International MOSAiC Science Conference/Workshop

IASC-funded activity
18 October 2021 - 22 October 2021
Berlin, Germany

The Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) was the largest Arctic expedition in our times and took place from September 2019 until October 2020. After years of planning under the umbrella of IASC and more than 80 institutions from 20 nations involved, the expedition was a big success and scientists collected tons of samples and terabytes of data.

One year after the expedition, a scientific MOSAiC conference/workshop will be held from 18 - 22 October in Berlin, Germany. The aim is to review the realized various instrumentations and measurements of the coupled Arctic climate system, to discuss the multifaceted linkages and key scientific results. The conference addresses the whole MOSAiC community including early career scientist and offers the chance to present the preliminary experimental and modelling results and to enhance the interaction and interlinkage between the different subsystems and with the modelling community to achieve a better understanding of the coupled Arctic climate system. The conference will advertise the unique data sets and attract the big modelling centers (e.g. from ECMWF and NOAA). In such a way the conference will function as big step towards the improvement of the sea ice and weather forecast and regional and global climate models.

More information will be availble in the coming months. 

The International MOSAiC Science Conference/Workshop is co-funded through the IASC cross-cutting funds with contributions from the IASC Atmosphere WG, Cryosphere WG and Marine WG


All Dates

  • From 18 October 2021 to 22 October 2021

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