CEC Fellows seminar on concepts, Feb 14th Web version
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Newsletter from CEC Fellows | January 2019
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CEC Fellows January 2019 newsletter
Dear colleagues,

Hope your holidays were good and restful, so that you are starting the year of 2019 full of energy.

At the 14th of February, the new seminar series on concepts will start and CEC Fellows welcomes all members to participate. Åsa Knaggård and colleagues from political science will on this occasion straightening out the concept of Governance as a research perspective for us. We are planning three more seminars during 2019, and if you have suggestions for concepts to discuss please let us know!

Don’t miss out on the Sustainability Week – Transforming our world, April 8-13. In anticipation of Sustainability Week, we are looking for exceptional examples of science communication of sustainability topics. The best will be exhibited at Eden throughout the week. If you want to submit your own or a collegue’s work please contact Ludwig Bengtsson.

Best wishes,
Cerina, Yann and Lina

Upcoming events
And even more things going on – check the CEC calendar

Information – Opportunities, conferences, news from our community

Successful application: Congratulations Tommy Cedervall (Biochemistry and Structural Biology) who received funding from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management for the research project “Environmental impact from nanonparticles and microplastics” (Swedish)

Successful application: Congratulations Daniel Conley (Quaternary Sciences) who received funding from the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management for the research project “Understanding the effect of internal load processes caused by oxygen deficiency in the Swedish coastal waters” (Swedish)


Conferences and popular science event

Open positions at the CEC
please spread the word, https://www.cec.lu.se/sv/om-cec/jobba-hos-oss  
News from stakeholders and funders 

what can you contribute with to CEC fellows, and what is on top of your research agenda at the moment?
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Henni Ylänne - post-doc
Keywords: Arctic tundra, soil carbon storage, net ecosystem exchange, plant traits

1.I’m very open to discussing several topics and finding common grounds for collaboration e.g. through workshops

2. At the moment I’m processing samples gathered last summer, these will answer how a reindeer-induced suppression of tree-line reflects on the soil environment. Read more about the project here.

Know more? -click here
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Johannes Stripple - senior lecturer
Keywords: Climate change, forests, governance, imagination

1. Facilitate and convene new and innovative forms of multi-disciplinary collaboration

2. We are working on an exhibition called ’Carbon Ruins: A museum of the fossil age’, which will premiere on April 8 and then be shown at the Medborgarcenter Kristallen. More information on the exhibition and project you will find here

Know more? – click here
Upcoming calls
Under this heading we are collecting calls with short deadlines, larger/collaboration calls, and nominations for prizes etc. Please check Plandisc below for a collection of all calls we have found for the upcoming year.
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Calls – A common calender

Some hints:

• Just click in the wheel on a call, and there is a box coming up with more information.
• The plan is continuously updated, and you can instantly see the updates.
• If you find a good call that you would like to add, just send me the link.

Calls 2018-2019-Sweden/Nordic: https://create.plandisc.com/zjHh42l

Calls 2018-2019 -travel and workshop: https://create.plandisc.com/rVsXXdZ

Calls EU Horizon, incl. ERC, ERA-NET, JPI etc:

Calls post-doc and young research grants:

Calls Awards
About CEC Fellows
Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, CEC, invites all scientists, working at Lund University and active in the centre’s fields of research, to be part of the CEC Fellows. With the aim of promoting new interdisciplinary research endeavors and encouraging bottom-up influence and leadership, the network is created as a meeting place for collective expertise and as a forum for exchange of ideas amongst researchers. If you are not already a member and would like to join, if you have suggestions for the development of the fellowship, or any news to add to the Newsletter, please contact Cerina Wittbom.