9 September 2021
Information from Management
A gentle reminder that from Thursday September 16, we start the gradual return to the workplace at CEC and LU. On Tuesday, the Government announced plans to lift several restrictions from 29 September. The Governments new announcement does not affect the decisions made previously by the Vice Chancellor and the plan for a gradual return still applies. However, details in the CEC plan could be adjusted due to the new regulations and if this is the case you will be informed. For questions, please contact your line manager. More information is also available on both CEC’s Staff pages and LU’s Staff pages, if you click on the links below.
Information on CEC’s Staff Pages – cec.lu.se
Information on LU’s Staff Pages – lu.se
The autumn semester has started, and we are happy to welcome new and previous students back. The education is carried out in a hybrid form of on campus and online teaching.
You have the possibility to propose a new Honorary Doctor at the Faculty of Science. More information in the attached documents (in Swedish). Please contact Per at latest on 24 September if you have any suggestions.
Last, but not least, we want you to save the date for an after-work event on Tuesday, 5 October, when we plan to meet outside the Ecology building starting at 16:00. More information will come.
It is now confirmed that Wilhelm May is our Principal Health and safety representative, and Marianne Hall is our Substitute health and safety representative, covering area 17.6 Center for Environmental and Climate Science, CEC (incl. Environmental Science, BECC, MERGE). The Ecology building + field stations Norunda & Hyltemossa.
Contact details and more information on Staff Pages – cec.lu.se
Café Le Mani, located in the foyer of the Ecology building will re-open on 20 September. We look forward to welcoming Armando back!
Friday Breakfast Talk
Friday, 10 September @ 10:15 – Hanna Voog from Lund University Library will present the new Research portal.
Friday, 17 September @ 10:15 – Creating and Amplifying Research Impact through Massive Open Online Courses by Associate Professor Kes McCormick.View a selection of MOOCs at City Futures Academy
Grand seminar: The recent IPCC report, extreme weather events and implications for societyThe seminar is co-organized by the national Strategic Research Areas BECC and MERGE, together with the Thematic Collaboration Initiative LU Land. The aim of this event is to discuss the results of the recent IPCC report and its implications for research and society in the light of this summer’s extreme weather events. The seminar will be in English, but you are welcome to ask questions in Swedish.
Date & Time: Thursday, 16 September at 13:00 – 15:00
Venue: Zoom (link will be sent out to all who have registered the day before the seminar)
Grand seminar: The recent IPCC report, extreme weather events and implications for society – cec.se
Would you like to help researchers understand how children are affected by air pollution?Researchers at Lund University are looking for children / adolescents aged 8-18 years for a lung function test. The aim is to gain a better understanding of how the lung develops as we grow - and how this affects the sensitivity to air pollution in children.
Lungmodell för att förstå hälsoeffekter av luftföroreningar | Ergonomi och Aerosolteknologi - lth.se
Doctoral Supervision at the Faculty of Science
The course provides a qualification to work as an assistant supervisor for doctoral students at the Faculty of Science. The course has two parts. The first part provides knowledge of the basic procedures involved in research programmes, focusing on rules and systems at the Faculty of Science. The second part provides insights into basic aspects of the dual role as supervisor and researcher, and of supervision as teamwork. The course will be held on 9 December, 09.00–16.00 via ZoomThe registration deadline is 25 November.
Apply for the course Doctoral Supervision at the Faculty of Science – A Basic Introduction
Syllabus: Doctoral Supervision at the Faculty of Science – A Basic Introduction
Pictures and videos during your time at CEC – GDPR
During your time at CEC there will be pictures taken and videos shot at staff meetings etc. If you do not wish to appear in photos, videos etc. please notify anna_maria [dot] erling [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (anna_maria[dot]erling[at]cec[dot]lu[dot]se) orstina [dot] johannesson [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (stina[dot]johannesson[at]cec[dot]lu[dot]se)
Information about data protection at Lund University – lu.se
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