Information about the Coordination Workshop
The DFG Priority Programme "Antarctic Research" organises a coordination workshop every year. This is aimed at scientists and research groups of German universities and research institutions and takes place about one month before the annual application deadline (November 5th). In order to include the foreign participants we ask you to give your presentations in English.
The coordination workshop is mandatory for applicants
(a) who want to apply for a new project in the SPP Antarctic Research,
(b) who wish to apply for renewal, and
(c) who are currently funded under the priority programme.
Note to a,b: New applicants and those applying for an extension are requested to present their project at the coordination workshop in a 5-minute presentation. The structure of the presentations can be freely designed, but should be limited to the essentials (e.g. background, hypothesis/objective, approach, duration and personnel/cost overview).
Note to c: Applicants with a currently funded project are requested to present their results in poster form. The following applies to report posters within the framework of the annual coordination workshop: size DIN A0 portrait format, the SPP logo (SPP-Logo with text) and the funding number must be displayed next to the title. The poster should state the objectives of the work, briefly describe the method, present the results to date and give an outlook on the future work / studies. A critical assessment of problems may also be included.
Registrations are made via the coordination office (SPP-Antarktisforschung(at)uni-rostock.de).
The registration form will be published with the "summer" newsletter and here on the website. Participants presenting a project or a poster may apply for travel expenses at the SPP Coordination Office. It is irrelevant whether the applicant participates personally or is represented by another person. The guidelines of the Federal Travel Expenses Act apply.
Hotel accommodations at the workshop location should be booked independently. For more information, please refer to the annual "summer" newsletter. Links to the newsletters can be found here.
Coordination Workshop 2019 in Bremen
This year’s coordination workshop will take place from September 25th - 27th 2019 at the University of Bremen in cooperation with Tilmann Harder and Kai Bischof. We would like to point out once again that participation in the SPP coordination workshop is mandatory for 1. all new applicants and renewal applications (presentation), and 2. for all currently funded projects (posters). Please register for the workshop until August 28th 2019 by sending an email to the coordination office of the DFG priority program at Rostock University (SPP-Antarktisforschung(at)uni-rostock(dot)de) together with this registration form.
The workshop starts on September 25th at 6 pm with an icebreaker at the Übersee Museum Bremen. The workshop venue is the House of Science ("Haus der Wissenschaft") in the historical city centre of Bremen (https://www.hausderwissenschaft.de/Kontakt.html).
Please book your own accommodation - you find a list with (limited) hotel contingents here. Please consider the rules of the "Bundesreisekostengesetz". Travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed for presenting participants.
Coordination Workshop 2018 in Gießen
The annual coordination workshop of the DFG priority programme "Antarctic Research" is aimed at scientists from German universities, colleges and research institutions and took place from 12 to 14 September 2018 at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen (JLU). The coordination workshop is mandatory for applicants who want to apply for a new project in the SPP Antarctic Research (5-minute presentation) or who want to apply for an extension, as well as for those currently funded within the framework of the priority programme (poster presentation).
Coordination Workshop 2017 in Erlangen
The DFG Priority Programme "Antarctic Research" organises an annual coordination workshop. This workshop is aimed at scientists at German universities and research institutions and took place from 20-22 September 2017 at the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. The coordination workshop is mandatory for applicants who want to apply for a new project in the SPP Antarctic Research (5-minute presentation) or who want to apply for an extension, as well as for those currently funded under the Priority Programme (poster presentation).
Here you can find the corresponding programme.