We are delighted to announce our MPE Wednesday Seminar Series for term 1 of the Academic Year 2015/16. 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 Chris Jones on Wednesday, 7 October. Professor Jones will be speaking on “Where does the Maths come into Climate Science?”.
MPE Wednesday – Programme for Term 1
|7 October||15.30||Imperial College London||Prof Chris Jones (University of North Carolina)||Where does the Maths come into Climate Science?|
|14 October||15.30||University of Reading||Prof Pavel Berloff (Imperial College London)||Conundrum of Eddies in the Ocean: Multiple Jets, Waves and Vortices|
|21 October||15.30||University of Reading||Mo Rezvani||The future trends in the energy industry|
|28 October||15.30||Imperial College London||Prof Peter Jan Van Leeuwen (University of Reading)||Nonlinear Data Assimilation in very high dimensional systems|
|4 November||15.30||Imperial College London||Prof Marie Farge (Ecole Normale Superieure)||Wavelet-based methods to analyse, compress and compute turbulent flows|
|11 November||13.30||University of Reading||Prof Jose Carillo (Imperial College London)||Particle methods based on gradient flow structures|
|18 November||15.30||Imperial College London||Prof Vladimir Zeitlin (Université P. et M. Curie/Ecole Normale Superieure)||Understanding atmosphere and ocean dynamics with rotating shallow water models|
|25 November||15.30||Imperial College London||Dr Nigel Wood (Met Office)||GungHo! Designing a dynamical core for the next generation of supercomputers|
|2 December||15.30||University of Reading||Prof Sue Grimmond (University of Reading)||Urban Meteorology: Data Assimilation a new frontier|
|9 December||15.30||University of Reading||Prof Sebastian Van Strien (Imperial College London)|
|16 December||15.30||Imperial College London||Dr Richard Everitt (University of Reading)||An overview of noisy MCMC and SMC|