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  imc2022@uibk.ac.at
Corona-Status: On-Site
International Mountain Conference
September 11 – 15 2022
UPDATES I
NEWS KEY-DATES APPLICATION S4SSS CONTACT ABOUT
OVERVIEW TIMINGS
   
Call for Focus Sessions Call for Abstracts Registration IMC2022
Oct. 4 – Nov. 19
2021
Jan. 3 – Feb. 14
2022
Mar. 14 – May 13
2022
Sep. 11 – Sep. 15
2022
IMC2022 UPDATES
Time for the next IMC
In approx. 1 year, IMC2022 will take place in Innsbruck! The Scientific Committee has already started with the preparatory work. The conference concept is again addressing all kinds of mountain research and will provide flexible session formats and an inspiring venue to stimulate interaction among disciplines and participants. Call for focus session proposals will open October 4 2021. 

  Preparation of S4SSS 2022 started 
Preparation work for the student for student summer school (S4SSS) 2022 in the forefield of IMC2022 have meanwhile started. The summer school aims at providing PhD students enhanced possibilities for networking was well as discussing their research with peers and professors. Check-out the details at imc2022.info/summerschool.

  It’s sunny only most of the time
Agreed. It’s not always sunny in Innsbruck but it is most of the time, especially when remembering the outdoor poster exhibition at IMC2019! Looking back, it now seems fortunate that IMC2019 took place, enabling personal exchange and interaction among 500+ participants and yielding useful experiences for developing IMC further.
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Funny Facts
Communicating with locals!
There is not the one and only Tyrolean dialect but some words are commonly used and understood. We start here with a series of words you could use @IMC2022 😉

Greetings  
Grias-di, Grias-enk, Griaß-eich     Hi, Welcome (single and plural)
Pfiat-di, Pfiat-enk, Pfiat-eich     Good Bye, See you (single and plural)
Wiederschaun, Pfiat-Gott     Good By (more formal)
for the right spelling visit “Tirolerisch für Anfänger”
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