Annual meeting, publication list, jobs, use of redmine

Added by Chiara Bearzotti 14 days ago

Annual meeting Blue-Action in 2018: registration mandatory!
You necessarily need to use this page for registration: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/annual-meeting-blue-action-project-2018-tickets-37720648475
Hotel suggestions in Bologna: http://www.blueaction.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/blueaction/2018_Annual_Meeting/Hotel-Suggestions-Bologna.pdf Please note that NO block reservation has been made.
Updates on this event in our intranet (Agenda...): https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/issues/7903

A new job position has been opened at Marine Scotland Science
Physical Oceanographer - Marine Scotland Science
Deadline for application: 19 December 2017 at midnight
Interviews expected early January 2018.
Marine Scotland Science is currently seeking applications for a Physical Oceanographer within the Oceanography Group of Marine Scotland Science (MSS) based in Aberdeen. This is a permanent appointment. The very diverse duties of this post include data acquisition (including in the field and going to sea), processing and quality assurance, scientific programming and interaction with specialist oceanographic instrumentation.
For more details, please visit https://applications.work-for-scotland.org/pages/job_search_view.aspx?preview=preview&jobId=9581

Editable list of publications in the redmine
  • Please add the publications acknowledging Blue-Action to this list: https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/wiki/Blue-Action_publications_and_other_publications
    This list is editable by all Blue-Action registered intranet users.
  • In a second list (same page!) it is possible to add publications you contributed to, but where the acknowledgment sentence of the project contribution is not appearing.
    We do not publish the full PDFs of the peer-reviewed articles here, we just add the references for a citation and DOI to the lists.
    How to acknowledge then Blue-Action project in your peer-reviewed article? Just add this sentence to the article: "This research was supported by the Blue-Action project (European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, grant number: 727852)."

We need your logos please!
Please upload the logo of your organization in this page of the redmine: https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/wiki/Logos_of_all_partners

Did you know…?
We share a calendar in the redmine where you can see and keep track of all the events we attend and contribute to, with relevant documents, such as presentations: https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/issues/calendar
You can filter the events by clicking on “Status”, pick “any” and adding the filter “Tracker” and selecting “is” “Meeting”.
Lots of interesting stuff here to share with colleagues. Have a look.


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