Courses and workshops
ClimBEco PhD courses generally hold the format of one intensive study week and are free of charge. The courses are open for all students that meet admission requirements, but priority will be given to PhD students participating in ClimBEco.
Costs for travel and accommodation in connection to participating in courses within the ClimBEco programme will be covered for PhD students currently enrolled in the research school.
To be eligible for support, active attendence on all mandatory activities within ClimBEco is required. If this criterion of active participation is not met, ClimBEco can deny the student support (i.e. course fee, travel and accommodation costs, etc). See the requirements of active participation page (new window).
Below you will find information on how to book travel and accommodation.
Travel instructions for ClimBEco PhD students (PDF, 496 kB, new window)
ClimBEco courses, spring 2020
From research to policy for sustainable development
18-20 February, 31 March, 1-2 April 2020, University of Gothenburg
Course description (PDF, 546 kB, new window)
Course homepage (new window)
Course registration is done by e-mailing Daniel Slunge (daniel [dot] slunge [at] gu [dot] se)
Last day to apply: 31 January 2020
From CO2 in situ measurements to carbon balance maps as a tool to support national carbon accounting
Environmental DNA (eDNA) methods in ecology and conservation
Introduction to R
Global change in the arctic - practical effects and their evaluation
22 June - 4 July 2020, Lund University
Course syllabus (PDF, 431 kB, new window)
Course registration is done by sending an e-mail to Veiko Lehsten (veiko [dot] lehsten [at] nateko [dot] lu [dot] se)
Last day to apply: 29 February 2020
See a list of previous ClimBEco courses, 2015-present (PDF, 438 kB, new window)
Anna Ekberg (anna [dot] ekberg [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se), coordinator
Phone: +46 70 399 70 78