Upcoming and past events of the CEC Fellows
The CEC Fellows organizes seminars, meetings and other events, with the aim of stimulating and enabling new interdisciplinary research endeavors in the field of environmental and climate research. Please let us know if you have ideas and suggestions for future events, and indeed feedback on past activities, your input is much appreciated and very important!
CEC Fellows seminar series on concepts, 2020
CEC Fellows welcomes all members to the seminar series on concepts. We continue to arrange the successful and appreciated seminars during 2020. The invited presenting researchers bring out a basic concept, central for their research, which can be difficult to grasp for researchers in other disciplines. The purpose with the seminars is to meet new people, learn new things and to create an understanding of how to make interesting interdisciplinary research projects that are of interest to everyone involved.
During 2019, four concept seminars were arranged with the focus on Governance, Landscape, Scenario and Capacity building.
The 2019 concept seminars
If you have suggestions for concepts to discuss, please let us know!
Seminar no.7: September 24 - Power
On the seventh seminar will take Power as point of departure. Researchers from five different research fields will give presentations on how the concept is used in and the relation to their research. Register before September 22. The seminar will be broadcasted online, and a link will be sent out to all registered participants.
Seminar no.6: May 20 – Food Security
The sixth seminar will take the concept Food Security as point of departure. Researchers from different research fields will give presentations on how the concept is used in and the relation to their research. Register before May 19. The seminar will be broadcasted online, and a link will be sent out to all registered participants.
Seminar no.5: February 26 – Resilience
The fifth seminar will discuss the concept Resilience. Researchers from different research fields will give presentations on how the concept is used in and the relation to their research. Register before February 19.
Alexander, D. E. (2013). Resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction: An Etymological Journey. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Discuss, 1257–1284.
Open brainstorming meeting about the Formas and Vinnova joint call "AI in the service of climate": 4 June 2020, at 13.30–15.00 in Zoom
CEC Fellows welcomes everyone interested in AI and/or climate research to a Zoom meeting. The aim of the meeting is to give a brief overview of the call and to listen to different ideas of research topics/ questions/ collaborations/ networks etc. If you would like to present an idea of a whole proposal that could be submitted, a concept/ idea for proposal, please email in advance a tentative title for such proposal to Cerina Wittbom.
cerina [dot] wittbom [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se