander Baklanov, and Vladimir Penenko 6. Observational and ICT infrastructure support of regional scale environmental studies. Organizers Vladimir Krutikov and Michael Kabanov 7. Regional environment risks and socio-economic impact. Organizers/chairs TBD The Program Committee will invite key specialists in the research area to present invited lectures, describing the state of the art in the targeted areas (1 hour), and invited papers, describing recent important inputs into the research domain (30 min). Also a limited number of papers will be selected for oral presentation. Contributed papers will be presented mainly as short oral presentations, whose content should be described in detail by relevant posters. Those who would like to present an invited/oral paper, please, contact Prof. E.P. Gordov (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). After the Conference, the program Committee will select papers for publication in a peer reviewed Journal. The Power Point presentations of the lectures and presented papers will be published at the event site and at the NEESPI web site (http://neespi.org) on Internet and on a CD, which will be distributed among participants. Potential authors, please pay attention that your Abstract should include: 1. Title 2. Authors (Principal author first) 3. Affiliation and Address for Each Author (Mailing address, telephone, fax, e-mail, Internet site) 4. Session chosen (Please note that near all contributed papers will be presented at Poster Sessions; only the papers, suggested by the Session Chairs, will be considered as candidates for oral presentation) 5. Four-page report text and 1 page short abstract. Russian authors are kindly asked to submit a 1 page abstract in English and 4 pages of report text in Russian (or 4 pages report text in English and 1 page short abstract in Russian). Texts will be used by Program Committee for initial selection of participants. Selected and reviewed reports of participants will be published in the event Proceedings. Submission DEADLINE: 15 April 2014 Please send your abstract to Mrs. Yulia Gordova, Secretary of the Conference, Siberian Center for Environment Research and Training SB RAS, Akademicheskii ave. 10/3, Tomsk, 634055, Russia. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: 7 (3822) 492187, Fax: 7 (3822) 492537. For current information please see the Conference site http://scert.ru/en/conferences/enviromis2014/. To see materials of the previous ENVIROMIS Conferences, visit the site http://scert.ru.     
Paleolimnology of Northern eurasia
International conference & YOUNG SCIENTISTS SCHOOL Paleolimnology of Northern eurasia Petrozavodsk, Russia 21-25 September 2014     International conferencePaleolimnology of Northern eurasia Organizing byDepartment of Geosciences of the Russian Academy of SciencesNorthern Water Problems Institute, Karelian Research Center of Russian Academy of SciencesKarelian Research Center of Russian Academy of SciencesPaleolimnological Comission of the Russian Geographical Society Local Steering CommitteeDmitry Subetto , Nikolay Filatov, Tatyana Regerand, Maksim Potakhin, Vasiliy Kovalenko,Anastasya Sidorova Scientific CommitteeElena Bezrukova (Institute of Geochemistry, Siberian Branch of RAS, Irkutsk, Russia)Dmitry Bolshiyanov (St.Petersburg State University, Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia)Bernhard Diekmann (Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam, Germany)Grigory Fedorov (Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia)Tiit Hang (Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia)Vladislav Kuznetsov (St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia)Alexander Lisitsyn (Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS, Moscow, Russia)Martin Melles (Cologne University, Cologne, Germany)Tatyana Moiseenko (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)Evgeny Nesterov (Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St.Petersburg, Russia)Danis Nurgaliev (Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Kazan, Russia)Lyudmila Pestryakova (Noth-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia)Nadezhda Razhigaeva (Pacific Geographical Institute, Far Eastern Branch of RAS, Vladivostok)Tatyana Sapelko (Institute of Limnology, St.Petersburg, Russia)Larissa Savelieva (St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia)Vladimir Schiptsov (Institute of Geology, Karelian Research Centre of RAS)Heikki Seppa (Helsinki Universuty, Helsinki, Finland)Olga Solomina (Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)Krystyna Szeroczynska (Warsaw Research Centre, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences)Andrey Velichko (Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)Boris Vlasov (Belarus State University, Minsk, Belarus) Main scientific topics: field and lab methods and techniques in paleolimnology deep lake sediment coring paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstructions age control of paleoreconstructions paleolimnology and paleooceanology paleolimnological reconstruction of natural catastrophic events (tsunami, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes) paleolimnology in the permafrost zone paleolimnological transects paleolimnology and archeology varvochronology, magnitostratigraphy, tephrochronology Important deadlines: Abstract Submission Deadline – April 15, 2014Notification of Acceptance – May 31, 2014Registration payment Deadline – July 30, 2014 Registration via internet http://karelika.ru/en/conference/paleolimnology/ Abstracts:Abstracts will be published in special conference volume and should not exceed 2 A4 pages (12 pt, single line spacing), including black and white figures and references (see guidelines below). Deadline for abstract submission is April 15th, 2014. Please, send abstracts (in .doc or .rtf format, figures as a separate file in .jpg format) via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Invitations and Visas:The Organizing Committee can prepare and sent: for the Russian participants the invitation letter (mark at the registration form) for foreign participants the invitation letter for visa support (mark at the registration form) Oral and poster presentations: The language of the conference will be English.The conference program suggests oral and poster presentations. oral presentation will be 15 minutes and 5 minutes for discussion (office equipment – computers and multimedia projectors - will be available), poster presentation format A1 (594 х 841 mm). Cultural program:The Organizing Committee suggests to take part in different excursions (mark at the registration form): Lake Ladoga and Island Valaam Lake Onego and Island Kizhi Kivach waterfall Localityhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrozavodsk Preliminary Program: September 20-21, 2014, Excursion (Lake Ladoga and Island Valaam) September 21, 2014, Arriving, accommodation, rest time in Petrozavodsk September 22, 2014 , Arriving, accommodation, registration, Plenary talks and sessions, Ice-break party September 23, 2014, Sessions September 24, 2014, Young Scientists School and Sessions September 25, 2014, Excursions (Lake Onego and Island Kizhi, Kivach waterfall), Conference dinner, Departure Rules for abstract preparing TITLE(capital type, type size 12, clarendon, centralized) Authors name(type size 12, centralized)Institution(type size 12, centralized) Text is 2 lines after ranged edgewise.A new paragraph started with break line 1 sm.Time New Roman 12.Line spacing 1, 5Field space text around 2.5 sm. 
Applications of weather and cloud radars
Summer school Applications of weather and cloud radars Held in Hyytiälä, Finland . June 9-13 2014 Organized by Asst. Prof. Dmitri Moisseev, University of Helsinki and Prof. V. Chandrasekar, University of Helsinki and Colorado State University Guest lecturers: Prof. Pavlos Kollias, McGill University The summer school is intended for graduate students, scientists and operational users who want to receive: - up-to-date background on principles and applications of weather and cloud radars - unique hands-on experience using data from US DOE ARM radars, weather radar of Univ. of Helsinki and CSU-CHILL US DOE ARM mobile facility will be deployed in Hyytiälä during the course. For more details, including information on course fee and how to register, visit http://blogs.helsinki.fi/atmosphere/luovi5/ 

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