CEC Fellows seminar on Scenarios, 2 Oct Web version
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Newsletter from CEC Fellows | September 2019
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CEC Fellows September 2019 newsletter
Dear colleagues,

CEC Fellows welcomes all members to participate in the third concept seminar on Scenarios, at the 2nd of October. Researchers from different disciplines will give their views to straightening out the concept of Scenario as a research perspective for us. We are planning one more seminar during autumn 2019, and if you have suggestions for a concept to discuss please let us know!

Please note that RQ20 plans for Lund University site visits during the time period 4-8 May 2020. It is advisable not to book other activities during this period.

The CEC is recruiting! Read more about the open positions at the CEC web page.

We wish you a great summer,
Cerina, Yann and Lina

Upcoming events

And even more things going on – check the CEC calendar
Information – Opportunities, conferences, news from our community
Financial support for Open Access publishing fees: The University has a new deal with Springer which means that you pay no publishing fee to publish open access in their pure OA journals. Also, the University has allocated central funds since 2008 for promoting publishing in OA journals. The university has various deals with several publishers which means that you pay no publishing fee to publish open access in their hybrid journals.

Swedish Ethical Review Authority: A new ethic review management system will be introduced during 2020, replacing the one that has been developed in Prisma. Prisma closes for ethics applications at the 27th of September, and a new procedure opens at the 7th of October. (Swedish only)

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 
one sentence on your last publication and what can you bring into CEC fellows?
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Carlos Martinez Avila - post-doc
Keywords: Stakeholder participation, green space, governance, sustainable cities

1. My PhD thesis investigates the emerging role of stakeholder participation as an approach to the planning, design and construction of property development projects. The thesis presents a framework for how to engage various stakeholders throughout the property development process.You find the thesis here.

2.The knowledge about the potential of stakeholder participation to achieve more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities.

Know more? -click here
1334 Karin Lundgren Kownacki
Karin Lundgren Kownacki - researcher
Keywords: Medical and Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Heat stress, Climate Change

1. My latest publication is a literature review describing how severe heat can occur and be identified in urban indoor environments, and what actions can be taken on the local scale. You find the publication here.

2. The climate change and health connection, in particular risk management, decent work aspects and sustainable cooling solutions

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.