International Grant Opportunities for Young Researchers
Tips and Tricks for Writing A Strong and Successful Proposal
--- Paul Renaud, Akvaplaniva, Tromsø, Norway
About the APECS Research Funding Workshop:
As part of the Arctic Frontiers Young Scientist Forum, APECS hosted a workshop to help expose young polar researchers to the amazing opportunities that are available to help you fund your studies and research. To find out more about the young researcher activities at this conference, visit apecs.is/events/details/265-apecs-research-funding-workshop.
This event was sponsored by Akvaplan-niva and The Norwegian Polar Institute, Center for Ice, Climate and Ecosystems.
More about the presenter:
Paul Renaud, Akvaplaniva, Tromsø, Norway
Paul Renaud studies the role of marine communities in the ecosystem. Working primarily with Arctic seafloor fauna, Paul investigates how community structure, carbon and nutrient cycling, and trophic interactions vary in time and space, the environmental forces leading to this variability, and the management implications of changes in climatic and human pressures in the system. Paul received his graduate degrees from the US and Sweden, and currently is a researcher at Akvaplan-niva in Tromsø (Norway), and holds adjunct faculty positions at the University Centre in Svalbard and the University of Connecticut (USA).