Nansen Early Career Award 2021

 

Every year, the Arctic Frontiers teams up with the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) Norway to organize a Nansen poster award for early career presenters. This year was unique. Approximately 50% of presenters at the science conference were early-career scientists, and we decided to give early-career scientists a chance to evaluate their peers’ works.

We are happy to announce the five winners of the Nansen Early Career Award this year: Emre Sari, Luisa von Albedyll, Sigfrid Kjeldaas, Matilda Hallerstig, and Masoud Naseri. Arctic Frontiers offers a free conference registration (physical or digital) at one of the upcoming Arctic Frontiers conferences (2022, 2023, or 2024). Congratulations, and we look forward to seeing the winners at future Arctic Frontiers conferences!

We thank Ariadna Szczybelski and Erin Kunisch from APECS Norway for organizing the review process and many of the early career presenters contributing to the review.

 

Details of the studies:

 

Neighbourhood Health Behavior Effects on Body-Mass Index: Evidence from The Tromsø Study

Sari, Emre (1; presenting author); Moilanen, Mikko (2); Njølstad, Inger (3); Grimsgaard, Sameline (3)

(1) UiT The Arctic University of Norway – School of Business & Economics, (2) UiT The Arctic University of Norway –  The School of Business & Economics, (3) UiT The Arctic University of Norway – Department of Community Medicine

Session 1: Arctic health and social inequalities in health

 

The trouble maker – time series of sea ice deformation during MOSAiC

von Albedyll, Luisa (1; presenting author); Hutchings, Jennifer (2); Haas, Christian (1,3); Hoppmann, Mario (1); Hwang, Byongjun (4); Itkin, Polona (5); Lei, Ruibo (6); Watkins, Daniel (2); Haapala, Jari (7)

(1) Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, (2) College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, (3) University of Bremen, (4) University of Huddersfield, (5) UiT Arctic University of Norway, (6) MNR Key Laboratory for Polar Science, Polar Research Institute of China, (7) Finnish Meteorological Institute

Session 5: The coupled Arctic system: Improved understanding from recent international campaigns

 

Advancing new Arctic voices from old historical sources

Kjeldaas, Sigfrid (1; presenting author); Høvik, Ingeborg* (2); Aamold, Svein* (2) [* all authors equally contributed to the study]

(1) UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Department of Culture and Literature, Norway; (2) UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Session 2: Who gets to tell the Arctic stories?

 

How grid-spacing and convection representation affected the wind speed forecasts of four polar lows

Hallerstig, Matilda (1; presenting author)

(1) NORCE Climate

Session 6: Advanced prediction capabilities for the Arctic and beyond

 

Spray icing modelling and decision support in the Norwegian Arctic regions

Naseri, Masoud (1; presenting author); Samuelsen, Eirik Mikal (2,3); Ræder, Truls Bakkejord (4); Abdel-Fattah, Dina (5)

(1) UiT The Arctic University of Norway, (2) Norwegian Meteorological Institute, (3) Department of Physics and Technology, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, (4) SINTEF Nord AS, (5) Department of Technology and Safety, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway

Session 3: Valuing the digital ocean

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