UK Arctic Science Conference Programme The 2019 UK Arctic Science Conference will be hosted by Loughborough University with financial and administrative support from the NERC Arctic Office. This three day conference brings together UK Arctic scientists from all natural and social science disciplines to present and discuss recent findings.

Photo credit: ATSC 2016

Venue: West Park Teaching Hub, Loughborough University

Dates: From 1230 on the 11th September to 1300 on the 13th September 2019

UK Arctic Science Conference Programme (uploaded 10/09/19) is now available for download. PLease note, the programme may be subject to change at short notice.

If you would like to attend but have note yet registered, please email Nicola Munro in the first instance.

Side Meetings:

Wednesday 11th September from 0845 to 1230: The UK Polar Network will host a workshop on ‘Writing Successful Proposals: a guide for ECRs‘.  A lunch will be provided on the 11th with an optional evening networking session on the 10th September. A link to registration and further details can be found here:

Registration deadline is 8th August.

There are smaller rooms available for side meetings – please contact Joanna Bullard/Richard Hodgkins if you have any immediate questions regarding a side event.


To book accommodation,  you can either call 01509 633 030 or email and quote event reference 306817 to get the rates below:

Burleigh Court £108.00 inc VAT bed and breakfast (, on campus and close to conference venue)

Burleigh Court Lodge £74.40 inc VAT bed and breakfast (, on campus and close to conference venue)

Link Hotel £82.80 inc VAT bed and breakfast (, adjacent to campus but close to conference venue)

Standard Student accommodation £42.00 inc VAT bed and breakfast

Further information about how to get to Loughborough University can be found here:

Posters: There will be a large exhibition space for accepted posters. If you wish to have a table in this space, please contact Richard Hodgkins for further information.

Twitter: Please use #ArcticConf2019


Richard Hodgkins, Loughborough University

Joanna Bullard, Loughborough University

Nicola Munro, NERC Arctic Office