A Forum for fusing Engineering, Science and Technology to address the challenges of the changing Arctic and Northern Oceans.
The Initiative on North and South Pole, supported by IEEE Technical Activities since 2017 went first South in Australia in 2017 and 2018, for the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Forum. This year we are moving to Helsinki, Finland, as the Arctic is the place where all Continents that were kept apart by a sea of ice are now connected through waters that global warming is rendering navigable.
We are proposing sessions around the following topics:
- Arctic Ecosystems under Change
- Observation Technologies (including Autonomous Systems)
- Applied Data Science
- Sustained Arctic Observations
There will also be a focus on on technologies to help gather and analyze data concerning changes in marine productivity in support of the Agreement to Prevent Unregulated High Seas Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean signed recently by nine countries and the European Union.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts. These will be reviewed for quality and relevance and authors will be advised of the outcome. Abstracts will be published on a web site and authors will be invited to present their work during the ANOF 2019 event.
Abstracts submission is open. Please click the link below to submit your abstract.
Conference registration will be open soon. Follow the link below to the registration page to register for the conference.
Below please find the schedule of registration fees for the conference.
|CATEGORY||UNTIL JUL 26
||AFTER JUL 26
|General||200 EUR||250 EUR|
|Student, Postdoctoral Fellow, Retirees, Indigenous||100 EUR||125 EUR|
|Guests for Social Events||50 EUR||50 EUR|
Schedule at a Glance
|Day 1||13:30 - 17:00||Observation Technologies||Room to be confirmed|
|Day 2||09:00 - 15:00||Observation Technologies||Room to be confirmed|
|Day 2||15:00 - 17:30||Applied Data Science||Room to be confirmed|
|Day 3||09:00 - 12:30||Sustaining Arctic Observations||Room to be confirmed|