IMBeR ClimEco6 Summer School

Posters, the venue and other local information

Posters Posters must be in portrait orientation size A1 (23.4 x 33.1 inches or 594 x 841 mm).  Posters can be printed on site (cost – about  80 000 IDR). If you like to use this option, please email you poster (as a pdf) to Anes Dwijayanti with the subject ClimEco6 poster. Venue The summer school will be held in the Seminar Room,…

Accommodation

Accommodation You need to make your own arrangements regarding your accommodation. If you would like to share a room, get in contact with others who will be at the summer school via this shared accommodation document and make arrangements to book accordingly. University dormitory rooms (with two beds, so you can share). Cost is around 20 USD per…

Travel information

Travel You need to make your own travel arrangements. You should fly into Adi Sucipto Airport in Yogyakarta, which is 7 km from the Gadjah Mada University (UGM) where the summer school will be held. Getting from the airport: Taxi Rajawali taxis are the official airport taxis and these are the ones that you should use – others could…

Registration and payment

Participants who have received confirmation that they were selected to attend the ClimEco5 summer school must register here Registration fees The registration fee for the summer school is 300 Euros for students and 350 Euros for early career researchers. This includes all the educational and scientific activities, as well as the ‘Ice-breaker’ evening and the Closing Dinner….

Sponsors

  The North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES), an intergovernmental scientific organization, was established in 1992 to promote and coordinate marine research in the northern North Pacific and adjacent seas. Its present members are Canada, Japan, People’s Republic of China, Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United States of America.         …

Lecturers

A team of multidisciplinary experts from the natural and social sciences will share their perspectives and approaches to marine science. These include: Jessica Blythe – University of Waterloo, Canada Laurent Bopp – LSCE, France Christopher Cvitanovic (Convener) – University of Tasmania, Australia Beth Fulton – CSIRO, Australia Priscila Lopes – UFRN, Brazil Riza Yuliratno Setiawan…