We are pleased to present our MPE Wednesday Seminar Series for term 1 of the Academic Year 2017/18. This series will be given by climate and weather scientists, industrial partners and mathematicians who will present an overview of their current research activity and how it’s shaping and contributing to tackle global challenges in oceans, weather and climate.
The inaugural lecture will be delivered by Prof Hans Engler from Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Georgetown University, on Wednesday, 11 October at Imperial College London.
|11||ICL||Hans Engler||Georgetown University||Student Projects on Mathematics of Planet Earth|
|1||ICL||Apostolos Voulgarakis||Department of Physics, Imperial College London||Bridging gaps in environmental change studies: ozone depletion, air pollution and climate change|
|8||UoR||Laurens de Haan||Erasmus University||On the maximum possible life span of humans. Did it change?|
|15||ICL||Serge Guillas||UCL|| Uncertainty Quantification of complex computer models.
Applications to environmental and hazard models.
|22||UoR||Peter Deuben||ECMWF||To reduce numerical precision to achieve higher accuracy in weather and climate modelling|
|29||ICL||Etienne Mémin||University of Rennes||Stochastic representation of fluid flow dynamics|
|6||UoR||Gavin Esler||UCL||Noise-induced vortex-splitting stratospheric sudden warmings|