The overall ambition of CIRFA is that the centre will become a knowledge hub for research and development on Arctic surveillance technologies, with leading expertise in disciplines such as remote sensing, signal processing, radar technology, RPAS technology, data assimilation and numerical modelling. CIRFA builds on broad competence in remote sensing, and takes advantage of the considerable infrastructure, that has been built up in Tromsø over the recent decades. The core CIRFA team consists of leading senior scientists, PhDs and Post Docs in addition to industry representatives and innovation experts.
CIRFA is hosted by the Department of Physics and Technology at UiT the Arctic University of Norway. CIRFA is one of 17 Centres for Research-based Innovation (SFI) granted in 2014. The purpose of an SFI is to build up and strengthen Norwegian research groups that work in close collaboration with partners from innovative industry and public enterprises. The Research Council of Norway (RCN project number 237906), together with the partners, Troms fylkeskommune, and the host institution, provides the funding for the centre.
CIRFA Seminar Thursday 14 November 14:00-15:00 CIRFA welcomes you to a seminar presented by Alister Everett, MET Norway followed by a presentation by Tom Rune Lauknes and Rolf-Ole Rydeng Jensen, Norce. Date/time: Thursday 14 November, 14:00-15:00 Venue: CIRFA, SIVA Innovation Centre (Forskningsparken) Online: https://connect.uninett.no/cirfa-seminar The title of the presentation by Alister Everett is: The Ice…Read More »
The Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI) in Tromsø, Norway invites applications for a postdoctoral research fellow position in observational sea ice research linked to remote sensing in our Research Department, Section for Ocean and Sea Ice. The position has a duration of three years. The position is part of the collaboration the Norwegian Polar Institute has…Read More »
We will soon announce a vacant Postdoctoral Research Fellow position in the area of optical remote sensing for biochemical water quality parameter retrieval affiliated with the research project Nansen Legacy. A link to the announcement will be found here when available.Read More »
PhD Student Richard Hann received an oustanding oral presentation award from the SAE at their International Icing conference 2019. Congratulation!!!!! He gave two talks: 1) «Experimental Investigations of an Icing Protection System for UAVs” and 2) “UAV Icing: Ice Accretion Experiments and Validation”Read More »
When: 15-16 October 2019 Where: Sommarøy Arctic Hotel AS Registration: Registration here!P Practical information Time: Tuesday 15 October – Wednesday 16 October, 2019 Venue: Sommarøy Arctic Hotel Registration fee: There is no registration fee for the participants, and bus transportation, as well as meals, are provided free of cost. The cost of accommodation is not…Read More »
The registration for the CIRFA Annual Conference 2019 is now open. We look forward to welcoming all participants to Sommarøy in October! </p>Read More »
by Thomas Kræmer: “Sea Ice and Iceberg Service Demonstrations at CIRFA” and Johannes Lohse: “New Strategies for Automated Sea Ice Classification at CIRFA” Click here for the whole programRead More »
Ten talented doctoral candidates have been selected from UiT to participate and present their research in a popular scientific and entertaining way. PhD student Katalin Blix is one of the participants. If you want to attend the show and listen to the different presentations you can sign up by clicking here! You can find some…Read More »
Friday and Saturday, Thomas from WP7 attended as a solo participant in a hackathon organized by Startuplab, the Norwegian Space Center and CIRFA partner Equinor. Together with a team of three other solo participants they won one of the five prizes in the hackathon. hthttps://satellitehackathon.no/Read More »
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