In its final year as a Centre of Excellence, the Centre for Arctic Gas hydrate, environment and climate (CAGE) will organise the CAGE Invites Conference (Tuesday 31st May 2022) to put a focus on the ‘Changing Arctic: Ocean, Ice, and Climate’.
With several keynote speakers from the Tromsø Arctic research community, this conference will present work related to the changing Arctic, from identifying the physical changes (past, present, and future), to the societal implications, and mitigation efforts.
Understanding the changes occurring in the Arctic requires collaborative and interdisciplinary action. We, therefore, would like to invite and encourage all those interested, to contribute to the discussion, either by attending and/or presenting a poster.
More information below.
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How can I sign up?
Sign up to attend using the registration form link below.
Registration form (deadline extended to 22nd April!): https://nettskjema.no/a/239415
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There is no registration fee for this event. This also includes those who have registered to have lunch/finger food.
Can I attend without presenting?
Yes! Of course, we welcome everyone to join us! Just sign up through the online registration form (deadline extended to 22nd April!): https://nettskjema.no/a/239415
Will the presentations be streamed online?
Yes! Please register by the deadline and we will send the link to the event nearer the day.
Do you have dietary requirements or allergies?
Please notify us using your registration form.
Information and deadlines for presenters
Please upload your abstracts using the attachment link on the registration form by the 31st March. If you have difficulties with this, send the abstract to Mariana Esteves (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please send your completed presentations to Mariana Esteves (email@example.com), no later than 23rd May.
Each presentation should be less than 15 mins to allow time for questions.
There is no restriction on the size of the posters, although ideally no bigger than A0. If you use something that cannot be put up using tape or white tack, please bring your own stand/attachments. We will have volunteers who can help you put these up. The posters should be put up before the start of the conference (10am, 31st May). There will be volunteers to help at Solhallen (outside of Auditorium 1) from 08:30.
Do you have any additional questions?
If so, contact Mariana Esteves (firstname.lastname@example.org)