The Australia-China Workshop on Optimization was first initiated and organised by Prof. Alex Rubinov in 2004. This workshop series has been successfully held for 5 times in China and Australia and the next one will be held during 28-30 November … Continue reading

## Category Archives: Energy

The Swedish National Committee for Mathematics arranges a free of charge public symposium in Stockholm, November 9th, 2013. The talks, given in Swedish, have titles that can be translated to:”So do numerical models for weather- and climate-forecasts work” , “Even living … Continue reading

## Tom Pfaff’s Sustainability Materials for Mathematics

Materials are available for mathematics courses (mostly Calculus I, Statistics, & Differential Equations) covering a variety of sustainability related topics. Tom Pfaff’s Sustainability Materials Sustainability Math Resources Website

## NASA SpaceMath – Problems in Earth Science

SpaceMath@NASA has created a number of individual math problems for grades 5-12 that feature Earth science themes. This webpage is the archive of these problems – each is given by its title, content, grade level and math skill, and consists … Continue reading

## NASA Remote Sensing Math

With 103 problems designed for middle and high school students, this book covers many topics in remote sensing, satellite imaging, image analysis and interpretation. Examples are culled from NASA earth science and astronomy missions. Students learn about instrument resolution and … Continue reading

## NASA Earth Math

With 46 problems tailored for grades 5-9, students explore the simple mathematics behind global climate change through analyzing graphical data, data from NASA satellites, and by performing simple calculations of carbon usage using home electric bills and national and international … Continue reading

Mathematics of Energy and Climate Change The international conference will have around 10 keynote speakers and 20 thematic sessions with an approximated total of 100 speakers. The keynote speakers are top researchers in mathematics and science whose discoveries had a … Continue reading

We all know something about waves; we’ve seen them in the sea and as ripples on a pond. We know that sound travels to our ears as a wave and that some properties of light can be explained by its … Continue reading

## MCRN Mathematics and Climate Annotated Reading Lists

MCRN Annotated reading lists: Each reading list is designed to provide an introductory guide to one area of climate science through its literature. They can be used for independent study, or as the foundation for upper division and graduate reading courses. … Continue reading

## DIMACS Sustainability Modules for Core Math Classes

Coming Soon: modules on math and sustainability topics, developed with NSF funding at the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) in collaboration with the Mathematics and Climate Research Network. Modules are targeted to core curriculum college mathematics … Continue reading