Arctic Science Summit Week 2024
21 - 29 March 2024

Meet the Arctic Hub at The Arctic Science Summit Week and get to know more about our work.


Arctic Science Summit Week is organized annually by the International Arctic Science Committee to provide opportunities for coordination, cooperation, and collaboration between the various scientific organizations involved in Arctic research. It takes place in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.


Daniel Lyberth Hauptmann from Arctic Hub will participate in the following sessions:

'International Cooperation in Action: UK Arctic Bursary Schemes - Greenland, Iceland and Japan'
Date and Time: 24 March 2024 | 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (UK)
Room: Salisbury (JMCC)
Organiser: Henry Burgess (NERC Arctic Office, United Kingdom)
Event description: Coming soon
Snowball sampling Global Conversation, connecting Arctic education, polar research and Indigenous Knowledge
Date and Time: 24 March 2024 | 1:30 PM - 6:00 PM (UK)
Room: St Trinnean's (St Leonards)
Format: Open Session - HYBRID
Organiser: Julia Dooley (Polar Educators International, United States)
Event description: As polar educators we reflect, not only on “what” but also “how and why” we engage our audiences in, about and for the Arctic and its people. Following the launch of a world café-style open conversation connecting people with an interest in (or who are impacted by) this topic at ASSW2023 in Vienna, Polar Educators International (PEI) invite delegates to participate in a continuing, open-ended conversation exploring connections and intersections between Arctic research, pedagogy, and Indigenous Knowledge, with the participation of representatives from Indigenous communities in the North. We call for participants to contribute thoughts and ideas, co-creating a diverse, inclusive, equitable and just understanding of the Arctic for the next generation. If interested in contributing to this conversation, please join us. If you have any questions please contact

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