Cross-disciplinary CNDS commentary accepted for publication
A new commentary titled An integrative research framework to unravel the interplay of natural hazards and vulnerabilities, written by a broad group of CNDS researchers has been accepted for publication in the open access journal Earth's future.
Hello there Mathilde de Goër
From the first of February until the end of June we have the fortune of having an intern here at CCS. Mostly she has been studying hard but at her spare time she has been keeping herself busy with enjoying the Swedish winter. We asked her to tell us more!
Hi, Mathilde! Could you introduce herself?
New PhD students at CCS
Since 15 January there are two new PhD students at CCS: Åsa Davidsson and Magdalena Nordsäter. Both are affiliated to CNDS research school and have just returned from the Swedish Defense University in Stockholm where they met with the other PhD students in CNDS for the first time. We took the opportunity and asked Åsa and Magdalena to tell us a little bit about themselves and what they have been up to in Stockholm.
Postdoc on methodology and tools for risk assessment
PhD Tonje Grahn has been granted two years of postdoc-financing by the Swedish civil contingencies agency, MSB. The aim of Tonje's project is to analyze transferability and applicability of the North American Hazus-methodology and software to Sweden and the Swedish situation.
CNDS PhD Summer School
This years joint CNDS/EGU Summer School: "Natural Hazards in the Anthropocene” is now accepting applications.
This summer school is designed for PhD students and postdocs, and is jointly supported by the European Geosciences Union, EGU, who are funding some travel grants for participants. Application deadline is 20 April.