- 9-10 July 2014, full-day seminar, Biology Course “Bioarchives, a source of climate reconstructions” by Prof. Dr. Thomas Brey et al.
9 July: 10 am - 4 pm, AWI building D, room 2930 & labs in buildings D&E
10 July: 9 am - 5 pm, AWI building D, room 2930 & labs in buildings D&E
- Running: Individual coaching sessions "Academic Writing", personalised time-table
- 1 August 2014, Excursion to the wadden sea and visit of Neuwerk
The Earth System Science Research School (ESSReS) Programme
ESSReS is a joint initiave of Alfred Wegener Institute Bremerhaven (AWI), University of Bremen (Uni-HB), and Jacobs University Bremen. New generations of outstanding junior scientists have been trained and prepared in the interdisciplinary field of Earth System Sciences toward a doctoral degree.
The existing research infrastructure at the Alfred Wegener Institute Bremerhaven (AWI), University of Bremen, Institute for Environmental Physics (Uni-HB/IUP), and Jacobs University Bremen offers a unique research environment to study past, present and future changes of the climate system.
ESSReS focusses on the integration of observations, palaeoclimate data, and climate modelling to better understand natural climate variations over a broad range of timescales and disciplines. The overall expertise available in observation, modelling, and reconstruction at the participating institutions provides an extremely solid base for interdisciplinary research. This excellent working and scientific environment provides PhD students with advanced training and research support. The Research School offers world-class educational possibilities thanks to its staff of internationally reknown and highly rated expert scientists.