The 1st Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Science Conference & The 5th PEEX Meeting Helsinki, Finland 10-13 February 2015

The 1st Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Science Conference & The 5th PEEX Meeting was held in Helsinki, Finland 10-13 February 2015.

The Eurasian Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) is a multidisciplinary, multi-scale program focused on solving Grand Challenges in northern Eurasia and China focusing in arctic and boreal regions. It is a bottom-up initiative by several European, Russian and Chinese research organizations. The PEEX approach emphasises that solving challenges related to climate change, air quality and cryospheric change requires large-scale coordinated co-operation of the international research communities.

NRAL Presentations:
P. Koltermann
S. Myslenkov

THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “SCIENCE OF THE FUTURE” WAS HELD IN SAINT PETERSBURG, 17-20 SEPTEMBER 2014

17-20 September 2014, in St. Petersburg, the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation conducts the first international scientific conference “Science of the Future”.

The conference will provide a platform for the exchange of information within the scientific community, the development of international cooperation, integration of Russia into the world scientific environment.

The conference will highlight the experience and results of scientific research carried out under the guidance of the leading world scientists in Russian universities and research organizations. The conference will bring together leading scientists, implementing projects in the framework of the decree of the Government of the Russian Federation from April 9, 2010 № 220 “on measures to attract leading scientists in the Russian educational institution of higher professional education and scientific institutions of the state academies of Sciences and state research centers of the Russian Federation”.

Leading scientists will share their experience of research carried out with the support of the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation, and also will tell about the results of their work.
Information about conference.

NRAL Presentations:
P. Koltermann
S. Sokratov
D. Gushchina
F. Gippius
S. Myslenkov
M. Kireeva

The secrets of the Black Sea

Sergey Dobrolyubov presented the report “The secrets of the Black Sesa”.
On-line conference was held on 30 April 2014 in Press-Center RIA.
Video from conference is here.

NRAL Seminar was held on February 20, 2014

At a NRAL Seminar on February 20, 2014 participants discussed last year´s work and results. They reviewed the works plans for 2014, These are now completely funded by individual research funds and supported by a MSU contribution in consequence of the previous Megagrant. Alignments in these plans had to made to accommodate changes, availability of funding and time scales for this years. Peter Koltermann encouraged all NRAL members to apply for funds in the present or upcoming Russian calls

Peter Koltermann was made an honorary professory of MSU, Feb 19, 2014

Peter Koltermann on Feb 19, 2014 was made an honorary professor of MSU for “For his contribution to the development of modern methods of geographical research and development of scientific and educational cooperation with the Moscow University”

The Scientific Conference “Water in nature: danger, predictability, control and prevention of threats” was held from 07 to 12 October 2013, Tuapse, Krasnodar region

The Scientific Conference “Water in nature: danger, predictability , control and prevention of threats” was held from 07 to 12 October 2013 in the Tuapse district of Krasnodar region. The conference was devoted to the discussion of topical issues that directly relates to the protection of water security of Russia. More then 50 researches from different universities, research institutes and centers of Russia took part in the conference.
Details of conference is here.

The international conference “Integrated monitoring system of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov” was held in Sevastopol (Ukraine), 25-27 September 2013

The international conference “Integrated monitoring system of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov” was held in Sevastopol (Ukraine) at the end of September. Specialists in hydrometeorology, environmental management and instrument design gathered at the Marine Hydrophysical Institute of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences in order to discuss the recent proceedings in studies of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov as well as their impact on the surrounding territories within the framework of four different sections during three days from September 25th to 27th.

The NRAL delegation to the conference consisted of Victor Arkhipkin, Taras Samborsky, Sergei Mukhametov and Fedor Gippius. The results of studies performed by the laboratory were presented in two reports which led to an active and productive discussion.

This conference is aimed to consolidate and broaden the scientific contacts between NRAL scientists and their Ukrainian colleagues.

Program and Presentation.

The academic and research seminar “The modeling of the avalanches and mudflows in RAMMS program” was held in the beginning of June in Sochi.

The academic and research seminar “The modeling of the avalanches and mudflows in RAMMS program” was held in the beginning of June in Sochi. The seminar was organized by Swiss federal institute for snow and avalanches studies, the laboratory of snow avalanches and mudflows of the MSU geographical faculty and natural risk assessment laboratory of the MSU geographical department (with the support of Roza-Khutor resort). During one week the developers of the RAMMS program Perry Bartelt, Mark Christen and Ive Bluher were training the participants to model the avalanches and mudflows in 3d landscape to solve the practical questions of promoting avalanche and mudflows safety in different regions.
Seminar’s program is here.

THE PROJECT RESULTS WAS PRESENTED AT European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna 7-12 April 2013

The project results was presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna 7-12 April 2013.

The 3rd volume of the WOCE Hydrographic Atlas, was presented in IORAS, Moscow

“The 3rd volume of the WOCE Hydrographic Atlas, The Atlantic” was presented at a meeting hosted by IORAS, Moscow. Russian chief scientists of WOCE cruises, A. Sokov, B. Terechtchenkov and M. Koshlyakov were present. After some 10 years of work the Atlas, together with the digital WOCE Global Hydrographic Climatology – already published in 2004- describes in detail the hydrographic situation of the last decade of the 20th century. It is a reference of the state of the ocean. So far the Atlases for the Southern and the Pacific Ocean have been printed, the Indian Ocean volume is scheduled for later this year. “We are proud to present this Atlas here in Moscow, following the great tradition of Russian map- and chart-makers” said Peter Koltermann.”
Photo is here.
Also information about this meeting available on the website of Geographic Faculty.

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