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Monday 30 November
Kick-off is held to launch the Umeå Transformation Research Initiative (UTRI), funded by the principal.
Monday 30 November at 10:30 until Tuesday 1 December at 16:00
Tuesday 1 December
Introduction to the realm of GIS and hands-on experience of ArcGIS applications
Tuesday 1 December at 13:00 - 16:00
Getting to and from Umeå
VIVA Adult Education
The Swedish Migration Agency
The book "Prehistoric Ukraine: From the First Hunters to the First Farmers" is the first comprehensive compilation of Ukrainian prehistory. Participating as co-authors and editors are, among others, Malcolm Lillie and Chelsea Budd, both at the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Umeå University.
Welcome to a workshop about Geographical Information Systems (GIS) which is rapidly gaining in popularity with widespread applications in the practice, the sciences and the humanities.
Young academy of Sweden is looking for new members for 2021. Scientists who have defended their dissertations a maximum of ten years ago are welcome to apply. In the academy, leading younger researchers meet to discuss and pursue issues that in a broad sense concern research and science.
Philip Buckland, Associate Professor of Environmental Archeology and Director of the Environmental Archeology Laboratory and the Strategic Environmental Archeology Database (SEAD), Infrastructure for Archeology at Umeå University, Philip Buckland has been elected to "The Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC) Expert Group on Nordic FAIR Data Collaboration Opportunities".