Registration for Arctic Frontiers 2014 is now open.

Arctic Frontiers 2014 will be held at the University of Tromsø, Norway from Sunday 19 to Friday 24 January 2014. The theme of the conference is 'Humans in the Arctic'. As with previous years the policy section will run for the first two days (Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 January 2014) followed by three days of science (Wednesday 22 January to Friday 24 January).

 The science section will have four parts under 2 main headings:

  • Health, Society and Environment
  • Maritime operational challenges

You can now register online and we encourage you to book early to ensure that accommodation is available. Packages are available for the full conference, as well as just the policy or science sections. Specific days can also be booked. Student prices are also available.

Arctic Frontiers 2014: Funding opportunities for early career scientists
Funding to support the participation and accommodation for young researchers wishing to attend Arctic Frontiers 2014 is available. To apply for funding you need to have an abstract (oral or poster presentation) accepted at the conference. Applications should include your name, affiliation and a short CV and sent to Deadline for the application for funding is December 1st 2013. Read more here.

Arctic Frontiers 2014: Humans in the Arctic – Final Call for Papers
Arctic Frontiers holds its 8th annual conference in Tromsø, Norway, from 19-24 January 2014, with the title: Humans in the Arctic. The Arctic Frontiers conference is a central arena for discussions of Arctic issues. The conference brings together representatives from science, politics, and civil society to share perspectives on how upcoming challenges in the Arctic may be addressed to ensure sustainable development.
Arctic Frontiers 2014 will address two main themes: I) Health, Environment and Society, and II) Offshore Maritime Challenges.

Sist oppdatert av Vibeke Hervik Bull (25.10.2013)

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