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14th June 2016
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CliMathNet E-Seminar: Raymond Pierrehumbert | Funding Call: Maths Foresees Network | PEN-ESS Workshop | Subscription Details

CliMathNet E-Seminar: Raymond Pierrehumbert (Back to Top)

Thursday 16 June, 16:00 – 17:00. Online via WebEx

Speaker: Professor Raymond Pierrehumbert, Oxford University.

Title: Climate bifurcations large and small

How to view this seminar:

This e-seminar will be delivered live using the web videoconferencing service WebEx. Please note that you will need a reasonable broadband service and microphone/speakers to receive and participate in the seminar.

Joining Instructions:

In order to receive the e-seminar please use the link provided below. If you have not used WebEx before, please ensure that you sign into the event at 15.45 at the earliest, ready for a 16.00 start. This will allow ample time to download the software required to support the programme.

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Funding Call: Maths Foresees Network (Back to Top)

Deadline: Monday 15th August 2016

The EPSRC Living with Environmental Change Maths Foresees Network is inviting proposals for feasibility studies, outreach projects and focused mathematics workshops.

• Feasibility studies (up to £25,000) to rethink the approach to the analysis of extreme weather events and quantify uncertainty.
• Outreach projects (up to £10,000) to promote the mathematical modelling of environmental hazards among the wider UK community.
• Two-day focused mathematics workshops (up to £3,750) to forge collaborations between the applied mathematical sciences and environmental change communities, and rethink the approach to the analysis of extreme weather events.

The deadline for proposals is Monday 15th August 2016 with decisions announced at the Maths Foresees general assembly on Wednesday 7th September. Further details can be found here. Please contact Tiffany Aslam ([log in to unmask]) for the relevant application form(s).


PEN-ESS Workshop (Back to Top)

24 - 26 August 2016. Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, U.K

The Past Earth Network - Environmental Section of the Royal Statistical Society Workshop: “Assessing Paleoclimate Uncertainty”, aims to bring together statisticians and palaeoclimate scientists to discuss how we can make progress on past climate related problems.

The workshop is run jointly by the two PEN working groups; Models and Data-Model Comparisons. The aim is to develop collaborative projects between the different communities.

For more information and to Sign up for the workshop visit the homepage at


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