The APRI

The Austrian Polar Research Institute (APRI) is a research consortium that promotes and coordinates research and education in the area of polar sciences at the participating organisations.

The APRI involves about 50 scientists in 14 research groups. Read More

Jason Box on FM4

As a teaser for tonight’s keynote by Jason Box at the 5th Anniversary of the Austrian Polar Research Institute, you can now tune in on FM4 and listen to him talk about the Dark Snow project and the melting Arctic:

Climate scientist Jason Box and the Dark Snow Project | Reality Check, 10.4. | Radio FM4 | @radiofm4

http://fm4.ORF.at/player/20180410/RC/133937

Hope to see many of you tonight!

Fifth Anniversary of the Austrian Polar Research Institute

The Austrian Polar Research Institute celebrates its fifth Anniversary on April 10th in the Sky-Lounge of the University of Vienna, Oscar-Morgenstern-Platz 1, 1090 Vienna. We are happy to announce that Jason Box, professor in glaciology at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland will give a keynote on “Arctic land ice and global sea level” for the occasion. Furthermore, members of the APRI will give an insight into the past and future research activities of the Institute, and a poster exhibition will provide a glimpse into current research project of the different APRI working groups. Afterwards there will be an informal reception.

We hope to see many of you there!

The program can be viewed here:

Program APRI Anniversary

 

Faculty

APRI Faculty Members