AAU Arctic is a cross-faculty platform for cooperation in Arctic-related research across scientific disciplines at Aalborg University.
About AAU Arctic
Aalborg University's Centre for Arctic-related research, AAU Arctic, is a newly established cross-faculty platform for cooperation between researchers at Aalborg University, who has an interest in the Arctic.
AAU Arctic seeks to facilitate collaboration in Arctic research among AAU researchers internally as well as between AAU researches and external partners.
The geographical area of interest for AAU Arctic is the Circumpolar North (incl. Greenland, the Faroe Islands, the northern parts of Scandinavia, Canada, Alaska and Russia, the North Atlantic and the Polar Sea).
AAU Arctic activities
The portfolio of AAU Arctic activities includes:
- Hosting of research seminars
- Networking activities
- Dissemination of arctic research e.g. through publication of articles and hosting of seminars
- Facilitation of strategic cooperation with external partners
- Coordination of fundraising for research projects
Cooperation with CIRCLA
AAU Arctic is in close collabouration with Aalborg University's Center for Innovation and Research in Culture and Living in the Arctic (CIRCLA). Visit the CIRCLA website to learn more.
This website will continually be expanded as new AAU Arctic activities are initiated.
News from AAU Arctic
Associate Professor at Aalborg University, Alyne Elizabeth Delaney participated in the symposium "On Land, Water and Ice: Indigenous Societies and the Changing Arctic" last week at Hokkaido University in Japan
"It was an excellent panel which spoke to current realities and future prospects in terms of climate change, and the political climate. We had lots of interesting questions and interactions, and given Greenland’s unique situation compared to the rest of the Arctic, meant symposium participants were really engaged and interested," Alyne Elizabeth Delaney says.
Tema: Fremtidens polarforskning.
Contact AAU Arctic
Secretary Ulla Søndergaard
+45 9940 3696