Call for Abstracts – CRRC Days 2021

Call for Abstracts

34th Annual Cold Regions Research Centre Days


Cold Regions Research Centre Days (CRRC Days) is an early-career researcher conference highlighting the latest in cold regions research from northern researchers at any stage of their studies. We will be featuring presentations by undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral researchers associated with the CRRC in addition to several keynote speakers throughout the two-day event.

When & Where?

November 25-26, 2021, Zoom Meeting – registration link:

Who can participate?

Presentations are reserved for student researchers and post-doctoral researchers affiliated with the CRRC  based at a Canadian university. We are looking for talks from a variety of disciplines doing northern research from natural science, social science, and Indigenous perspectives. If you are unsure if you are eligible to participate please email to inquire. If you would like to participate but not present (i.e., Faculty researchers), please register for the zoom event at the meeting above.

How to participate?

There are two ways to participate in CRRC Days. You can do a paper presentation which is a 15-minute presentation of your research, or a lightning round talk, which is a 3-minute synopsis similar to the three minute thesis. For both types of presentation, you are required to submit an abstract (up to 250 words) when you register for the conference. The deadline for submission of abstracts is November 8, 2021. You will receive confirmation on your participation type/acceptance on November 19th, 2021.

What to do next?

Go to this registration link to register and submit your 250-word abstract.


26 October 2021

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