Why You Should Attend!

Join us at RCOP & ICRRE to participate in the latest and greatest permafrost science, technology and engineering! With rapidly changing conditions in the Arctic and global permafrost regions, it is more important than ever that we foster and strengthen ties between applied and research practitioners across permafrost and cold regions engineering disciplines and communities.

Our virtual meeting is designed to maximize inter-personal interaction between participants, and explore opportunities to bridge topics spanning permafrost engineering, ecosystem, biogeochemistry, hydrology, climate impacts and feedbacks and more. RCOP & ICRRE organizers and session chairs are committed to fully engage participants in stimulating plenary and topical session discussions, and to showcase presentations by early career, Arctic Indigenous, and other minority and underrepresented permafrost researchers.

Browse and chat with exhibitors, meet-up with colleagues and friends in social rooms, or head to the poster hall to interact one-on-one with your peers. RCOP & ICRRE is the place to be to share, learn, explore, and advance the science and technical solutions required to meet the challenges of our rapidly changing permafrost landscapes. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Conference Venue

The virtual RCOP & ICCRE conference will use the latest technology to provide a realistic conference environment to promote communication and collaboration. We will provide more information regarding our virtual platform and its capabilities soon. Stay tuned!

Continuing Education Credits

Earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs). 

Conference Publications

We received over 30 proceedings papers which each received at least two peer reviews and will be published as an ASCE Conference Proceedings. We thank the authors for their efforts and contributions! 

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