THIRD AND FINAL ANNUAL MEETING
14-18 October 2017, Reykjavík, Iceland


The meeting will be held jointly with the ARCPATH annual meeting. ARCPATH: Arctic Climate Predictions – Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies, is a Nordic Centre of Excellence funded by NordForsk for the period 2016-2020.

    Agenda:

  • Day 0 (17:30-19:00, October 14th) Joint GREENICE-ARCPATH Stakeholder Meeting
    • this is a session during the Arctic Circle 2017 Assembly for which registration is necessary. We warmly recommend those who can to attend the entire assembly (13-15 Oct.). More information here: www.arcticcircle.org and Session Description.
  • Networking Dinner 1 (19:00, October 15th) NORDIC HOUSE, Sæmundargötu 11, 101 Reykjavik
  • Day 1 (09:00-17:00, October 16th) Science Day for GREENICE-ARCPATH
  • Day 2 (09:00-17:00, October 17th) Science Day for GREENICE-ARCPATH
  • Networking Dinner 2 (19:00, October 17th) MATUR OG DRYKKUR, Grandargarður 2, 101 Reykjavik
  • Day 3 (09:00-12:00, October 18th) Management meeting for NordForsk ARCPATH WP leaders and Partner PIs
    Venue:

  • Day 0 (14.10.2017) – ARCPATH-GREENICE session in meeting room RIMA A of the Harpa Conference Center, Reykjavík, Iceland. Updated info at www.arcticcircle.org.
  • Day 1 (16.10.2017) – conference room at the Nordic House, Sæmundargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. You may choose to have lunch there or at the Háma cafeteria (see Day 2) a short walking distance away.
  • Day 2 (17.10.2017) – room HT-303 on the third floor of the building “Háskólatorg” of the University of Iceland.
    Lunch will take place at the Háma cafeteria, one floor down from the meeting room. Address and map.
  • Day 3 (18.10.2017) – ARCPATH management meeting at room G-215 on 2nd floor of the building “Gímli” of the University of Iceland. Address and map.
    How to get there
    From KEF airport, a great option is the flybus: https://www.re.is/flybus/.
    The buses are scheduled to leave the airport according to flight arrivals (and will adapt to delayed flights); and from the city they depart every 30min between 2:00am and 22:30. The journey takes around 45 min. You can take the bus to/from the central bus stop (4500 ISK return) or to/from your guesthouse/hotel/apartment/university (5500 ISK return ticket). The latter involves a guided transfer to a smaller shuttle at the central bus station. More info on their website.
    Money:
    Icelandic people mainly use cards. If you feel more comfortable having a bit of cash with you, use a cash machine once you are in Reykjavik. All taxis, buses, restaurants, shops usually prefer cards. Don’t forget your pin number!
    Tipping is not expected in Iceland, not even in taxis.
    Water:
    Icelandic water is one of the best in the world so please consider your health and the environment and do not buy bottled water.
    Accommodation:

  • The following rooms have been pre-booked at Sunna Guesthouse until 1st March 2017:
    • 5 single with shared bathroom
    • 5 double with shared bathroom
    • 5 rooms with en suite bathroom
    • 5 deluxe/studio with en suite bathroom (can be single or double)
  • For more details visit the website: www.sunna.is

  • To book your room, contact: booking(at)sunna.is , before 1st March.
  • Mention that you are booking from the Stefansson Institute to benefit from the 15% discount for the listed rates below (in ISK, Icelandic krona).
    • SINGLE Basic room, shared bath – 15000kr
    • SINGLE Twin room with bath, single use – 18600kr
    • SINGLE Deluxe room w/bath – 22600kr
    • DOUBLE Basic room, shared batch – 19200kr
    • DOUBLE Twin room w/bath – 23900kr
    • DOUBLE Deluxe room w/bath – 28100kr
  • Discount is valid for rooms booked before 1st March for a stay 12-19th October 2017. Booking on a first-come-first-served basis. A credit card is needed to confirm the booking. Payments are made individually on arrival. Cancellation policy: for cancellations made less than 48 hours before arrival, the total cost of stay will be charged to the card. Breakfast and VAT included. Environmental tax 333kr/night not included.

SECOND ANNUAL MEETING
13-14 June 2016, Bergen, Norway


The Second Annual Meeting took place upon the occasion of the successful workshop on Climate Prediction in the Arctic-Atlantic Sector.

Further information HERE.
FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
09-10 March 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark


The First Annual Meeting was successfully carried out at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI).

We would like to thank Shuting Yang, Marianne Madsen and Bo Christiansen from DMI for hosting and co-organising this meeting. Many thanks also to all the participants!

KICK-OFF MEETING
13 February 2014, Bergen, Norway


The Kick-Off meeting was successfully carried out at the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC).
From left to right, top to bottom row:  Níels Einarsson, Vladimir Semenov, Tarjei Breiteig, Sergey Gulev, Yongqi Gao, Bernt Viggo Matheussen, Torben Königk, Astrid Ogilvie, Camille Li, Shuting Yang, Martin King, Linglin Chen, Mahaut de Vareilles, Markus Meier, Noel Keenlyside, Ina Kindem. Photo: Gudrun Sylte, Bjerknes Center for Climate Research (BCCR)

From left to right, top to bottom row: Níels Einarsson, Vladimir Semenov, Tarjei Breiteig, Sergey Gulev, Yongqi Gao, Bernt Viggo Matheussen, Torben Königk, Astrid Ogilvie, Camille Li, Shuting Yang, Martin King, Linglin Chen, Mahaut de Vareilles, Markus Meier, Noel Keenlyside, Ina Kindem. Photo: Gudrun Sylte, Bjerknes Center for Climate Research (BCCR)


A big THANKS to the local organisers and to all the participants!
Presentations available in the Partners area HERE.