ERCA2019 announcement

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ERCA2019 announcement

Didier Voisin-2

Dear Colleagues,

this is the second announcement for the 27th session of ERCA (European Research Course on Atmospheres) that will take place in Grenoble (& at the astronomical Observatory of Haute-Provence) from January 6th, 2019 to February 2nd. The course is intended to students enrolled in PhD programs, young scientists and engineers from universities and public/private research institutes wishing to complete their formation with a very complete research course related to Atmosphere, Climate and Climate change studies.

The 27th session of ERCA will be more specifically oriented towards climate and environmental services: from data acquisition to service delivery, through data validation and service elaboration. It will be organized around the following topics:

    • atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric composition changes
    • Earth climate system and the science of Climate change
    • Earth Science system - Impact and society
    • experimental techniques and research methodologies for the atmospheric sciences
    • hydrology and precipitation: water cycle in climate change

It includes practical courses (lidar and other techniques for atmospheric observations) held at the Observatoire de Haute-Provence (Southern France) and in Grenoble, and relies on a strong collective project centered on this years theme.

A number of speakers have confirmed their participation: Sandra Lavorel (keynote talk), Yinon Rudich, Peter Brimblecombe, Andreas Richter, Eugene Clothiaux, Carlo Barbante, Ralf Ebinghaus, Yoav Yair, Filippo Giorgi, Philippe Kekhut, Anne Monod and Francis Codron

Can you please forward this announcement to doctorate students at your institute.

A limited number of student assistantships will be available in particular for students from emerging countries


Information & registration at <>

my apologies for enventual cross posting

all the best

   Didier  VOISIN
   Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry
   European Research Course on Atmospheres
   Institute of Geosciences for the Environment (IGE)
   CNRS, Grenoble INP, IRD, et UGA
   CS 40 700
   38058 Grenoble cedex 9
   Tel.: +33 (0) 456 52 09 99
   Twitter: @IGE_Grenoble 

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