Climate change and development of the arctic population

The Arctic Science Summit Week 2019 will take place
from 22nd to 30th of May, 2019 in Northern (Arctic) Federal University
and Northern State Medical University, Russia, Arkhangelsk.
Under the auspices of International Arctic Science Committee,
participants from more than 23 countries and regions will be involved.

Call for science symposium session is accessible now, 
you can submit your proposals following this link - abstract.
Abstracts can be submitted until 28 February, 2019. 
The deadline of applications submission for the participants of the summit is 31 March, 2019. 

If you are late or have any questions about registration, contact us please at info@assw2019.science
We will do our best to solve your problem on an individual basis. 

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    summit program

    Important Dates

    28 February

    23:59

    Early Registration Deadline

    28 February

    23:59

    Abstract Submission Deadline

    8 MARCH

    23:59

    Community meetings request deadline

    31 March

    23:59

    Visa Letter Application Deadline

    15 May

    23:59

    Registration Deadline

    Summit dates

    May 22-23

    08:30

    IASC & Partner Meetings

    May 24-25

    08:30

    Science Days: keynotes, sessions, and poster presentations

    May 26

    08:30

    Partner Meetings, sessions

    May 27

    08:30

    Business day (presentations, sessions, IASC medal, dinner)

    May 28

    08:30

    Indigenous people day & Science Day (sessions & posters)

    May 29-30

    08:30

    Optional Excursions

    speakers

    Speakers are qualified experts in their fields who have a huge professional reserve and desire to share it with you.

    Professor

    Anatoly Soloviev

    Dynamics of changes in the magnetic field of the Arctic

    Professor

    Alexander Volkov

    Mineral resources of the Arctic regions of Russia and the problems of their development

    Professor

    Leopold Lobkovsky

    Geodynamics and potentially dangerous processes on the Arctic shelf

    Professor

    Liliya Dobrodeeva

    Features of the neuro-immune-endocrine regulation of human adaptation in the Arctic

    Professor

    Ivan Frolov

    Meteorology in Arctic Studies

    Professor

    Vladimir Melnikov

    Cold Arctic Resources

    Professor

    Dmitry Drozdov

    Cold Arctic Resources

    Professor

    Konstantin Kulikov

    Problems and Experience of Ensuring Radiation Safety of the Russian Arctic in Decommissioning and Rehabilitation of Radiation Hazardous Objects

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    International speakers

    Will be selected