A two-day workshop will be held from 25-26 August 2022 in Nuuk to explore possibilities for strengthened cooperation between the Greenland and Iceland research communities.
The workshop is a pre-event of the Arctic Circle Greenland Forum and co-organized by The Greenland Research Council, The Icelandic Centre for Research (Rannís), The Icelandic Arctic Cooperation Network, Arctic Hub and the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources.
With this workshop, we hope to foster exchange of expertise, networking, and future collaboration opportunities between the scientific communities of Greenland and Iceland. The workshop will be an exploratory platform that presents research priorities in Greenland and Iceland with a discussion on the possibilities for synergies and collaboration and explore opportunities for future funding. The workshop will be focused around three thematic sessions: 1) Climate change and sustainable development, 2) Fisheries and the blue economy, 3) Geopolitics and security policy studies, and facilitate a dialogue on institutional cooperation.
We invite you to submit a proposal for a presentation!
To participate in this workshop please register below. Please note that the following deadlines for registration:
· If you wish to book a hotel room through the pre-reserved booking allotment made by the organizers, register by 27 June 2022. Hotel reservations need to be made via e-mail email@example.com or telephone +299 348000 using the booking code nr. 281650.
· For those who do not require a hotel reservation through the block booking made by the organizers, the registration deadline is by 1 July 2022.
Selection of submitted abstracts will be completed early July and speakers notified.
Registration for the Greenland-Iceland Research Cooperation Workshop is FREE, and we encourage all participants of the workshop to also register for the Arctic Circle Greenland Forum. The workshop will start in the afternoon of the 25th of August and end in the evening of the 26th of August.
The workshop is arranged by Greenland Research Council, Rannis, Icelandic Arctic Cooperation Network and Arctic Hub.
Photo by Fernando Ugarte