On Friday 12 February 2010, Florian Geyer defended his PhD thesis at the Nansen Center with title: "Overflow and topographically induced mixing on the Svalbard shelf". The opponents were Dr. Jean-Claude Gascard, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, and Dr Sc. Vigdis Tverrberg, Norwegian Polar Institute. The PhD degree was awarded by the Faculty of Sciences at University of Bergen, and the defence was headed by Prof. emeritus Eirik Sundvor.
The Nansen Winter School 2010 was opened to day in Cherai in Kerala. 48 Indian Ph.D. students are gathered and during the next five days they will learn more about the Indian Ocean: Challenges in Meteorology and Oceanography. 19 lecturers from India, Norway, France and UK will during the winter school address key research topics related to the monsoon system, the Indian ocean circulation and modelling, sea level change, algal blooms and remote sensing.
Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA) and The Norwegian Scientific Academy for Polar Research invites to Seminar on “Marin Monitoring using Satellite Information” Tuesday 29. September 14:00 -18:00 followed by dinner Nansen Senteret, Thormøhlensgate 47, Marineholmen, Bergen The full agenda is found at:
Denne uken (29/9 til 2/10) er 65 doktorgradstudenter fra Europa, Russland og Brasil samlet på VilVite i Bergen for å lære om status og framtidige muligheter innen operative bruk av satellitt data for klima- og havovervåkning.
Den Europeiske Romfartsorganisasjonen (ESA) arrangerer intensiv kurs i Bergen og Nansen senter for miljø og fjernmåling og Geofysisk Institutt, UiB er vertskap. Kurset finner sted på VilVite senteret, hvor også bruk av satellittovervåkning inngår som en del av utstillingen.
The OceanObs conference in 1999 played a major role in forming the foundation for the comprehensive ocean observing systems implemented during the last decade facilitating systematic information about the physical environment of the worldwide oceans.