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So far Charlotte Weber has created 7 blog entries.

Oh, sweet summer school: sweat, science, and surprises!

2017-08-18T13:52:57+00:00 August 18th, 2017|

By Charlotte Weber, It is summer, and in a PhD student’s life this only means one thing – no, not holidays – but time to go for a summer school! That sounds fun, doesn’t it? But what is a summer school and why should I go there? First of all, summer schools usually provide intense courses [...]

Writing, reading, visualizing – a story about SAF21 collaboration and how a team can make you stronger

2017-09-11T10:02:46+00:00 May 11th, 2017|

By Charlotte Weber, This last spring, during April 2017 I spent my days at the Center for Policy Modelling at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) in the UK. A collaboration with my fellow SAF21 colleague Shaheen Syed is what had brought me there in the first place. He had been working on some interesting research, where he [...]

SAF21 at Eurodoc Conference 2017

2017-08-18T13:55:57+00:00 April 27th, 2017|

Our ESR Charlotte Weber is currently in Oslo, participating in the EuroDoc Conference on Open Science. On Thursday, she will present the SAF21 training network to the European delegates of doctoral organizations to show the innovative training approach of the project. In addition, Charlotte also joined the Eurodoc Work Group on doctoral training to support doctoral [...]

SAF21 goes PechaKucha

2017-08-18T13:56:06+00:00 January 30th, 2017|

Every year, the Arctic Frontiers conference is held in Tromsø to bring together science, policy and business to discuss current state, trends and future outlook for the Arctic from multiple angles. To let the conference end in a more casual format on Friday, the 27th of January, nine scientists were invited for presentation at the PechaKucha [...]

What a stupid question to ask!

2017-08-18T11:44:38+00:00 June 21st, 2016|

By Charlotte Weber, Reflections on the ICES MSEAS Young Researchers Workshop in Brest, June 2016 This June I had the great pleasure to be accepted for presentation at the ICES MSEAS conference with the theme: “Understanding marine socio-ecological systems: including the human dimension in Integrated Ecosystem Assessments”. Apart from presenting my research I also attended the [...]

You can do it – with a flip chart!

2017-08-18T11:46:41+00:00 May 10th, 2016|

By Charlotte Weber, Ongoing fisheries research is happening right now in Tromsø: Here is a prime example of collaboration between people, projects, and disciplines! Yesterday, Melania and I got together with John Pope, who is currently involved in the running EU project MareFrame. We had agreed to collaborate on a paper, which we will present at the [...]

How to bake sustainable fisheries – a recipe

2017-08-18T11:46:58+00:00 March 10th, 2016|

By Charlotte Weber, Fisheries face many problems today, from overfishing and overcapacity to the extinction of key species and an overall degradation of the marine environment. So in order to improve the overall situation, making things better for the fish, the oceans and the people working in fisheries, we need to become more sustainable in our [...]