Webinar on the occasion of the scientific research campaign in the Arctic conducted by the research vessel ITS Alliance
Italian research in the Arctic – Conclusion of the High North21 campaign
The Italian Navy launched in 2017 a multiyear Research Program in the Arctic, named HIGH NORTH. A three-years activity (2020-2022) is in progress to further deepen the knowledge of the Arctic ocean, consolidating and further developing scientific research.
The purpose of HIGH NORTH21 scientific cruise is also to perform a 3D-mapping from the satellite (in cooperation with e-Geos) to the seabed of the Arctic Ocean.
When:Sunday 11 July 2021 – at 14:00 (POSTPONED due to technical problems)
Organizers: Italian Navy Hydrographic Institute and Embassy of Italy in Oslo
- Alberto Colella, Ambassador of Italy to Norway
- Carmine Robustelli, Italian Arctic Ambassador
Roberta Ivaldi, scientific coordinator of the campaign, Italian Navy Hydrographic Institute
Maurizio Demarte, Logistic Expedition Chief of the High North program
Kim Holmén, International Director, Norwegian Polar Institute
Kenneth Ruud, Prorector of Research, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway
Closing remarks: Massimiliano Nannini, Rear Admiral, Italian Navy Hydrographic Institute