The first CliMathNet conference will be held on 1st-5th July 2013 in Exeter, UK. The conference will include opportunities to find out about outstanding problems in the mathematics of climate sciences and the relation to problems that policymakers have to face. Wednesday afternoon will include a poster session at the Met Office, while Thursday will have a policy theme. Topics include quantifying uncertainty of climate models, comprehensive climate risk analysis, forecasting climate tipping points, improving projections of extreme events and engaging with policy.
Call for Abstracts and Registration
Participants are invited to submit abstracts for talks or posters on related subjects by 19th April 2013. These may be on mathematical or statistical topics that could be of relevance to climate sciences (eg applied analysis, environmental statistics, stochastic differential equations, numerical methods), as well as on applications to climate and weather.
CliMathNet is a network funded by EPSRC that aims to break down barriers between researchers in Mathematics, Statistics and Climate Sciences. For more details, and to register, see http://www.climathnet.org/conference2013/
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