Lunch Workshops & Journal Clubs
Mondays, 12:30 - 1:30 PM, Climate and Energy Lunch-and-Learn, Hinds 176
Mondays, 1:30 - 2:30 PM, Climate Science Journal Club, Hinds 451
Tuesdays, 12:30 - 1:30 PM, EPIC lunch (energy and climate economics), Saieh 146
The Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy (SISE) is a two-week intensive workshop and lecture series for students and professionals. Applications are being accepted from now through July 1, 2016. Apply today!
Rossbypalooza is a week-long workshop bringing together graduate students and postdocs from climate science and statistics. The workshop is part lecture series, part hackathon, with students working in small, interdisciplinary teams on a research problem of their choosing. Topics to be covered include monsoons, El Niño, temperature and precipitation extremes, heat waves, spatial-temporal processes, and extreme value analysis.
At a workshop aimed at researchers, students, private and public sector professionals active in energy affairs, hear from the experts at the Physics of Sustainable Energy (PSE-‐IV), being held this year in the Midwest region at the University of Chicago.
A symposium on Pathways to a Clean Environment in China and the US presented by the University of Chicago and Tsinghua University.
AGMIP Workshop on Coordinated Global and Regional Integrated Assessments of Climate Change and Food Security
RDCEP's Joshua Elliott has organized a workshop at the Aspen Global Change Institute for The Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP) in Aspen, Colorado. The workshop will convene 30-40 experts to finalize protocols for a coordinated global and regional assessment of climate change impacts on the agricultural sector.
AgMIP, CESDEV, CGH, PIK, and RDCEP have come together to organize an expert forum this summer titled “African Food Systems in the Information Age”.
The goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas among economists conducting quantitative analysis of global economic issues.
The goal of this Chapman Conference is to bring together scholars, social scientists, and journalists to discuss both the history and recent advances in the understanding of climate science and how to communicate that science to policymakers, the media, and society.
Regulators often face deep uncertainty about the probable effects of different regulatory choices. The conference will bring together people from a wide variety of backgrounds including scientists, economists, decision-theorists, psychologists, and legal academics to address this topic.