- Short Term Scientific Mission
The Water Vapour in the Climate System (WAVACS) COST winter school will provide a detailed view of atmospheric water vapour and its role in the climate system. The course will have a practical component focusing on observations models and methods. This one week course is aimed primarely at PhD students, postdocs and other young scientists wishing to
broaden and deepen their knowledge or to identify new research opportunities.
The winter school is a follow-up of the Cargese International school. The course will include lectures and practical sessions. Practical sessions include group activities on pedagogical exercises addressing open issues in current research. Poster sessions animated by the students and 2 Science Cafés will be held to promote discussion among participants.
Attendance is limited to around 40 trainees to have efficient practical sessions.
There is no charge for registering to attend the school.
28 grants to cover shared lodge, meals and local transportation are available.
October 20 2010: Deadline for applications and travel support request
End October 2010: Notification of acceptance
November 15 2010: Deadline for block booking
February 6-12 2011: School