SystemLink Virtual Research Workshop on Aquatic-Terrestrial Linkages
The SystemLink graduate school at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Institute of Environmental Sciences (iES), will host a virtual research workshop on the topic of anthropogenic alterations of aquatic-terrestrial linkages. The workshop will be held on the 28th and 29th of January 2021 and will bring together researchers who are working on different aspects linked to this field.
Guest speakers of the workshop will present a brief introduction of their research activities and then focus on a specific research topic. The workshop consists of two parts: i) a session with presentations (20-30 minutes) followed by an open discussion, and ii) a closed discussion session. If you are interested in the participating speakers, please have a look at “Guest speakers”.
The first part is open to everyone with a scientific interest. Registration and participation are free of charge and we would like to encourage everyone interested to participate in the workshop.
With this workshop our goals are to promote both scientific exchange and enable subject-specific and social networking especially during this challenging time. For students of related fields this means getting an insight into the research topics of SystemLink and different institutions all over the world as well as the possibility to come in contact with the associated people.
If you are interested in attending our workshop, we invite you to complete the registration form below. We are very much looking forward to interesting presentations and exciting discussions with you!
When? 28th & 29th of January 2021.
Where? Zoom link will be circulated via mail. Please register to ensure that you receive all information.
Costs? Registration and participation are free of charge.
Who can participate? Everyone with scientific interest.
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