Workshops on Extremal Trends in Weather (WET Weather)
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Join us in 2019 and 2020 for two Workshops on Extremal Trends in Weather (WET Weather) to discuss the suitability of data and methods for a better understanding of rare and hazardous events in a warming climate.
The most hazardous weather events are by nature rare and one of the greatest challenges for climate researchers is the societal request for information about changes to the frequency and magnitudes of extreme events and consequential risks to communities and the environment in decades to come.
In view of the release of the 2018 UK climate projections (the UKCP18), our first workshop, held in Gregynog from 29 April to 1 May 2019, will provide a forum for discussing the suitability of data and methods to answer questions around future extreme events.
A second workshop will be organised in 2020.
- Simon Brown (Lead Scientist and Climate Extremes Research Manager at the UK Met Office)
- Hayley Fowler (Professor of Climate Change Impacts, Newcastle University)
- Philippe Naveau (Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, FR)
- David Stephenson (Director of the Exeter Climate Systems (XCS) research centre)
- Jonathan Tawn (Director of STOR-i, Lancaster, UK)
- Chen Zhou (Erasmus University of Rotterdam/De Nederlandsche Bank)
- Gabriele Hegerl (Professor of Climate System Science, University of Edinburgh)
- Douglas Maraun (Head of Regional Climate Modelling Group, Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change, Graz, AT)
- Claudia Neves (Lecturer in Theoretical Probability/Statistics, University of Reading, EPSCR Innovation Fellowship in Forecasting Multiple Hazards)
- Holger Rootzen (Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, University of Gothenburg)
- Thordis Thorarinsdottir (Chief Research Scientist, Norwegian Computing Center)
Register on Eventbrite to attend the 2019 workshop.
The registration fee of £190 for the 2019 event covers the accommodation for two nights at Gregynog and all meals during the event. We have a limited amount of funding available to support early career researchers. Please email to Kirstin Strokorb at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require support.
Building a shared understanding of the challenges at hand, elucidating opportunities and fostering working relationships is a major goal of this workshop series.
To facilitate the learning and reflection, we will hold our workshops in the heart of the beautiful Welsh countryside at Gregynog, away from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Via public transport
The closest airport is Birmingham International. There are regular trains from Birmingham International and other UK cities to Newtown (Wales). More information available on the Great Western Railway website. Ahead of the meeting, we will enquire about your arrival time at the station so that we can arrange to pick you up from there.
Instructions are available on Gregynog's website.