The International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans (IAPSO) Early Career Scientists network is open to anyone that self identifies as an early career scientist in physical or chemical sciences of the oceans. Join here.

We are a community that provides networking opportunities, mentoring, conference activities and easy access to information about jobs, field work opportunities, workshops and more. We actively develop and promote initiatives that increase diversity and inclusivity within the ocean sciences. Recent updates from the IAPSO ECS network are published in our newsletter.

Important Updates

GO-SHIP cruise opportunity

US GO-SHIP is looking for students and early career scientists/technicians to participate in a summer 2023 hydrographic expedition occupying the 32S line in the Indian Ocean aboard the R/V Revelle.

The ship will depart from Fremantle Australia in late July. After 55 days of at-sea hydrographic operations, it will arrive Cape Town South Africa in mid-September.

There are 6 positions available. Please find more information about this opportunity including the positions available and how to apply in the full advertisement here.

Deadline for applications is: February 21, 2023 (or until filled)

IUGG 2023

Abstract submission for IUGG 2023 in Berlin, 11-20 July 2023, is now open and closes on 14 February 2023. Please consider submitting an abstract here. IAPSO sessions will last from 12-17 July 2023. Stay tuned for updates, such as Early Career Scientists events.

Manifesto for Early Career Researchers

The Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) published a manifesto for Early Career Researchers to call for broad and robust support to early career investigators and scholars in times of uncertainty.

Joint ECS efforts are critical to furthering our understanding of the oceans

Early career scientist networks are rapidly growing, help you to contribute to the community, and help to further our understanding of the ocean. Check out this new EGU blog post by IAPSO ECS committee member Arvind Singh to read more about the importances of ECS networks in our community.