Climate prediction in the 2020s
Climate predictions provide key scientific input into climate policy – and will continue to do so in future years. Professor Tim Palmer, Co-Director of the Programme on Modelling and Predicting Climate, will discuss how scientific and technical advances can be expected to improve our climate predictive capability in the coming years – for example through the application of inexact supercomputers, about which James Martin himself was especially enthusiastic. With projects like the Large Hadron Collider in mind, Tim will also discuss possible changes in the way climate prediction science organises itself internationally. Finally, Tim will address the important question of how to attract more mathematicians and theoretical physicists into the field of climate science.
Date: 3 December 2015, 17:00 (Thursday, 8th week, Michaelmas 2015)
Venue: Lecture Theatre
Speaker: Professor Tim Palmer (Programme on Modelling and Predicting Climate, Oxford Martin School)
Organising department: Oxford Martin School
Organiser: Caroline Corke (University of Oxford, Oxford Martin School)
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Host: Oxford Martin School (University of Oxford)
Part of: Ideas Into Action: 10 years of ground-breaking research
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Audience: Public
Editor: Caroline Corke