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Climate Summer School 2020 postponed to 2022

The Swiss Climate Summer School "Extreme weather and climate: from atmospheric processes to impacts on ecosystems and society place" has been postponed to 2022. There will be a new call issued in September 2021. Accepted participants for the postponed event will have to apply again. In 2021, the Swiss Climate Summer School entitled “Vegetation, Land surface and Climate Interactions" will take place in Ticino, Southern Switzerland. Swiss Climate Summer Schools are open to young researchers (PhD and Postdoc) from all fields of climate research. The call will be launched in September 2020. 

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Excellent master students

10 February 2020

Markus Grimmer and Louis Frey who were the top climate master’s students last year have been awarded the 2019 Oeschger Young Scientist’s Prize. In an interview, they talked about their reasons for doing a master’s degree in climate sciences. “It was only when I started attending lectures in climate and environmental history that I realized that my interests inb physics and history could be combined in a climate master's degree”, Markus Grimmer said. Louis Frey chose the Graduate School of Climate Sciences in Bern "because of the huge selection of courses" and because he could start studying immediately.

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