Join Computation Institute and Center for Research Informatics researchers for lunch November 1st and hear about opportunities for student research projects at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory.
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
In this talk, Yan Feng will first illustrate an estimation of the masking effect of atmospheric aerosols on the greenhouse gases warming based on the IPCC best estimates of aerosol forcing, and discuss several physical and computational challenges in modeling aerosols and their interactions with clouds and other components in climate models in comparisons with observations.
In this presentation, an overview will be given of how regional resiliency can be assessed with some results given from a real world example.
AgMIP, CESDEV, CGH, PIK, and RDCEP have come together to organize an expert forum this summer titled “African Food Systems in the Information Age”.
For six intensive weeks, local high school students have been closely studying the Woodlawn neighborhood.
The goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas among economists conducting quantitative analysis of global economic issues.
In this presentation Umakant Mishra will provide several examples of using environmental variables and geospatial modeling to predict the land use and climate change impacts on soil organic carbon (SOC) at regional scales
This presentation will provide an overview of a reduced-order building energy model, based on International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards, that allows users to incorporate both stochastic variation and input parameter uncertainty into predictions of both long-term energy use and peak demand.
This session discusses common statistical themes across these major scientific problems and innovations developed to address these challenges.
We will be discussing Michael Glotter's paper, A Simple Carbon Cycle Representation for Economic and Policy Analyses.