Trier University's equipment arrives in Kiel
After having been deployed for field measurements at the “Ice Base Cape Baranov” on Servernaya Zemlya from 2017 until the end of 2020, the meteorological equipment of Trier University has arrived in Kiel and is awaiting shipment back to Trier.
New research papers
Working at home? ... can be very successful! Several papers have been published during the past months by CATS members. Three of the most important recent CATS publications:
Meteorological equipment on its way back to Germany
On 23 June, the container with meteorological equipment of Trier University cleared customs and is now on its way to Kiel. The equipment was used for field measurements at the “Ice Base Cape Baranov” on Servernaya Zemlya from 2017 until the end of 2020. The container is expected to arrive to Kiel within the next two weeks.
CATS Bilateral Workshop 2018
Our 2018 bilateral Workshop took place on April 23-26, 2018. It was a great pleasure to see the many interesting results obtained within the short time since the project started and we look back on a fruitful workshop.
Georgi Laukert receives award for excellent PhD thesis
Dr. Georgi Laukert was one of four GEOMAR scientists who were awarded a prize for their exellent PhD thesis, sponsored by the Prof. Dr. Werner-Petersen-Stiftung. Congratulations!
Dr. Vasiliy Povazhnyy appointed OSL director
CATS member Vasily Povazhnyy has been appointed Russian director of the Otto Schmidt Laboratory for Polar and Marine Research (OSL) in St. Petersburg. Congratulations!
June 14, 2017
Andreas Preusser successfully defends his PhD thesis titled "Multi-sensor remote sensing of long-term circumpolar polynya characteristics in the Arctic". Congratulations!
Expedition TRANSDRIFT XXIV started on Saturday, August 11, 2018