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Possibility of application for doctoral studies in the discipline: Earth and related environmental sciences
Possibility of application for doctoral studies in the discipline: Earth and related environmental sciences
28-07-2022

PROPOSED TOPIC: "The use of the trichromatic colour perception mechanism and the traditional Forel and Ule scale in modern methods of monitoring optically complex marine waters".

The work will be carried out at the Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, as part of one of the doctoral schools co-led by the Institute, under the substantive supervision of dr hab. B. Woźniak, prof. IO PAN.

Official recruitment will be announced soon, but interested persons can initially contact the promoter (woznjr@iopan.pl).

Summer Meetings with Science 2022
Summer Meetings with Science 2022
27-06-2022

On Saturday, July 2, at 20:00, the jubilee 20th Summer Meetings with Science started, to which, on behalf of the organizers, we cordially invite all of interested!

The form of on-line meetings at: https://www.facebook.com/LetnieSpotkaniaZNauka/ 

Current information about Summer Meetings with Science

Program

United Nation Ocean Conference, Lisbon, Portugal,
United Nation Ocean Conference, Lisbon, Portugal,
27-06-2022

This year the United Nation Ocean Conference have taken place in Lisbon, Portugal on June 27 - July 1, 2022.

The Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences participated in 3 side events, by organizing an exhibition and gave speeches.

Official webpage of the conference:
https://www.un.org/en/konferencje/ocean2022

Side events co-organized by IO PAN:

1. Integrating Marine Litter Monitoring to Inform Action: A global instrument to tackle global pollution

2. The Ocean as a global common - connecting generations of stakeholders through storytelling

3. I LIVE BY THE SEA Workshop

AREX 2022
AREX 2022
16-06-2022

June 16, r/v Oceania started its 36th art expedition - AREX 2022 to the Norwegian Sea, Greenland Sea, Barents Sea, Fram Strait and Spitsbergen Fjords.
During the 3-month cruise, multidisciplinary research will be carried out, as a part of statutory tasks and many international research projects.
We wish the crew and our scientists successful winds and fruitful research and measurements.

Sopot Science Day
Sopot Science Day
06-06-2022

The tradition of the Picnic dates back to 2003 and the beginnings of the Baltic Science Festival, and for 14 years the Sopot Picnic has been an independent event organized by the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Sopot Scientific Society. Our goal is to provide all guests of the Picnic with a lot of fun while learning. Here you will meet specialists from various fields and anyone who is guided by curiosity and concern for the future of the world will be able to both broaden their knowledge and discuss their own ideas.

This year’s event was planned for Saturday, June 11 at the IO PAN in Sopot at ul. Powstańców Warszawy 55, from 10 am to 4 pm. On the square in front of the Institute various institutions presented their scientific and educational activities. In addition, interesting lectures and film screenings have been held in the Institute’s seminar room, and games, competitions and workshops for the youngest.

You're welcome!

Poster

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Polar Festival 2022
Polar Festival 2022
06-06-2022

On Saturday, June 4, the Polar Festival, organized by the Institute of Geophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, was held in Warsaw. More than a dozen Polish universities and institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences conducting polar research have organized their stands in the Amphitheater of the Wolski Cultural Center. Lectures and film screenings completed this science picnic.

IO PAN presented at the stand a film about the melting of glaciers from the 'ocean book' (Paulina Pakszys), lecture by J.M. Węsławski about biodiversity in the Arctic, a roller with the OCEANIA and a biogeographic competition on the board.

About 1000 people visited the festival, and at our stand we distributed all 100 pieces of the guide
game participants.