Ö GSL says hello to you in the pre-Christmas season and in the hopefully soon returning winter (Innsbruck, 15 °C) with the fourth ÖGSL Newsletter.
January 7th, 2020: schnÖGSLn
The schnÖGSLn takes place from 6:30 pm in the Treibhaus in Innsbruck. Under the appropriate title – winter is coming – we will cover topics such as “My avalanche accident” and “fire and ice – how hot is snow?
Speakers are: Peter Plattner, Walter Würtl, JT Fischer and Christoph Mitterer.
Entrance fee: 5 Euro voluntary donation, ÖGSL members do not have to donate.
Admission is from 6:30 pm, starting at 7 pm.
January 13th 2020: snow.semmelnar
The 5th schnee.semmelnar takes place. Rainer Prinz from ACINN will probably tell us something about glaciers or surprise us with another exciting topic.
January 13, 2020: ÖGSL-YSP submission
Extended deadline for ÖGSL-YSP submission – more details see below!
May 9th, 2020: Save the date
Annual Spring Meeting (ASM) or Annual General Meeting of the ÖGSL
Since the summer a few things have changed and the first steps towards open data have been taken. We were able to put the schnee.semmelnar contributions online and you can (again) view them here:
In addition, a cooperation agreement was concluded with the American Avalanche Association (AAA) to define future standards for an upcoming ÖGSL-internal “technical snow skill” course.
ISSW 2020 – ÖGSL Young Snow Professional (YS) Award
January, 13th, 2020 deadline for YSP contributions by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org ( 350 words for abstract and title, indication of authors and institution/company where the work was done)
February 3, 2020 the best YSP contributions will be invited to a short lecture in February-semmelnar
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