The Summer School on “Sea level change: evidence, challenges and policy” will provide PhD students and junior scientists interested in sea level research with an overview of advanced techniques and open challenges to measure and predict sea level change. In addition, attendees will learn and discuss about how decision-makers use available knowledge and assessment of uncertainties concerning future sea level change. The School has a strong component on hands-on learning, with practical exercises and various activities. Participants will also receive a training on science communication.
The school is open to PhD students and junior post-docs working on sea level related subjects. The registration fee is EUR 100 and includes full board, excursion and course material. Concerning accommodation, we have a limited number of pre-reserved single rooms at EUR 400 per stay, available on a first-come first-served basis.
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