We want to map research activities in Greenland in 2023
– and we need your help!
Can you feel it too?
The snow is melting, the days are getting longer, and in the whip of an eyelash, Greenland will again be buzzing with research activities.
At Arctic Hub, we would love to get a better understanding and overview of the research activities in Greenland. We’d like to invite you to share your plans for your project/fieldwork in Greenland in 2023. During this workshop, we invite you to share your plans and knowledge and learn about other ongoing projects in the area you’re planning to visit.
Target Group: Researchers with research activities in Greenland in 2023; all research areas welcome. Greenlandic research stakeholders are welcome to join too.
Date: Monday, April 17th, 2023 – 10-11.30 am (UTC-3/West Greenlandic Time, convert to your time zone here.) The registration deadline is Thursday, April 13, 2023.
Participation: The online meeting will be held on Microsoft Teams. The workshop language is English. To improve the experience for both you and your fellow attendees, we encourage you to participate actively and with video.
Aim: 1) Establish an overview of research activities in Greenland across research disciplines 2) Share overview with a broad range of stakeholders, e.g. citizens, public administration, business organizations 3) Enhance the quality of research through coordination, collaboration, and knowledge exchange 4) Reduce research fatigue in Greenland.
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|Arctic Hub||Introduction to workshop format|
|Arctic Hub||Arctic Hub activities in 2023|
|Daniel Lyberth Hauptmann, Department of Education, Government of Greenland||Keynote on Greenland’s National Research Strategy Research – the road to progress 2022-2030|
|Aka Simonsen, UNESCO Site Manager at Kujataa||Keynote on Anchorage of research in Kujataa|
|Participant&project introduction, knowledge sharing in smaller groups, depending on the area you are visiting|