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Events

ADAC is involved in a variety of events, many of which focus on enhancing operator capabilities in the Arctic region or strive to anticipate needed future policy, strategy and plans. Principally, ADAC focuses its research upon the needs of the United States Coast Guard, while in general addressing safety, security and crisis response in the Arctic region. Workshops, exercises, assessments and a variety of other activities and events are conducted to better understand capability gaps in order to improve the U.S. Coast Guard’s response in the Arctic. Additionally, conferences and activities allow the Center to collaborate and gain additional knowledge that may further apply to advance ADAC’s mission, contribute to improved capabilities of the U.S. Coast Guard and other Department of Homeland Security needs, and to support U.S. interests, and as suitable, America's Security and Defense Allies and Partners.

All ADAC supported and sponsored events are oriented to the community of Arctic-oriented professionals and invited guests and unless specifically announced, are not open for media/reporting activities.

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AMSM 2020

AMSM

Arctic Maritime Oil Spill Modeling

Virtual Workshop

Nov 16th, 23rd, & 30th

This event is conducted in accordance with ADAC’s “Year 6 Work Plan” ADAC conducts quarterly Customer and Partner’s Roundtables.

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Cost: Free
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2020

Arctic Maritime Horizons Workshop

Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage Alaska

Feb 2-4, 2021

This workshop will be an assessment of the future maritime transportation system of the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort sea regions.

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Registration fee for conference (to cover meals and beverages) to follow

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Arctic IoNS 2021

Arctic Air 2021

University of Alaska Anchorage

Spring 2021

Exercise tabletop observers and evaluators collect and record participation insights, assessments and conclusions across the exercise in order to conduct post exercise analysis as part of the DHS S&T UP required Arctic IoNS Rapporteur’s report. This post exercise report will summarize exercise activities as well as assess shortfalls and gaps in science, technology and response capabilities associated with the exercise scenario.

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2020

United States Air Force Arctic Strategy

Perspectives and Insights

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Oct 5, 2020

The Polar Institute and the Arctic Domain Awareness Center are pleased to announce the creation of a new series of programs entitled Arctic Security Dialogues. The Dialogues will address a broad spectrum of security issues to include, but not limited to national security, homeland security, and the many components of civil security.​​​​​​​ United States Department of Air Force Arctic Strategy: Perspectives and Insights is the first program in the Arctic Security Dialogues series.

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2020

ADAC Customer and Partner’s Roundtable

Year 7

Virtual Workshop

Sep 30, 2020

The Center will host its First Program Year 7, Customer and Partner’s Roundtable via webinar on Wednesday, 30 September 2020, with Center update, Project Reviews and associated Customer and Partner Feedback Discussions from 1:00-5:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (9:00 AM-1:00 PM Alaska Daylight Time).

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Meeting

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Meeting number:142 704 4671
Join by phone +1-408-418-9388 United States Toll

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2020

ACCUSARS

Advancing Collaboration in Canada-U.S. Arctic Regional Security

Invitational Virtual Workshop

Sep 17-18, 2020

Building upon a June 2017 workshop on Security in the Arctic Borderlands Region, the North American Marine and Environmental Security Workshop hosted by ADAC in September 2018, and the Arctic Command Arctic Symposium held in November 2019 in Fairbanks, NAADSN and ADAC are pleased to co-host a follow-on workshop to focus on specific initiatives that will improve understanding and enhance collaboration between Canada-US Arctic security professionals.

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2020

ADAC Customer and Partner’s Roundtable

Conducted Virtually by Cisco Webex

June 25, 2020

The Center will host its Final Program Year 6, Customer and Partner’s Roundtable via webinar.

To view a recording of the event, please use the link below:

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2020

Annual Meeting

Year 6

Conducted Virtually by Cisco Webex

May 14, 2020

Due to the recent quarantine, ADAC's Annual Meeting will be held online.

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Documents, Web Pages, and Videos for the meeting.

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2019

AAS19 Arctic Symposium

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Nov 13-15, 2019

The principal outcome sought in AAS19 is to improve understanding of the challenges in the complicated risk environment that describes the new circumpolar north. Symposium planners seek AAS19 to create thoughtful discussions in order to gain needed solutions to address and potentially reduce the associated defense and security risks.

To register, please use the registration link below. All those in attendance will be expected to pay $225 upon arrival at the workshop to cover meals, snacks, and beverages.

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