The course was arranged by the UArctic Thematic Network on Sustainable Production and Foraging of Natural Products in the North and partly lectured by the TN on Arthropods of the Tundra / NeAT.

The core contributions from the PhD course and the associated workshop will be combined to a Special Issue of the international journal Arthropod-Plant Interactions and published in 2018.

The teachers and speakers of this years course includes: 

  • Dmitry Musolin, Russia
  • Toke Höye, Denmark
  • Paul Becher, Sweden
  • Santosh Revadi, Sweden
  • Panu Välimäki, Finland
  • Aurelie Ferrer, France
  • Gudmundur Halldorson, Iceland
  • Heli Viiri, Finland
  • Ingeborg Menzler-Hokkanen, Finland
  • Heikki Hokkanen, Finland

Another PhD course on Arctic Entomology Under Climate Change is currently being planned next year as a joint collaboration between the Nordic Forestry, Veterinary and Agricultural (NOVA) University Network, the UArctic Thematic Network on Sustainable Foraging of Natural Products in the North, and the TN on Arthropods of the Tundra / NeAT, and is to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland.