2022 SIRG Workshop postponed
UPDATE (14/11/2022): The 2022 SIRG workshop was postponed due to the change to red settings under the national covid protection framework. Our new dates are February 9 – 11 2023. Those of you who had previously registered for SIRG2022 do not need to do anything. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
Where: Coronet Peak, Queenstown, New Zealand. Workshop sessions will be held in the Coronet Peak Ski Area base building, with accommodation available on site at the Otago Ski Club’s Joel Lodge. Coronet Peak is a 25 minute drive from Queenstown Airport. Note that there is no regular public transport to Coronet peak during summer months – if you require transport from the airport to Coronet Peak please let the organising team know and we will do our best to coordinate ride sharing.
When: February 9 – 11, 2023. Presentation sessions will run over the afternoon of February 9 and all day of February 10. The workshop will conclude with a field trip on Saturday February 11, more information about the field trip is available here.
Who: SIRG 2023 is open to all researchers with an interest in snow and ice. We particularly encourage students to attend and tell us all about their work!
What: We welcome presentations on all aspects of research related to the cryosphere, including but not limited to: seasonal snow, glaciology, snow and glacier hydrology, glacial geomorphology, and sea ice, in Aotearoa New Zealand, Antarctica, and further afield.
While the New Zealand COVID-19 Protection Framework has come to an end, we will continue to monitor any developments to ensure that SIRG 2023 can operate in a way that is safe and comfortable for attendees. Mask wearing is welcome at SIRG 2023. For more information please see https://covid19.govt.nz/.
Registration is now open and closes on January 20, 2023. The registration page is accessible here. For 2023, registration fees are:
- Non-student: $150
- Student (presenting): $0
- Student (non-presenting): $50
Registration fees include accommodation (for the nights of February 9 and 10), meals for the duration of the workshop and the field trip. We acknowledge the generous support of NIWA, Antarctica New Zealand and Coronet Peak which has allowed us to keep registration costs to a minimum.
Accommodation in the Otago Ski Club’s Joel Lodge, for the nights of February 9 and 10, is included in the cost of registration. This is shared bunk room style accommodation, so please bring a sleeping bag and pillow! There are several room configurations available, please indicate any preferences when registering and we will do our best to accommodate these. Please note that camping is not permitted on the Coronet Peak Recreation Reserve.
We are looking forward to seeing you in February 2023!
If you have any questions or require any further information in the meantime, please reach out to the organising team via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The 2022/2023 SIRG organising team.