Data Science in the High North

The project “Data Science in the High North: Collaborative Learning and Research” is collaboration between UiO, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan, and Virginia Tech. USA. It offers unique possibility for bachelor and master students to study the global effects of space weather in an international environment.

Space Weather Science School 2017

From June 18th to June 24th we will bring together 18 students and 3 instructors from Japan, the US, and Norway to participate in the Space Weather Science School 2017, the second installment of the summer schools planned as part of the project “Data Science in the High North: Collaborative Learning and Research”.

If you are a bachelor student, the school will give you the unique opportunity to study global effects of space weather in an international environment.

And the best thing about it? SWSS2017 will be at the Hotel Asia Center of Japan (http://www.asiacenter.or.jp/eng/), located smack-bang in the middle of Tokyo! (http://www.asiacenter.or.jp/eng/access/?_ga=1.89173915.1607703479.1486053202).

So if you want to join us for a one week, all expenses paid trip to Japan involving lots of cool science with real data, apply now! Prepare your CV (including previous courses and grades) and a short statement highlighting why you would like to participate in the SWSS2017 and send it before March 1st to Lasse Clausen.

Here you will find more info:
http://bit.ly/1oEPSO3

 

 


The Space Weather Science School is a part of the project “Data Science in the High North: Collaborative Learning and Research”, and is collaboration between UiO, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan, and Virginia Tech. USA. The project is supported by the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education through the High North Programme

 

 

Published Mar. 26, 2016 4:43 AM - Last modified Feb. 3, 2017 1:18 PM