Welcome to this autumn`s first CIRFA seminar. The seminar will be given by Robbie Mallett on “Snow on Arctic sea ice – much still to learn from Soviet Drifting stations”. Welcome!
Have you wondered how sea ice maps can be provided for vast and remote areas? Read on when you are curious to learn about mapping sea ice from space!
Katalin Blix, Muhammad Asim, Atsushi Matsuoka and Torbjørn Eltoft are giving a special course on Ocean Color Remote Sensing.
The thinning and retreating of the Arctic sea ice has led to increased human presence in Arctic seas. Marine traffic is likely to increase in the future, as are activities such as fishing, oil and mineral exploitation. All these activities increase the risk for oil spills in ice-covered waters. Yet, the technology used to monitor…
The Department of Physics and Technology (IFT) at UiT The Arctic University of Tromsø has an open permanent position as a professor/associate professor in Earth Observation.
CIRFA`s annual report for 2020 is now available. Read about the research and innovation highlights and a summary of the activities.
Rolf-Ole Rydeng Jenssen and Artem Moiseev both completed their PhDs this May – a big stepping stone on what is still to come. CIRFA is proud of you and we are curious to see you grow even more.
Muhammad Asims new paper addresses new methodologies for remote sensing of marine Chlorophyll-a (Chl-a) with emphasis on the Barents Sea.
Camilla Brekke from CIRFA and the Department of Physics and Technology is the new pro-rector for research at UiT. She will start in August, together with the new rector Dag Rune Olsen and pro-rector for education, Kathrine Tveiterås. Camilla is looking forward to new tasks and challenges to support innovative research at UiT. CIRFA is congratulating!
Welcome to ‘Behind the Scenes’, the podcast series of the EU Research and Innovation Exhibition, part of the EU Research and Innovation Days 2021. The episode “A village on ice” is connected to the MOSAiC expedition and open questions in Earth climate sciences, but it also talks about Polona Itkins background and what inspired her to become a researcher.