We are pleased to present our MPE Wednesday Seminar Series for term 1 of the Academic Year 2016/17. 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 Juan M. Restrepo from Department of Mathematics, Oregon State University, on Wednesday, 12 October at Imperial College London. Prof Restrepo will be speaking on “ How can you tell whether it is warming up?”.
MPE Wednesday – Programme for Term 1
|12||ICL||Prof Juan Restrepo||Oregon State University||How can you tell whether it is warming up?|
|26||UoR||Prof Irene Moroz||Mathematical Institute
University of Oxford
|Chaos in an NPPZ Plankton Model|
|2||ICL||Prof Heather Graven||Imperial College London||The Carbon Cycle in a Changing Climate|
|9||UoR||Prof Nick Gould, Prof Tyrone Rees and Prof Jennifer Scott||Joint DARC seminar (G74) with|
|16||UoR||Prof Tim Palmer||University of Oxford Department of Physics|
|23||ICL||Prof Daniel Rothman||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Earth System Dynamics and Mass Extinctions|
|30||UoR||Prof Jason Frank||Utrecht University||A tangent space splitting method for data assimilation: shadowing and synchronization|
|7||ICL||Prof Bernard Geurts||University of Twente||Can mathematical regularization accurately represent small-scale turbulence?|