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To Wednesday 17 June 2020
We are happy to announce that the 34th Forum for Research into Ice Shelf Processes (FRISP) will take place, in the form of a virtual workshop. We are very excited to try out this new format, and hope you are too! For details on the agenda, registration (without fee) and submitting your abstract see the FRISP 2020 website. Registration and abstract submission closes on 31 May 2020. We will send out a detailed schedule and information on the online format soon thereafter.
We plan four sessions (each session will last about 3 hours) on the following dates:
16.06 (Tuesday), 2pm CET
17.06 (Wednesday), 8am CET
24.06 (Wednesday), 5pm CET
25.06 (Thursday), 10am CET
The plan is to host these meetings at alternating times during the week so that we can accommodate as many people as possible, given different time zones etc.
Looking forward to seeing many of you online!
Until then, stay healthy and best wishes,
Ronja, Torsten and Ricarda
FRISP is an annual meeting to share research related to ice shelves, and their interactions with the ice sheet, ocean, and atmosphere. It is an Expert Group of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), and has organised regular meetings in Europe since 1984. FRISP is an appropriate meeting to present work in progress and discuss emerging research ideas, and is well-suited to early career researchers as well as senior scientists.
Registration deadline: March 15th
Abstract submission deadline: April 15th
Register and submit your abstract through the links on the FRISP 2020 website: https://eveeno.com/frisp2020