Sept 17-20, 2019: Trainingschool on measuring and modelling gaseous emissions from livestock systems, Potsdam
The interdisciplinary training school provides hands-on training in measuring and modelling on gaseous (NH3, GHG) and aerosol (e.g. bacteria) emissions from animal housing and manure management systems. It will be accompanied by an intercultural training giving insights into mechanisms and opportunities of intercultural communication and collaboration.
Common measurement methods, conventional and emerging data analysis approaches as well as emission flow modelling techniques will be presented and discussed by experienced scientists from European and international institutions.
INFOS for participants on travel etc. see here.
The training school will be accompanied by an intercultural training giving insights into mechanisms and opportunities of intercultural communication and collaboration.
Preliminary programme (Download).
Postgraduate students, Early Career Investigators, and PostDocs dealing with monitoring and modelling indoor climate and gaseous emissions from animal production systems, transmission of particles and gases, atmospheric modelling, etc., from a wide range of disciplines; also from relevant research fields such as animal welfare, aerosol transmission or adaptation to climate change (particularly in hot climates).
There is no participation fee.
We kindly ask applicants from abroad to collect information on VISA regulations early, as an application might need some time (weeks to months)! (Link to Federal Foreign Office)
May 6, 2019: Application opens (via email, cf. Cost & Appl.)
June 9, 2019: Application is closed.
June 14, 2019: Information on participation - delayed.
Sept 16, 2019: Arrival of participants in Potsdam
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