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Videos

Through these small videos, we hope to give you a taste of what it is like to work and live at the Princess Elisabeth Station. We tried to cover a broad range of topics and uploaded parts of our archives to do so. We hope you'll like it.

  • Interview: Alexander Mangold

    in Science

    Interview: Alexander Mangold

    After his first research trip at the Princess Elisabeth Station, two years ago, Alexander Mangold, of the Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, is returning to Antarctica this year to install…

  • Interview: Vinciane Debaille

    in Science

    Interview: Vinciane Debaille

    Vinciane Debaille is a Research Associate at the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique (FNRS). This year, she will head to Antarctica to head the SAMBA project with her colleague…

  • Interview: Sanne Bosteels

    in Logistics

    Interview: Sanne Bosteels

    Sanne Bosteels is a field guide at the Belgian Army. As the only field guide to be sent south for the 2010-2011 season, he will be responsible for the safety…

  • Interview: Jean-Louis Tison

    in Science

    Interview: Jean-Louis Tison

    Jean- Louis Tison is a Glaciologist, and the Co-director of the Glaciological Laboratory of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (Université Libre de Bruxelles). This season will be…

  • Interview: Frank Pattyn

    in Science

    Interview: Frank Pattyn

    Frank Pattyn is a Glaciologist and Ice Sheet Modeler at the Glaciological Laboratory of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (Université Libre de Bruxelles). Travelling to Antarctica for…

  • The Return of the JARE 51 Team at Utsteinen

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    The Return of the JARE 51 Team at Utsteinen

    Having returned from their field campaign in the Sør Rondanes, the team of the Japanese JARE 51 expedition, along with Steven Goderis from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, is able…

  • Polar Science at the Princess Elisabeth Station

    in Science

    Polar Science at the Princess Elisabeth Station

    Far more than a mere symbol of Belgium's return to Antarctica, the Princess Elisabeth Station is first and foremost an Antarctic research station. As such, it welcomes scientists from everywhere…

  • Team Change at Utsteinen

    in Daily Life

    Team Change at Utsteinen

    As the Lidia (from ALCI) lands at Utsteinen, it brings a new group of visitors to the Princess Elisabeth Station. Among the newcomers are Johan Berte, the new kitchen crew,…