News and events

Welcome Event for POMOR X

We are happy to announce that the Welcome Event for the new POMOR group (2021-2023) will take place on October 1, 2021 at 11:00 Moscow time in a blended format:

  • In person at the Institute of Earth Sciences, 33-35, 10ya liniya V.O., room 56, Phoenix
  • Online via Ms Teams. The invitation will be sent separately via e-mail.

You will meet:

  • Director of the Institute of Earth Sciences
  • Program PIs from the Russian and German side
  • Module supervisors
  • Program secretary

We will be very glad to meet you and to learn about your background and why you decided to study Polar and Marine Sciences.

Program coordinator will meet you after October 8, 2021 in the framework of the POMOR Orientation Days 2021. The program of the POMOR Orientation Days 2021 will be announced later.

Your courses start on October 4, 2021. You can check the last updated version here.
Draft sheet (for internal use only) / 15.09.2021

Congratulations to POMOR IX!

We are very happy to congratulate our POMOR graduates 2021 (POMOR IX) on their successful defence of the master theses on September 23-24, 2021. Very well done!

We thank all members of the examination commission, supervisors and reviewers for their contributions!

See you at the POMOR Master Award 2021 on October 25, 2021!

Courses timetable WS 2021/22

The POMOR Courses timetable for the winter semester 2021/22 starting on October 1, 2021 is online. Please check the version for internal use here.

Please check the Electronic timetable here.

A POMOR master thesis published as a paper

We are happy to announce that the master thesis by Dmitrii Pantyukhin (POMOR VIII, graduated in 2019), Mapping Arctic benthic community distribution patterns in relation to environmental drivers, using the model-based multi-species ’Regions of Common Profile’ (RCP) approach, is published as a paper.

Congratulations to Dmitrii!

Dmitrii Pantikhin graduated from POMOR in October 2019. After several a research stays at GEOMAR, Kiel University and AWI, in August 2020 he started his PhD at the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research investigating the distribution of gelatinous plankton in the Arctic Ocean.